Mesut Ozil reveals his funny side with hilarious Twitter QA, jokes his first English word was 'assist'
Ozil flexed his 'banter' muscles as he proved that even German humour can break Twitter.
Arsenal’s midfield magician, Mesut Ozil hasn’t had the best of times in the Gunners’ jersey, with his dour demeanor on the pitch frequently being over-analysed as a sign of his unhappiness. However, the German has set alight the Premier League this season with a staggering 16 assists, propelling Arsenal to the top of the table, and is a far happier sight on the pitch as well.
The German took to Twitter yesterday to answer a range of questions posed by the Arsenal fans, but no one could have predicted the scope of the German’s bantering skills. Ozil was aided, however, by an Arsenal fan populace that understood ‘#AskOzil’ as a right to quiz the German about everything under the sun.
Of course, the only place to begin any Twitter Q&A session is with last year’s most divisive dress, and Ozil’s reply underlined why he assists the way he does, answering with a colour outside of ‘white and gold’ and ‘blue and black’. Clearly, the German can see things us mere mortals do not, and has finally answered the question.
When quizzed about his first English word, Ozil answered the only way he could :
The German revealed that ever his superhuman assisting abilities have their limits however, disappointing loads of men who dreamed of the perfect wingman.
When asked who his favourite superhero was, Ozil gave an answer which many couldn't have predicted:
Ozil’s perfect wingman, however is an intriguing choice – when asked which Arsenal legend he would’ve most loved to have played with, the German ignored Theirry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp, opting for a certain dreamy Frenchman.
Speaking of dreamy Frenchmen, Ozil’s bromance with Mathieu Flamini continued, with the German’s answers to who he found the funniest in the dressing room and whether he was #TeamRonaldo or #TeamMessi in the Ballon d’Or being predictable, though funny all the same.
And of course, there’s only one way to end an Ozil Twitter session :