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Mario Gómez García (German pronunciation: [ˈmaːʁioː ˈɡɔmɛs]; Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmaɾio ˈɣomeθ]; born 10 July 1985 in Riedlingen) is a German footballer who plays as a striker for FC Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga. Gómez joined Bayern after six years in Stuttgart. The fee was a record for a player transferred in the Bundesliga, estimated to be 30–35 million euro. When Stuttgart became champions in 2006–07, Gómez contributed 14 goals and was elected German footballer of the year.



[edit] Personal life

Gómez was brought up in Unlingen, an Upper Swabian village and is of German-Spanish descent (his father is a Spaniard from Granada and his mother is German). He has both nationalities but decided to play for the German national team. His first appearance for the team was in February 2007 against Switzerland and he has been called up regularly since. Gómez thinks gay players should come out and thinks "they would play as if they had been liberated".[2] He also would like a "radical rethink" about homosexuality in football.[2]

[edit] Club career

[edit] VfB Stuttgart

In 2004, Gómez played 10 minutes for VfB Stuttgart in the Champions League in a game against Chelsea on 9 March and made his debut in the Bundesliga on 8 May.
In the 2004–05 season, playing for the Regionalliga side, he scored 15 times in 24 games and was to be capped eight times in the first team.
In the 2005–06 season, Gómez joined the first team permanently. He played 30 times in the Bundesliga, scoring six times at this level, his first goal coming on 17 September 2005. The striker also played five times in the UEFA Cup, scoring twice, and in three times in the DFB-Pokal.
In the 2006–07 season the youngster established himself as one of the top scorers in the Bundesliga. However, he broke his hand on 10 March 2007 and suffered a torn ligament in his left knee. He made his comeback on 12 May 2007, and immediately scored after coming on from the bench. In that game, VfB Stuttgart defeated VfL Bochum (3–2) and went two points clear heading into the Bundesliga's final weekend where they won at home against Energie Cottbus, thus becoming German champions. Furthermore, VfB Stuttgart also reached final of the DFB-Pokal, where Gómez participated, but VfB Stuttgart lost to 1. FC Nuremberg. After the season, he was named German Footballer of the Year for 2007. Gómez extended his contract at VfB Stuttgart until 2012.
While, in the 2007–08 season, the rest of his team struggled to keep performing at their 2006–07 season standards, Gómez remained at an astonishingly high level, scoring 19 goals in 25 appearances, second in the Bundesliga's Top Scorer list, just behind Bayern Munich's Luca Toni who scored 24 times. In the cup Gómez was even the top scorer with six goals.[3] Because of his recent development, many big clubs have been interested in the 23 year old forward. Gómez has recently gained the nickname "Mr. Zuverlässig" ("Mr. Reliable"), as seen in his second of three goals against Bundesliga rival Werder Bremen (final score 6–3), where he managed to net in a virtually unreachable pass by teammate Yıldıray Baştürk. In the 2008–09 season Gómez hit four goals to inspire VfB Stuttgart to a 4–1 victory over Bundesliga leaders VfL Wolfsburg.

[edit] Bayern Munich

[edit] 2009–10 season

On 26 May 2009, Gómez was eventually transferred to Bayern Munich on a Bundesliga record transfer fee, signing a four-year contract. The amount of the transfer fee varies from 30–35 million euro, depending on different sources.[4][5][6] Gómez was not scoring like his usual self in his first season for Bayern with just 10 goals but in the cup he was more prolific with 3 goals in just four games, unfortunately Gómez was short of assists as well as goals. Quite surprisingly he made an impact as he was to start the majority of games next season for Bayern. Also in his first season Gómez was teamed up with his international strike partner Miroslav Klose to give him some first team experience.

