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Former Pakistan cricketer Atiq-uz-Zaman has admitted that his love for Premier League club Arsenal is fading following their poor run of form as of late.
This comes after Arsenal lost the North London Derby to rivals Tottenham 2-0 on Sunday.
With their win, Tottenham moved to the top of the Premier League table, while the Gunners are in 15th.
Atiq, who is the fielding and wicketkeeping coach at the National High Performance Centre in Lahore, said his passion for Arsenal has slowly been decreasing since renowned manager Arsene Wenger left in 2018.
He also called for attacking midfielder Mesut Ozil to be brought back after he was left out of Arsenal’s 25-man Premier League squad in October.
My love for Arsenal has started to fade since Arsene Wenger had left. I am scared of losing my love for the club. #BringOzilBack
— Atiq-uz-Zaman (@Atiq160Test) December 6, 2020
“My love for Arsenal has started to fade since Arsene Wenger had left. I am scared of losing my love for the club,” Atiq said on Twitter along with the hashtag bring Ozil back.