Many supporters continue to bemoan the club's decision to sign Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal last January, which largely killed United's attacking momentum for the second half of the campaign.
The 27-year-old is also fast becoming the prankster within the Arsenal squad.
"He knows what he wants and the team accepts that we have a good relationship".
Defender Ciaran Clark did reduce the arrears with a header from Fernandez's injury-time cross, but it failed to prevent Emery's side gaining further momentum as Arsenal secured back-to-back league away wins for the first time in 16 months.
The mercurial Ozil started his first match at St James' in any competition with the words of his boss Emery ringing in his ears after he asked the creative playmaker to give more in terms of his performances.
The duo won the LaLiga title together in 2011-12 but have both moved on since, Ozil to Arsenal in 2013 while Ronaldo joined Juventus in a deal worth €112million in July.
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"I've said in the past that I'm very happy to play for Arsenal. The second goal finished the match and the result".
Newcastle United saw their poor start to the Premier League season continue on Saturday afternoon and afterwards their fans took to social media to slaughter one player in particular after a poor showing. "Even if I just gave him two passes, he would score two goals and that's why he's one of the greatest footballers who's ever lived". But maybe in the second half we needed a little more balance on the pitch with the positioning. Emery added, "It's normal, I want the players I change or don't start to be angry, they have the ambition to help the team".
"I just think he's a world-class player".
'Benitez was the first of the Spanish coaches to be working here and is very experienced here, ' Emery said.
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The company a subsidiary of NiSource , a utility company that serves more than three million customers in seven states. Andover Fire Rescue Chief Michael Mansfield likened the scene to "Armageddon".