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Mesut Özil (German pronunciation: [ˈmeːzut ˈøːzil], Turkish: [meˈsut ˈøzil]; born 15 October 1988) is a German footballer who plays for English club Arsenal and the German national team. Özil has been a youth national team member since 2006, and a member of the German national team since 2009. He gained international attention during the 2010 FIFA World Cup and was nominated for the Golden Ball Award, which is awarded to the tournament’s best player.

Mesut Özil türkisch,[Mesut özil] [ˈmesut ˈœzil] (* 15. Oktober 1988 in Gelsenkirchen) ist ein deutscher Fußballspieler. Seit September 2013 steht er beim FC Arsenal unter Vertrag. 2014 wurde er mit der deutschen Nationalmannschaft in Brasilien Weltmeister.

Germany/Deutschland

2010 FIFA World Cup
Özil was selected for Germany’s squad for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, starting in all of the team’s matches. Özil provided an assist for Cacau’s goal to the 4–0 final score against Australia in Germany’s first group game. He scored a left-footed half-volley from the edge of the penalty area against Ghana in the final group game, ensuring Germany progressed to the second round as group winners. On 27 June 2010, Özil played in Germany’s win over England in the last 16 match, setting up the fourth goal with a cross to Thomas Müller as Germany triumphed 4–1.[84] During the quarter-final match against Argentina, he assisted the second goal for Miroslav Klose with a cross to ensure the 4–0 final score for the Germans. FIFA announced that he was among the ten tournament players nominated for the Golden Ball.

UEFA Euro 2012
Özil was one of the leading forces in Germany’s qualification for UEFA Euro 2012, scoring five times during the campaign as Germany won all ten of its games to top their group. Özil also confirmed his reputation as a decisive passer, as he provided seven assists, more than any European international during Euro 2012 qualification. When asked about his country’s chances at Euro 2012, Özil simply replied, „We have the potential to beat anyone and we have what it takes to win the title.“ He then scored Germany’s only goal (a penalty) in their 2–1 loss to Italy in the semi-finals. His performance at Euro 2012 earned him two Carlsberg Man of the Match Awards. He finished the tournament as the joint-highest assist provider (3) and was named in the UEFA Euro Team of the Tournament.

2014 FIFA World Cup
Özil ended the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign as Germany’s top scorer with eight goals. Following an injury to Marco Reus in a warm-up game, Özil was moved from his customary No.10 role into the left-winger position for the majority of the tournament. He started all seven of Germany’s 2014 FIFA World Cup games, and helped Germany make history by becoming the first European team to win the World Cup in South America. Özil scored the decisive goal in the 119th minute of Germany’s 2–1 round of 16 victory over Algeria, a match widely praised as one of the most entertaining of the tournament. Özil then provided an assist for Sami Khedira in Germany’s 7–1 semi-final win over Brazil. The goal Özil assisted, with a clever pass, made the score 5-0 to Germany after just 29 minutes. The shocking nature of the 5-goal flurry generated worldwide astonishment. In the Final, Özil played 120 minutes before being replaced by Arsenal teammate Per Mertesacker. Germany were crowned World Champions with a 1–0 win.[98] After the trophy was presented to the Germany team, UEFA President Michel Platini asked Özil for his match shirt as a souvenir, and Özil obliged. Özil led the tournament in passes completed in the final-third (171), was ranked joint-second in chances created (17), behind only Lionel Messi (23), and ranked second overall in possessions won in the final-third (6).

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