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Hello, Ozil, hello: Arsenal star in friendly dig at Stoke police

04 April 2018

Poor first half from ArsenalArsenal played one of their season's worst footballing half during the first 45 minutes. "The second half was better as we were much more dynamic and showed more pace, more control and made a difference", he said.

The Frenchman marked his comeback on Sunday from a knee injury with an 89th-minute penalty in Arsenal's 3-0 victory over struggling Stoke.

The Gabon worldwide soon doubled the lead with a well-taken volley from Ozil's corner.

"In the first half I always thought we could lose this game, but in the second half I always felt we could win this game".

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It's a big boost for Arsenal to see Lacazette back in action and back on the score sheet.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored the opener from a controversial penalty after Bruno Martins Indi won the ball from Mesut Ozil but still saw referee Craig Pawson point to the spot. There are still 21 points to play for, so let's stay positive and make things right.

Even by Arsene Wenger's own admission, Gunners were way too sloppy, giving the ball away frequently.

Gabon global Aubameyang passed up the opportunity to claim his first hat-trick in English football by allowing Lacazette to take the second spot-kick and Gunners manager Wenger feels that decision shows there is a positive relationship between the two big-money signings.

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Arsenal had a series of controversial decisions go against them, so a Gunners fan tweeted Stoke police saying "would like to report a robbery".

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"I had scored twice already so I knew it would be good for his confidence", Aubameyang explained.

As Stoke's resolve disintegrated, the ex Borussia Dortmund striker was handed the opportunity to notch his first Arsenal hat-trick as Alexandre Lacazette was clumsily pushed over in the box.

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"Wilshere has managed to change [Arsene] Wenger's mind about him to the extent that he does now have the offer of a contract, albeit on reduced basic terms of £80,000 per week, which he finds unacceptable", Hytner said.

Hello, Ozil, hello: Arsenal star in friendly dig at Stoke police