The Gunners duo both score during the convincing win, while Ozil also registered an assist with a superb flick towards Olivier Giroud.
The result has done wonders for Arsenal's league campaign, lifting them to fifth in the Premier League, just one point off third-placed Manchester United and only behind Southampton by one on goal difference following their surprise defeat to Swansea City.
Naturally, the Gunners were delighted on social media after the game - Jamie Carragher look away now.
Along with Ozil and 19-year-old Bellerin, the injured Mathieu Debuchy also tweeted his support to his team-mates, while star man Alexis Sanchez admitted he was upset at having missed the Aston Villa win.
With several notable first-team members back from injury, then, and the wind in their sails, can Arsenal do what they've done time after time and finish in the top four this term?
Next up is the ultimate crunch clash for Arsenal, as they travel to White Hart Lane to face Tottenham Hotspur next Saturday.
Happy for the great win of the Team......sad for not being at the field...— Alexis Sánchez (@Alexis_Sanchez) February 1, 2015
Great win guys ! Well done— Mathieu debuchy (@MatDebuchy) February 1, 2015