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Serge Gnabry Receives 10/10 Rating From L'Equipe After Scoring Four Goals Vs. Tottenham

Serge Gnabry Receives 10/10 Rating From L'Equipe After Scoring Four Goals Vs. Tottenham

He's just the 10th player to be handed a 10/10 rating.

Nasir Jabbar

Nasir Jabbar

Serge Gnabry has become just the 10th player in history to receive a coveted 10/10 rating from L'Equipe.

Gnabry scored four goals as Bayern Munich destroyed Tottenham 7-2 on their own patch in a Champions League group stage match.

Image: PA
Image: PA

His scintillating individual performance was the talk of the game with French outlet L'Equipe handing him an incredible 10/10.

Gnabry received the highest score from both sides. Teammate Robert Lewandowski, who netted two goals, was handed an 8/10 rating for his clinical display up front.

Image: L'Equipe
Image: L'Equipe

The ex-Arsenal youngster bagged all four of his goals in a sublime second-half showing. He scored his first in the 53rd minute then added another two minutes later.

He completed his hat-trick in the 83rd minute before rounding off the scoring five minutes later.

Since 1988, L'Equipe have only dished out eleven 10/10 ratings with Gnabry the latest to receive a maximum player rating.

L'Equipe's 10/10 ratings:

1. Franck Sauzee (1988)

2. Bruno Martini (1988)

3. Oleg Salenko (1994)

4. Lars Windfeld (1997)

5. Lionel Messi (2010)

6. Lionel Messi (2012)

7. Robert Lewandowski (2013)

8. Carlos Eduardo (2014)

9. Neymar (2018)

10. Dusan Tadic (2019)

11. Serge Gnabry (2019)

Speaking after his four-goal haul, Gnabry said: "I think the other teams know we are not stopping. After the 3-1 or 4-2 we could have stopped but we wanted more. I think it's a big message for everyone else.

"It was a great performance - one of the best we've had so far. To score seven goals away at Tottenham, I don't think this happens a lot! It was a great night and we're in a good place now in the Champions League."

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