[edit] 2010–11 season

After an erratic first season at Bayern with only 10 goals in 29 league appearances, Gómez established himself as a starter during the 2010–11 season (to an extent at the expense of Miroslav Klose and due to the injury sustained by Ivica Olić) and finished as top goalscorer in the Bundesliga with 28 goals. He scored his 100th Bundesliga goal with his third strike in an 1–8 away demolition of FC St. Pauli on 7 May 2011, the hat-trick already being his fifth in the Bundesliga in the 2010–11 season, and his sixth overall, adding in his hat-trick against Cluj in the Champions League. Gómez has scored 13 hat-tricks so far in his Bundesliga career, three with Stuttgart and ten with Bayern. Gómez also netted eight times in the Champions League and finished in second place in this season's top scorers, tied with Samuel Eto'o, although Bayern were eliminated in the Round of 16 by Internazionale. Gómez overall in all competitions scored 39 goals.

[edit] 2011–12 season

Gómez started the 2011–12 season in similar style towards the previous season and he opened his league account on 20 August 2011 in Bayern's thrashing of Hamburger SV. Seven days later Gómez turned up the style scoring a hat-trick away to 1. FC Kaiserslautern. On 10 September, Gómez then netted four goals in Bayern Munich's 7–0 rout of Freiburg. Gómez also scored a brace against Hertha BSC when Bayern won 4–0. Gómez then got another brace on the 29 October when Bayern then defeated 1. FC Nuremberg 4–0. In Bayern's next away game to FC Augsburg Gómez scored one of Bayern's goals in their 2–1 victory. Then on 11 December 2011, he scored his third brace of the season and sealed Bayern's 2–1 win over Stuttgart On 2 November 2011, he netted a hat-trick in a Champions League group stage game against Serie A club S.S.C. Napoli. Bayern went on to win 3–2. So far in the Champions League Gómez has ten goals in six games. In the DFB-Pokal Gómez has scored just one goal. On 16 December 2011, Gómez scored his 50th goal for the calendar year of 2011 against 1. FC Köln. As of 12 March 2012 Gomez is leading the German Bundesliga scoring title with 21 goals. [7] The 13 March second leg of the Champions League tie against FC Basel saw Gómez net four of Bayern's seven goals, firing the Bavarians through to the quarter-finals.

[edit] International career

[edit] Euro 2008

Gómez has both German and Spanish citizenship, but played for all German youth national teams from age 17. He made his debut for the German national team against Switzerland on 7 February 2007. Germany won the match 3–1, with Gómez scoring Germany's second goal. Gómez gained his second cap for Germany, coming on as a substitute for Kevin Kurányi in a Euro 2008 qualifier against San Marino, scoring two goals that contributed to a final 6–0 victory.
After Gómez impressed in pre-tournament friendlies, Joachim Löw called him up to the German squad for Euro 2008. Löw broke up the strike partnership of Lukas Podolski and Miroslav Klose with Podolski moving out to the left wing at the expense of talismanic midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger and Gómez partnering Klose up front. Unfortunately, he was not able to reproduce his club form and missed several clear-cut chances including a crucial one in the last group match against Austria. Germany eventually won courtesy of a Michael Ballack free kick to seal a place in the knock-out stages but Löw dropped Gómez to the bench and reverted back to the Podolski-Klose partnership. He was an unused substitute in the quarterfinal and semifinal and later came off the bench in the final of Euro 2008 for Miroslav Klose but could not prevent Germany from losing 1–0 to Spain.

[edit] World Cup 2010

In a friendly match against the United Arab Emirates played on 2 June 2009, Gómez netted four goals, ending his 15-game goal drought for the national team,[8] in Germany's 7–2 thrashing.
Gómez was named as one of the six strikers in Joachim Löw's 23-man squad for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. He featured in four out of seven German matches at the World Cup, all from the substitutes bench against Australia, replacing Mesut Özil in the 73rd minute, Serbia, coming on for left back Holger Badstuber in the 77th minute, England, coming on for fellow forward Miroslav Klose in the 72nd minute and Spain replacing defensive midfielder Sami Khedira on 80 minutes. Again he did not score a goal at a major tournament.

