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Soccer Player
    (October 15, 1988- )
    Born in Gelsenkirchen, Germany
    Midfielder/winger for Real Madrid (2010-13), Arsenal (2013- ), and the German national football team (2009- )
    Participated in three FIFA World Cups (2010, 2014, 2018)
    Participated in two UEFA European Championships (2012, 2016)
    Author of 'The Magic of the Game: Gunning for Greatness' (2017)
    He was accused of being a serial cheater.
    He physically resembles F1 driver Enzo Ferrari.
    The likeness is so freaky that some really believe he is Ferrari reincarnated (he was born in 1988, the year Enzo died).
    His trademark celebration dance involves him putting his thumb in his mouth and making a downward gesture.
    He was criticized for being photographed with Turkish President Recep Erdogan during his reelection bid (who may or may not have used the good PR to deflect charges of being a dictator).
    He announced that he would no longer play for his home country's national team after claiming to have experienced ethnic discrimination from fans, saying: 'I am German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose.'
    He is a Fortnite addict.
    He is a third-generation Turkish-German.
    His famous 'M goal' celebration is actually a tribute to his young niece.
    He signed with Arsenal in a then club-record deal worth 42.5 million pounds, making him the most expensive player at that time.
    He played an integral part in Germany's 2014 World Cup win, scoring Germany's second goal in the 120th minute.
    He received death threats and racist hate mail from fans scapegoating him for Germany's loss in the Russia World Cup.
    He is active with multiple charities, visiting Syrian refugees in Jordan and donating his World Cup winnings to a Brazilian children's hospital.
    He is a devout practicing Muslim known for reciting Koran passages before matches.
    He has been called one of the best soccer players in the world.

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