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Make it Mesut Ozil 1, Stoke police 1.

Ozil couldn't resist hitting back at the Stoke police department following Arsenal's 3-0 win over the Potters on Sunday, after the midfielder was trolled following the Gunners' 1-0 loss at the bet365 Stadium in August.

Back then, the official Stoke police Twitter account made fun of Ozil's display in Stoke's win by calling him a "missing person". That was in response to an Arsenal fan who tweeted the account to "report a robbery" after the visitors had one goal ruled out for offside and were denied a penalty.

So after Arsenal avenged that loss at the Emirates, Ozil was quick to get his own revenge on Twitter.

And just like the Stoke police, Ozil added the hashtag "#Banter", making it clear that the previous slight hadn't gone unnoticed.

Now that's how you lay down the law.

Mattias is ESPN FC's Arsenal correspondent. Follow him on Twitter: @MattiasKaren.

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