[edit] Euro 2012

Although being the second choice behind Miroslav Klose as center-forward during Germany's qualification for Euro 2012, Gómez played regularly and contributed goals against every opponent of that campaign: Kazakhstan, Austria, Azerbaijan, Turkey and Belgium. This includes two goals against Austria in Germany's 2–1 away win in the Ernst-Happel-Stadion, netting into the very same goal in which despite good goalscoring opportunities he couldn't score three years earlier during Euro 2008, a performance for which he was criticized by the German media and fans of the Mannschaft. Observers saw him overcome a little trauma and in a spontaneous gesture of relief, he kissed the goalpost after he scored the first goal.[9]
Prior to the Euro 2012 in an 3–3 draw against Ukraine in the opening game at the renewed Olympic Stadion of Kiev – the site of the Euro 2012 final match – Gómez captained Germany for the first time. It was his 50th international cap, and aged 26, he was Germany's oldest player in the starting lineup.[10]

[edit] International goals

Scores and results table. Germany's goal tally first:
Goal Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 7 February 2007 LTU Arena, Düsseldorf, Germany  Switzerland 2–0 3–1 Friendly
2. 2 June 2007 Frankenstadion, Nuremberg, Germany  San Marino 4–0 6–0 UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying
3. 2 June 2007 Frankenstadion, Nuremberg, Germany  San Marino 5–0 6–0 UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying
4. 6 February 2008 Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria  Austria 3–0 3–0 Friendly
5. 26 March 2008 St. Jakob-Park, Basel, Switzerland  Switzerland 2–0 4–0 Friendly
6. 26 March 2008 St. Jakob-Park, Basel, Switzerland  Switzerland 3–0 4–0 Friendly
7. 2 June 2009 Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  United Arab Emirates 2–0 7–2 Friendly
8. 2 June 2009 Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  United Arab Emirates 4–0 7–2 Friendly
9. 2 June 2009 Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  United Arab Emirates 5–0 7–2 Friendly
10. 2 June 2009 Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  United Arab Emirates 7–2 7–2 Friendly
11. 5 September 2009 BayArena, Leverkusen, Germany  South Africa 1–0 2–0 Friendly
12. 29 May 2010 Stadium Puskás Ferenc, Budapest, Hungary  Hungary 2–0 3–0 Friendly
13. 11 August 2010 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark  Denmark 1–0 2–2 Friendly
14. 12 October 2010 Astana Arena, Astana, Kazakhstan  Kazakhstan 2–0 3–0 UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying
15. 29 March 2011 Borussia-Park, Mönchengladbach, Germany  Australia 1–0 1–2 Friendly
16. 29 May 2011 Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsheim, Germany  Uruguay 1–0 2–1 Friendly
17. 3 June 2011 Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria  Austria 1–0 2–1 UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying
18. 3 June 2011 Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria  Austria 2–1 2–1 UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying
19. 7 June 2011 Tofiq Bahramov Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan  Azerbaijan 2–0 3–1 UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying
20. 7 October 2011 Turk Telekom Arena, Istanbul, Turkey  Turkey 1–0 3–1 UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying
21. 11 October 2011 Esprit Arena, Düsseldorf, Germany  Belgium 3–0 3–1 UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying

[edit] Honours

[edit] Club

VfB Stuttgart
Bayern Munich

[edit] National team


[edit] Individual

[edit] Career statistics

Club League Season League Cup Europe Other[A] Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
VfB Stuttgart II Regionalliga Süd 2003–04 19 6 0 0 19 6
2004–05 24 15 0 0 24 15
Total 43 21 0 0 43 21
VfB Stuttgart Bundesliga 2003–04 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0
2004–05 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 10 0
2005–06 30 6 0 0 5 2 3 0 38 8
2006–07 25 14 5 2 30 16
2007–08 25 19 3 6 4 3 1 0 33 28
2008–09 32 24 2 3 10 8 44 35
Total 121 63 11 11 21 13 4 0 157 87
Bayern Munich 2009–10 29 10 4 3 12 1 45 14
2010–11 32 28 5 3 8 8 0 0 45 39
2011–12 24 21 3 2 9 10 36 34

