NEITHER CECH NOR LENO IN THE GOALKEEPING: Mesut Özil put together his ideal XI for Arsenal including only the players he has played with

Mesut Ozil He surprised many with some of the names he released when, in a dynamic with his twitter followers, they asked him to put together his ideal XI for Arsenal considering only footballers with whom he has coincided in the entity gunner.

The biggest news? In goal he did not go with Petr Cech or Bernd Leno. The world champion decided to stay with David Ospina who, although he did not take over the undisputed title at Arsenal, has more than a decade of international experience.

On defense he put Bacary Sagna, Laurent Koscielny, Per Mertesacker and Sead Kolasinac. Santi Cazorla and Aaron Ramsey were his only options in midfield. And on offense he also gave something to talk about with Serge Gnabry, who, despite the fact that he is now one of the best wingers of the elite, at the London institution he had very few opportunities to show himself at the highest level.

To finish, he completed his attack by placing himself alongside the versatility of Alexis Sánchez and the forcefulness of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.


Goalkeeper: David Ospina.
Defenses: Sagna, Koscielny, Mertesacker y Kolasinac.
Midfielders: Santi Cazorla and Aaron Ramsey.
Attack: Gnabry, Özil, Alexis y Aubameyang.

Undefeated data. David Ospina has played 105 games with the Colombian National Team. A goalkeeper who has been to two World Cups: Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018.

Did you know..? Mesut Özil has been the leader of assists in the Bundesliga, Liga de España, Premier League and UEFA Champions League as a professional. He is one of the best orchestrators of the time.

Undefeated data. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has recorded 76 goals in the 127 games he has played for Arsenal. One of the best signings of the London team in recent years.

Did you know..? Serge Gnabry was chosen as part of the 2019/20 team of the season in the UEFA Champions League. It was key for Bayern Munich to lift the most desired trophy in European football.

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