Published: Tue, March 12, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Mesut Ozil Savagely Trolls Manchester United Star After Arsenal's Crucial Win

Mesut Ozil Savagely Trolls Manchester United Star After Arsenal's Crucial Win

It is alleged that he confronted the United defender as he ran across the pitch while Arsenal celebrated their second goal in the 2-0 win, and he has been charged with common assault having entered the field of play.

Superb performance! Brilliant result!

The defence again looked like a cohesive unit and they looked like they were playing with a little bit of confidence knowing that they have Bernd Leno in excellent form behind them, Ainsley Maitland-Niles particularly impressed at right-wing back considering he was out of position and he was my man of the match.

"Spurs lose, we lose, Chelsea draw, it's going to be down to the wire, the last few games definitely", added Solskjaer. "We are in the top four and the other teams now wait for our mistakes".

"It's not scratching your head". Of course, the penalty - I think the referee will be disappointed when he sees this, I don't think it's a penalty.

"In addition, we have written to both Birmingham City and Arsenal to seek their observations and examine the security measures they had in place".

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Solskjaer refused to blame De Gea for Xhaka's opener, instead claiming United's outfield players should have closed the midfielder down more quickly.

Manchester United are pushing for a breakthrough in their contract stand-off with David De Gea before the summer to avoid fielding cut-price bids for the goalkeeper during the transfer window, sources have told ESPN FC. "The ball moves so unusual and it looks like it goes to David's left and it changed direction", he said. "One of those days you have to dust yourself down, have a good reaction - we have Wolves in the [FA Cup] quarter-final and it's a good game to look forward to".

Solskjaer admitted United's tame opening may have been in part caused by fatigue after their European heroics.

"Not at all", he said.

United hit the woodwork either side of the goal, with Romelu Lukaku heading against the crossbar first and Fred striking the post minutes later.

We are, however, unbeaten in five in the league with only Tottenham taking points off us in the current run. "Sometimes, as a striker, I know more than anyone that you can miss chances".

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