Mesut Ozil has not escaped criticism from the public following Arsenal’s underwhelming result at Everton.
The Gunners suffered only their third defeat in all competitions this season and their first loss in the Premier League since August as goals from Seamus Coleman and Ashley Williams completed an unlikely turnaround for Ronald Koeman’s out-of-form side.
It was certainly a night to forget for most of the players representing Arsenal as key star Mesut Ozil failed to help rescue Arsene Wenger’s men from defeat.
Thus, Sky Sports pundit Tony Gale insists the German international’s attitude does not match that of his colleague Alexis Sanchez.
“That’s the question that needs to be answered. Are they different or are the same old Arsenal from previous years?” Gail said on Tuesday
“Ozil wasn’t in the game tonight. Sanchez wasn’t at his best, but is always a trier. When Ozil isn’t in the game, does he get about and make it happen for Arsenal? No he doesn’t?
“I know he is a quality player, but sometimes I think that attitude reflects on the other players and they just stroll through a game.
“They thought it was going to be a game they were going to cruise tonight, but Everton got among them, made it difficult and in the end they deserved the victory.”