Mesut Ozil posts photo with Niall Horan on Instagram after Arsenal win

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Mesut Ozil celebrated another impressive performance for Arsenal on Saturday by partying with Niall Horan from One Direction.

The German playmaker, who earned rave reviews from pundits and fans alike after the 2-1 win over Everton at the weekend, posted a photo of himself and the 1D star on Instagram.

Unsurprisingly, the post has racked up some pretty impressive numbers - over 180,000 likes and more than 6500 comments - although some fans might feel a little embarrassed.


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Ozil registered his seventh assist of the campaign against the Toffees on Saturday, which means the 27-year-old has already set up more league goals this term than he managed throughout the whole of last season.

The former Real Madrid star, who cost Arsenal £42.5 million in the summer of 2013, is looking his most confident since joining the Gunners - and it’s showing in his performances.

Mesut Ozil should be scoring more goals

However, given the immense talent he possesses, Ozil ought to be scoring more goals for the north London outfit.

So far this term, he has scored one Premier League goal - in the 3-0 win over Manchester United earlier this month - which isn’t good enough for a player of his calibre.

Some Arsenal fans would argue that Ozil prefers to provide goals, rather than score them, but it’s vital that the World Cup winner chips in with his own decent tally every season.

There’s no doubt that Ozil is playing well at the minute, but fans would be even happier if Ozil started hitting the back of the net on a more regular basis.

He’s more than capable of doing just that, after all.

Arsenal fans: how many goals should Mesut Ozil be scoring every season? Have your say by leaving a comment in the box below!

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