Ex Tottenham boss Redknapp describes Arsenal star Mesut Ozil as invisible man

The former Tottenham and West Ham United manager Harry Redknapp has included Arsenal’s Mesut Özil in his team of the week (Telegraph).

The experienced coach described the Germany international as the invisible man due to his ability to see passes others can’t.

Harry Redknapp’s team of the week:
Asmir Begovic, Matteo Darmian, Vincent Kompany, Phil Jagielka, Alexksander Kolarov, Yaya Toure, Fernandinho, Jefferson Montero, David Silva, Mesut Özil, Sergio Ageuro

Redknapp included the caption, “Like the Invisible Man: he gets into places where no-one sees him coming,” when describing Özil’s performance this week.

The Germany international provided an assist to Olivier Giroud and maintained a passing accuracy of 98% during Arsenal’s 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace.

Özil is known for assist making ability and has setup a total of 24 goals for the Gunners since joining on a £42.5 million record breaking transfer fee in 2013.

Arsenal moved into 11th place on three points after two games following the win over Palace.

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