Several Arsenal fans took to social media to bash one of the players who featured in the Gunners’ attack in the loss away to Everton on Sunday afternoon.
Unai Emery knew his side had to avoid a defeat at least in order to return to third place in Premier League table after watching bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur beat Crystal Palace 2-0 at home on Wednesday to open their new stadium.
The Arsenal manager decided not to make too many changes to the team which started in the clash against Newcastle United last Monday.
Mesut Ozil was the player who received the most praises after that win over the Magpies at the Emirates stadium as the Gunners returned from the international break with a win.
The former Real Madrid star kept his place in the starting eleven on Sunday afternoon as Arsenal faced the Toffees.
However, after being substituted in the second half of the game, Ozil was bashed for his display at Everton.
Ozil offered nothing, was lethargic and needs to sold in the summer
— fretcoq (@JekCynical) April 7, 2019
ozil 's shit show yesterday just emphasizes the reason why emery chooses not to play him in tough away games. Man was lost out there
— BIG BEN (@merengue4) April 8, 2019
Where was Ozil today?? Against small teams he turns up but when it gets tough he’s nowhere to be seen #EVEARS
— Khurram (@Khurram__n) April 7, 2019
Ozil should be sold this summer. Might be harsh but you just can't have a player worth 350k a week creative no 10 who goes missing in away games.
— Govind S Rao (@govind_srao) April 8, 2019
I am going to wrap up this Messut Ozil debate once and for all he is way past it his prime is long gone his level is no longer at the top his legs has gone his next move is MLS once your legs go you can't do nothing about your decline happens to every player regardless
— NP (@NickPowch1995) April 8, 2019
Giving Ozil 350k a week (reported) when he cannot perform away from home. Signing a 35 year old right back to come from one of the slowest paced leagues to one of it not the fastest leagues (who sanctioned it). Letting your best midfielder walk out the door for nothing? Poor 2/2
— Sam.sports (@Samsports094) April 7, 2019