Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil allowed his frustration to get the better of him during the disappointing defeat to Everton in their Premier League clash on Sunday after the German hauled a coat in the direction of the home dugout.
This was during the altercation between the two managers and their respective coaching crews.
The incident happened after Everton manager Marco Silva encroached into the Gunners’ technical space in the aftermath of the foul by Arsenal defender Shkrodan Mustafi on Toffees striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
The Everton boss wanted a red card for Mustafi but centre referee Kevin Friend only brandished a yellow card to the German international centre back.
Mesut Ozil was subbed off the game just before his moment of frustration.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup winner didn’t have much impact on the game before his substitution in the 74th minute.
He didn’t make much difference to the Arsnsal team in what was his first Premier League start away from home since December.
His last start was during the 1-1 draw against Brighton and Hove Albion.
Super Eagles player Alex Iwobi replaced Ozil in the 74th minute as Arsenal suffered their sixth league defeat on the road via a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Merseyside giants Everton.