Total 85 59 12 8 29 19 0 0 126 86
Career Total 249 143 23 19 50 33 4 0 326 194
Last update: 13 March 2012[11]

Rabu, 14 Maret 2012

mesut ozil data

Mesut Özil (German pronunciation: [ˈmeːzut ˈøːzil], Turkish pronunciation: [me̞ˈsut̪ ø̞ˈzil]) (born 15 October 1988) is a footballer who plays for Spanish La Liga club Real Madrid and for the German national team. Özil has been a youth national team member since 2006, and a member of the German national team since 2009. He gained international attention during the 2010 FIFA World Cup and was nominated for the Golden Ball Award which is awarded to the tournament's best player. Following his breakout performance at the World Cup, he was transferred from Werder Bremen to Real Madrid in August 2010. Özil is acclaimed for his finesse and improvisation as an attacking midfielder. His style and knack for providing assists for his team-mates and has been compared to that of Real Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane. In 2011, he assisted the second most goals in La Liga with 17 and the most in all of Europe with 25.



[edit] Club career

[edit] Gelsenkirchen and Rot-Weiss Essen

Özil began his youth career playing for various clubs in Gelsenkirchen and then played five years for Rot-Weiss Essen.

[edit] Schalke 04

In 2005, he moved to the youth department of FC Schalke 04. He was a midfielder and wore 17 as his squad number, after starting as play-maker and central attacking midfielder in the place of the suspended Lincoln in Ligapokal matches against Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich for Schalke.[2] On making the first team there, he was described as 'the next big thing', but he eventually fell out with club management and moved on to Werder Bremen in January 2008.[3]

[edit] Werder Bremen

On 31 January 2008, he moved to Werder Bremen for a reported fee of €4.3 million, signing a contract with the German club until 30 June 2011.[4] Fresh off his fallout at Schalke 04 he stepped into the shoes of Brazilian playmaker Diego to help lead the north German club to the 2009 DFB-Pokal with the winning goal in a 1–0 victory over Bayer Leverkusen in Berlin.[5] He also excelled in Europe where he led Werder Bremen to the final of the last ever UEFA Cup, losing out to Shakhtar Donetsk.[6] Although Bremen failed to get going in their 2008–09 Bundesliga season, eventually finishing a disappointing 10th, Özil managed to make a significant impact in most games and came away with a respectable three goals and 15 assists that highlighted his attacking credentials.[6] In his second season, Bremen finished a respectable 3rd, with Özil contributing 9 goals and 17 assists in 31 league fixture appearances.

