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Mesut Ozil decided against including any of his Arsenal team-mates as he picked his dream five-a-side team from five specific countries.
That included France striker Karim Benzema and veteran midfielder Luka Modric, while Brazil international left-back Marcelo also got the nod.
There was also a place for Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford, who has scored seven goals in 12 appearances in all competitions for the Red Devils thus far this season.
As for the goalkeeper of the team, Ozil opted to go with Juventus and Italy legend Gianluigi Buffon.
There was, however, no place for any of the playmaker's Gunners team-mates, past or present, albeit with the limited number of countries Ozil decided to choose from narrowing down his options.
Indeed, from the current squad only William Saliba and Alexandre Lacazette qualifyfrom France, with Willian, David Luiz, Gabriel Martinelliand Gabriel Magalhaes the club's Brazilian representatives.
There are noCroatian or Italian players in Arsenal's Premier League squad for the 2020-21 season, although there are fair few English players, including the likes of Bukayo Saka, Eddie Nketiahand Rob Holding.
Indeed, the midfielder hasn't played for the Gunners since March, with his last goal for the club coming against Newcastle back in February.
Ozil has fallen way down the pecking order under Mikel Arteta despite having appeared in a numberof games for the Spaniard at the start of the year.