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Since Tweeting About Arsenal's 5-0 Loss To Man-City, Why Hasn't Ozil Tweeted About Arsenal's Wins?

Arsenal won 3-1 against Tottenham Hotspur in the North London Derby yesterday with a scintillating performance worthy of a place in history.

The Gunners scored three goals in the first half through Emile Smith Rowe in the 12th minute, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang in the 27th minute and Bukayo Saka in the 34th minute. Tottenham then pulled one goal back through Son Heung-Min in the 79th minute.

Being that Arsenal went through a very tough time during the beginning of the season, this win was very important to get the squad's confidence high.

At the start of the season, Arsenal lost the first game to Brentford FC with a 2-0 scoreline, followed by another 2-0 loss to London rivals Chelsea. Manchester City then dismantled the Gunners with a 5-0 thrashing at the Etihad Stadium.

After the huge loss to Manchester City, former Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil tweeted " Trust The Process" with a heartbroken emoji, which is a reference to the term used by the club to encourage fans about Mikel Arteta's plans for the club.

But since then, Arsenal has won three straight Premier League games against Norwich City with a 1-0 scoreline, Burnley FC with a 1-0 scoreline and now against Tottenham Hotspur with a 3-1 scoreline. Surprisingly, Mesut Ozil hasn't tweeted about any of these victories at all.

So why has the German midfielder not tweeted about Arsenal's wins since tweeting about the loss?

Is it because Mesut Ozil and Mikel Arteta weren't on good terms while he was at the club? Was it because Mikel Arteta dropped him from the Premier League and Europa League squad? Or was it because Arsenal paid the entirety of his wages to make him leave for Fernabache?

Which do you think is Mesut Ozil's reason for not celebrating Arsenal's wins despite showing a heartbreaking sign when the team lost? Tell us your opinions in the comments section.

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