[edit] Real Madrid

Due to his performances in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, he ensured his place among Europe's top young talents. He was sought by teams like F.C. Barcelona, Arsenal F.C., and Manchester United and reports even claimed that a deal was struck for a transfer to Barca. Werder Bremen denied the report and on 17 August 2010 the team announced that they had reached an agreement with Real Madrid.[7] The transfer fee is believed to have been in the region of €15 million.[8] He made his debut on 22 August in a friendly match against Hércules, which Real Madrid won 3–1.[9]
Özil warming up against Leicester City in a pre-season friendly in 2011.
Özil's jersey numbers were changed often before the season started. He was given the number 26 in the pre-season and 19 for his debut. But following the transfer of Rafael van der Vaart, he was given the vacant 23.
Özil was brought in to back up teammate Kaka, but due to his surgery, Özil obtained a starting role. He then made his La Liga debut for Real Madrid as a substitute for Ángel di María in the 62nd minute against Mallorca, which Real Madrid drew 0–0.[10] Özil made his season debut in Champions League on 15 September. He got his first assist with Real Madrid in the 74th minute against Ajax after he crossed in the ball, resulting in a Higuaín goal.[11] Özil's performances for Real Madrid have been praised by media, fans and players.[12]
He walked off the pitch as a second half substitute to standing ovations in his first two games as a starter at the Santiago Bernabéu. His first goal came in a league match against Deportivo La Coruña on 3 October 2010, in a 6–1 victory.[13] Özil's first Champions League goal with Real came in the 14th minute against Milan on 19 October 2010.[14] On 22 December he made his debut in Copa del Rey, scoring once in a 8–0 victory over Levante.[15]
On 6 March 2011, after providing two assists in a 3–1 victory over Racing Santander, Özil was greatly praised by worldwide media thanks to his performance on the pitch, thus consolidating his outstanding season so far.[16] He finished the 2010–11 season with Madrid with 25 assists, the highest for any player in any major European competition that season.
Özil began wearing the number 10 shirt for Real Madrid in 2011–12, signalling Jose Mourinho's intent to use the German international as his main playmaker.[17] On 14 August 2011, Özil scored his first goal against Barcelona in the first leg of the 2011 Supercopa de España.[18] On 17 August 2011, Özil was sent off in the last minute of the second leg of the 2011 Supercopa de España after an altercation with David Villa.[19] Özil expressed his desire to end his football days at the club in an interview with German magazine kicker, saying "I'd like to end my career at Real Madrid. I know it will be difficult because I have many more years ahead of me and many younger and good players will also be out there, but I want to be part of that future. I know what I'm capable of and I'm convinced I'll stay at Real Madrid many years."[20]
Özil was on the short-list of this year's FIFA Ballon d'Or award.[21]

[edit] International career

[edit] Career Start

In September 2006, Özil was called up for the Germany U-17 team. Özil has been a member of the German U-21 team since 2007. On 29 June 2009, Özil was selected the man of the match in a 4–0 win over England during the U-21 European Championship final.[3]
He made his debut for the senior side during a friendly match against Norway on 11 February 2009. He scored his first goal for the senior team in his third appearance, another friendly, against South Africa on 5 September in Leverkusen.
Mesut Özil playing for Germany.

[edit] 2010 World Cup

Özil was selected for Germanys squad for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, starting in all of the team's matches. Özil provided an assist for Cacau's goal to the 4-0 final score against Australia in Germany's first group game. He scored a left-footed half-volley from the edge of the penalty area against Ghana in the final group game, ensuring Germany progressed to the second round as group winners.[22] On 27 June 2010, he played in Germany's win over England in the last 16 match, setting up the fourth goal with a cross to Thomas Müller as Germany triumphed 4–1.[23] During the quarter-final match against Argentina he assisted the second goal for Miroslav Klose with a cross to ensure the 4–0 final score for the Germans. FIFA announced that he was among the ten tournament players nominated for the Golden Ball.

[edit] Euro 2012

Özil was one of the leading forces in Germany's qualification for Euro 2012, he scored five times during the campaign as Germany won 10 out of 10 games to top their group.[24] Özil also confirmed his reputation as a decisive passer, as he provided 7 assists, more than any European international during Euro 2012 qualification.[25][26] On 29 February 2012, Özil was recognised as Germany's best international of the year for 2011 prior to kick-off at a friendly against France in Bremen.[27][28]

