After returning from a three-month injury lay-off, Ozil has been brought straight back into the first-team by Arsene Wenger and has often played as either a number 10, or wide on the left.
Cazorla has been deployed in a deeper role, but Gillespie insists that both of them cannot function in the same team, and it is the Spaniard that should play further forward.
Wenger can't play Ozil and Cazorla in the same team as proven against Monaco. For me Cazorla needs to play further forward.
— Keith Gillespie (@KeithGillespie7) February 26, 2015
However, Thierry Henry felt the game wasn’t won or lost because of personnel, but it was down to a lack of urgency and tempo in Arsenal’s football.
“The players got frustrated,” Henry told Sky Sports.
“The passing at the back wasn’t very good – no real pace on it. There was no sense of urgency to try to win the game, and Monaco had an easy one today.”
Arsenal have a mountain to climb following their 3-1 loss to Monaco at home and these sentiments were echoed by Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger.
He said: “The task is massive now and the third goal makes it even more difficult, but we will have a go of course and see what we can do there.”
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