Mesut Ozil produces new chewing gum trick for Adidas advert.

Mesut Ozil produces new chewing gum trick for Adidas advert

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Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil has taken his chewing gum skills to a whole new level.

We already knew the Germany international could spit his gum out and kick it back into his mouth at the first attempt - but that trick pales in comparison to his latest effort.

Ozil, advertising a new set of laceless Ace 16+ Purecontrol boots for Adidas, spits out his gum and takes three touches before volleying it into the camera. He then takes it off and starts chewing it again - which is actually pretty gross, to be fair. (Scroll down this page to see the video).


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It’s fair to assume the video has been edited to make Ozil look more skillful than he actually is.

While there’s no reason to doubt he did the keepy-uppies, you’d have to be pretty gullible to believe that the piece of gum actually stuck to the camera. But it’s a cool advert, nevertheless.

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Video: Ozil's latest chewing gum trick

Ozil: PFA Player of the Year contender

Ozil has been in majestic form for Arsenal this season and is the current favourite to win the PFA’s Premier League Player of the Year award.

The former Real Madrid star struggled during his first two seasons at the Emirates Stadium but has found his form and is finally beginning to repay the £42.5 million fee Arsenal paid for his services in the summer of 2013.

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