[edit] Style of play

Germany Under-21 manager Horst Hrubesch once said, "We in Germany are prone to rave about foreign players. We praise Wayne Rooney to the heavens, likewise (Cristiano) Ronaldo or Messi. But we have our own Messi. Our Messi is Özil." [29] Özil brings finesse and improvisation to the midfield and his magical left-foot can open any doors. Özil possesses great footwork and is known for his amazing passes in difficult situations, setting up his teammates for strikes on goal. He has superb ball control and has great awareness of the game on the pitch, which at its best can devastate any defence. He also boasts a powerful shot from distance, as evident during his match against Ghana during the 2010 FIFA World Cup or in the Euro 2012 qualifier against Belgium where in the latter match he scored a goal which has been described as a 'piece of art'.[3][30] Germany coach Joachim Löw hails Özil for his 'genius moments' and his performance without the ball.[31] Real Madrid Teammate Xabi Alonso describes Özil as "the kind of player you don't find these days" adding "He understands the game, sees things, combines and thrives between the lines, unlocking teams", while Mourinho says "Ozil is unique. There is no copy of him – not even a bad copy".[32]
His nicknames have included "der Rabe" (The Raven, or in Spanish, "El Cuervo") – playing on his smart and opportunistic style of play,[33] and at Werder Bremender neue Diego” (the new Diego) in reference to Brazilian Diego whose playmaker role he inherited,[34] "German Messi"[35] and "German Zidane".[36] At Real Madrid he's supposedly called "Nemo" – in reference to the clownfish Nemo from the Pixar movie Finding Nemo.[32][37] His attacking midfield partnership in Germany internationals with young talent Mario Götze has earned the 'magic duo' the nickname Götzil, alluding to their similar playing positions, technique, abilities and style of play.[38]

[edit] Personal life

Özil is a third-generation Turkish-German,[39][40][41][42] who, in reference to his game, concludes, "My technique and feeling for the ball is the Turkish side to my game. The discipline, attitude and always-give-your-all is the German part."[43] His ancestors are from Devrek, Zonguldak in Northern Turkey.[44]
He is a practicing Muslim. He recites the Quran before his matches. Talking to the Berlin-based daily Der Tagesspiegel, Özil said, "I always do that before I go out (on the pitch). I pray and my teammates know that they cannot talk to me during this brief period."[45][46]
In 2010, Özil received the Bambi award for being a prime example of successful integration within German society.[47]

[edit] Career statistics

As of 14 March 2012''[48][49][50]
Club Season League Cup1 Europe Total
Apps Goals Assists Apps Goals Assists Apps Goals Assists Apps Goals Assists
Schalke 04 2006–07 19 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 21 0 1
2007–08 11 0 4 1 1 0 4 0 0 16 1 4
Total 30 0 5 2 1 0 5 0 0 37 1 5
Werder Bremen 2007–08 12 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 14 1 1
2008–09 28 3 12 5 2 1 14 0 7 47 5 20
2009–10 31 9 12 5 0 2 8 0 7 44 9 21
2010–11 1 0 1 1 0 1
Total 71 13 25 11 2 4 24 0 14 106 15 43
Real Madrid 2010–11 36 6 17 6 3 2 11 1 6 53 10 25
2011–12 25 1 13 5 1 4 7 1 1 37 3 18
Total 61 7 30 11 4 6 18 2 7 90 13 43
Career totals 162 20 60 26 7 10 47 2 21 235 29 91
1Includes other competitive competitions, including the Supercopa de España.

[edit] International goals

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 5 September 2009 BayArena, Leverkusen, Germany  South Africa 2–0 2–0 Friendly
2 23 June 2010 Soccer City, Johannesburg, South Africa  Ghana 1–0 1–0 2010 World Cup
3 8 October 2010 Olympic Stadium, Berlin, Germany  Turkey 2–0 3–0 UEFA Euro 2012 Qualifying
4 7 June 2011 Tofiq Bahramov Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan  Azerbaijan 1–0 3–1 UEFA Euro 2012 Qualifying
5 2 September 2011 Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen, Germany  Austria 2–0 6–2 UEFA Euro 2012 Qualifying
6 2 September 2011 Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen, Germany  Austria 4–1 6–2 UEFA Euro 2012 Qualifying
7 11 October 2011 Esprit Arena, Düsseldorf, Germany  Belgium 1–0 3–1 UEFA Euro 2012 Qualifying
8 15 November 2011 Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany  Netherlands 3–0 3–0 Friendly
Correct as of 15 November 2011

[edit] Honours

[edit] Club

Werder Bremen
Real Madrid