Ozil hosts 11-year-old with brain tumour during Sunderland victory

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The Arsenal playmaker organised a day trip to Emirates Stadium for the youngster, a lifelong Gunners fan

Mesut Ozil and Arsenal had a good night on the pitch after defeating Sunderland 2-0, with Ozil having a direct impact on the match, but the German may have been most satisfied by helping make the wishes of an 11-year-old boy come true. 

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The Gunners playmaker hosted Charlie, a lifelong Arsenal fan suffering from a brain tumour, in his private box at Emirates Stadium during Tuesday's win. In addition, Charlie and his parents were given a walking tour of the ground before the boy was taken onto the pitch and presented a Man of the Match award by Ozil.

The visit was facilitated by cancer charity My Shining Star, which helped Charlie get in touch with the Arsenal star.

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Here's a look at the two of them walking out of the tunnel together. 

Class all around from Arsenal and Ozil.

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