Arsenal fans wax lyrical about Mesut Ozil after win over Manchester City

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Arsenal ensured they will be second - hot on the heels of Leicester City - after a home win against Manchester City on Monday night.

Theo Walcott put the Gunners ahead with a brilliant finish before Olivier Giroud doubled but it proved to be the Mesut Ozil show as he provided two assists to take his tally to 15.

Yaya Toure ensured a nervy finish for Arsene Wenger and his side thanks to a delightful finish from just outside the box with eight minutes remaining.


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But the north London club were able to resist City's onslaught in the final moments and showed their title credentials with a win against one of their main competitors. 

It means Arsenal are now four points ahead of the Etihad outfit heading towards Boxing Day and it was just another reason for supporters to, maybe, start believing it was finally going to be their year. 

And supporters were quick to show their delight on Twitter.

It was a vital win for the Gunners as they look to end their long-overdue wait for Premier League success.

However, Manchester City were missing Vincent Kompany, and we all know how important the Belgian is to them.

Despite putting in an impressive performance, there is still the impression that they need some additions in January to maintain their charge to the title. 

Francis Coquelin's absence has not hurt Arsenal as much as some may have expected, but one or two additions in midfield most certainly would not go amiss. 

Do Arsenal need signings if they are going to win the title? Leave your comment below

Thierry Henry
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