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The German attacker reveals that when he was with the Los Blancos side the former Real Madrid manager tore into him for his lack of endeavor.


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The attacking midfielder has released a new auto biography and where he recollects a bust up with the special one when both of them were in the Madrid.


The German international Mesut Ozil and the Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho joined the Real Madrid side back in 2010 and they won one La Liga title together at back there after that they both leave the club in 2013.


The book Die Magie des Spiels where he mentions that both of them exchange some heated word exchange among them during an unspecified match.


According to the book Mouirnho said: "You think two beautiful passes are enough.


 "You think you're so good that 50 per cent is enough."


In reply Ozil said: "He pauses. Stares at me with his dark brown eyes. I stare back. Like two boxers at the stare-down before the first round. He shows no emotion. Just waits for a response from me. How much I hate him right now. And I love Mourinho actually."


After that the German international threw his shirt on the floor and Mourinho added: "Oh, are you giving up now? You're such a coward.

"What do you want? To creep under the beautiful, warm shower? Shampoo your hair? To be alone? Or do you want to prove to your fellow players, the fans out there, and me, what you can do."


Though they do not have good relationship among them but Ozil also avouched that Mourinho was reason because of him he chooses Madrid over Barcelona in 2010.


The Midfielder claims that he was ready back then to move to Camp Nou  but Guadriola did not call him and he was not there for discussion so he joins the Real Madrid side.


He added: Because of Guardiola's behaviour, I did not want to go to Barcelona,"


"Especially because Mourinho fought so much at the same time. He was so convincing. So heartfelt, trying so hard. He was the complete opposite of the Barca coach. So I decided for Jose Mourinho and Real Madrid."