Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil was at it again on Saturday evening, as he came up with yet another assist in Germany’s 3-0 win over Czech Republic in Hamburg.
He laid on Thomas Muller’s first of two on the night, as they made it two wins from two in Group C of the European World Cup Qualifiers, and in doing so has assisted 35 goals for his country – more than anyone else since his 2009 debut.
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Last season saw the 27-year-old top the Premier League charts with 19 assists, although so far this campaign he isn’t off the mark in his six league appearances.
That is something which will have frustrated Fantasy Football managers up and down the country although he has popped up with two goals, the last of which came in their impressive 3-0 victory over rivals Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium.
Gunners fans will be hoping he can continue his great form upon his return from international duty, as they host Swansea City this Saturdau in Bob Bradley’s first game in charge since taking over from Francesco Guidolin.
If he can pick up where he left off then his first assist of the league campaign should be right around the corner.