So Cheeky! What Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil Did In Europa League Win Against Valencia

The Gunners saw off Valencia 4-2 in the Europa League.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s brace sent the north London side to the final in Baku.

They will face either Chelsea or Eintracht Frankfurt in their first European final since 2006.

The crowds in Spain were at full volume ahead of this second-leg.
But it did not stop top-scorers Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette getting on the scoreboard.

Liverpool and Tottenham both secured astonishing comebacks earlier this week to reach the Champions League final.

So the Spanish fans were still cheering their side on, even though they had to score four goals. images from the match show one star was keeping them quiet – Ozil.

But In the picture, the German is being substituted after 62 minutes.

He is replaced by Henrikh Mkhitaryan and receives a yellow card for time-wasting.

But Ozil has time to deliver a quick message to the crowd.

The midfielder holds his finger up to his mouth, signalling for them to be quiet.

This image was shared on Twitter.

And the Gunners faithful loved the statement from their star man.

“King,” one supporter said.

Another commented: “My guy.”

While a third simply said: “My captain.”

This comes as fans were left in panic before the game as their players practiced penalties.

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