REVEALED: The heartwarming meaning behind Ozil's 'M' celebration

The Arsenal star has explained the hand gesture he made after scoring against Swansea City on Saturday

Mesut Ozil has revealed that his 'M' goal celebration is a tribute to his young niece Mira.

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The Arsenal playmaker once again made the three-finger hand gesture after scoring in the 3-2 victory over Swansea City on Saturday.

"That's for my niece," he told the Gunners' official website. "She's called Mira and when I score now, the goals are for her.

"She's too young to notice but she has come to London a few times and has watched some games in which I've scored and then made that hand gesture.

"I just enjoy spending time with her because she's so cute. She's at the age where she's a lot of fun to be around.

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"We're just delighted as a family to have her. She actually has an Arsenal shirt and a Germany one too and both have her name on the back."