Mesut Ozil: Arsenal boss Unai Emery says youngsters deserved to start ahead of midfielder


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Arsenal boss Unai Emery left midfielder Mesut Ozil out of his group for Thursdays 4-0 Europa League triumph over Standard Liege as other playersdeserved it longer.
Gabriel Martinelli, 18, scored two, although 23, Dani Ceballos and Joe Willock, also discovered the net.
30, ozil, has been left from the squad to the Gunners two games.
Weve got to provide the chances into the players and they accept them, said Emery.
Arsenal are in the Premier League going into this weekends fixtures and sponsor Bournemouth on Sunday (14:00 BST).
On Ozil, Emery included:When I determined he should not be in the squad its because I think other players deserved it more.
He needs to keep on working. We have training with all the players that didnt play, tomorrow with, and on Sunday weve got yet another match – and were going to decide the same.
Our goal is to win on Sunday from Bournemouth and we wish to carry on our same manner in every match.
Emery picked at a starting XI making 10 changes to the team that drew 1-1 on Monday at Manchester United.
As well as impressive displays from England Under-21 and English midfielder Willock, Scotland left-back Kieran Tierney, 22, and Brazilian Martinelli forwards Reiss Nelson caught the eye.
Theyre close to playing to us at the greatest levels, added Emery. They demonstrated they can perform and they can score. Theyre playing well, its good.
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