Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil has uncovered how he conflicted with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid, in a warmed dressing room row where Jose Mourinho called the German World Cup a coward.
Ozil played three years under Mourinho at the Bernabeu and has lifted the cover on Mourinho’s incensed temper, where he was blamed for considering ‘lovely passes’ were his exclusive obligation to the team.
Since moving to English football, Ozil has been reprimanded for an apparent absence of professional effort, particularly in defining moments, and it’s reasonable Mourinho took an issue to that at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Ozil is comprehended to have tossed his jersey at Mourinho once and also left the field rashly, which started a reaction from Sergio Ramos-who wore Ozil’s shirt under his own.
Mesut Ozil has now lifted the lid on a charming series of occasions under Mourinho at Real Madrid in his new life stories ( Biography) Serialised by Bild, it says:
‘Ozil says Mourinho shouted at him: You think two beautiful passes are enough… You think you’re so good that 50 percent is enough.’
‘Mourinho is said to have starred Ozil down as they squared up to each other, ‘like boxers at a stare-down’, before adding: ‘Oh, are you giving up now? You’re such a coward.’
‘What do you want? To creep under the beautiful, warm shower? Shampoo your hair? To be alone? Or do you want to prove to your fellow players, the fans out there, and me, what you can do.’