Mesut Ozil praised by Ian Wright after new tweet

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Arsenal legend Ian Wright has taken to Twitter to hail playmaker Mesut Ozil after noticing yet another fascinating statistic about the German international. 

According to Arsenal Fan TV, the former Real Madrid man is just 11 assists away from equaling Theirry Henry's Premier League record of 20 in one season. 

Ozil has nine assists and still has as many as 27 games to achieve Henry's incredible heights. 


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The classy midfielder was at his sublime best against Swansea City as the Gunners cruised to a 3-0 win at the Liberty stadium on Saturday.

Ozil created two of Arsenal's goals and played a key role in the other as the Gunners kept the pressure firmly on Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table. 

One thing is for sure, former striker Wright is certainly a fan of Ozil as, following the tweet from Arsenal Fan TV, he tweeted: "What!😱. Let's face it, the Mes I awesome. 😍"

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Magic man

Ozil really is coming to prominence in north London. Throughout his stint on English soil, his influence on proceedings has often been questioned by critics, but he's starting to perform on a consistent basis for the club. 

With the Gunners on course to maintain a serious title challenge this term, there's no reason why Ozil won't prove to be the club's talisman. Another 11 assists or so will certainly please his supporters. 

Arsenal fans: Can Ozil inspire your side to the title? Have your say below! 

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