Hector Bellerin Certainly Enjoyed Serge Gnabry's Four Goals Vs Spurs
Serge Gnabry really bought into his tag as former Arsenal player by scoring four past the Gunners' rivals Spurs, much to the enjoyment of his former teammate Hector Bellerin.
Bayern Munich beat Spurs 7-2 on Tuesday night in the Champions League and Gnabry was in scarily good form as he bagged four second half goals to embarrass Mauricio Pochettino's side.
Arsenal fans were certainly enjoying the performance of their former player and Bellerin took to Twitter to praise the forward:
Most Gunners' fans were taking to social media not to laugh at their rivals or rain plaudits down on Gnabry but to praise former manager Arsene Wenger for selling the 24-year-old.
Arsene Wenger sent Gnabry to Bayern in 2017 because he knew two years down the line he will come and disgrace Spurs in London.- Owuraku Ampofo (@owuraku_ampofo) October 1, 2019
Never question Father Wenger pic.twitter.com/72PQgvh1AT
Serge Gnabry has scored 2 goals against Tottenham- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) October 1, 2019
Arsene Wenger does it again... :eyes::joy: pic.twitter.com/D8dVXasLI7
BREAKING NEWS: Arsene Wenger has revealed he nearly signed Serge Gnabry for Arsenal when the player was at Arsenal.- Paddy Power (@paddypower) October 1, 2019
Selling Serge Gnabry to Werder Bremen, just so he could thrive in a weaker league and gain a move to Bayern in order to play CL football regularly and score a four goals against Spurs to destroy their confidence?- AfcVIP⁴⁹ (@VipArsenal) October 1, 2019
Arsène Wenger, he's done it again. #TOTFCB #afc pic.twitter.com/vaaYG8Rwx2
Arsene Wenger sold Gnabry to Bayern Munich, so he could come back to North London with Bayern and completely humiliate Tottenham and get Pochettino sacked. Arsene Wenger masterclass. pic.twitter.com/3MlvAKT9Wf- Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) October 1, 2019
Whilst the truth might be that the Frenchman, and the fans, might be a little embarrassed and wish the player was still at the Emirates he certainly won't be the most embarrassed of the forward's former managers.
Infamously Tony Pulis, then manager at West Brom, claimed the former Werder Bremen winger wasn't good enough for the Baggies when he was on loan there.
Hat-trick for Serge Gnabry :fire::fire::fire:- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 1, 2019
What a return to North London :eyes: pic.twitter.com/ejqPayKgTE
On Tuesday night it was plainly obvious just how good the German international is as his running, both on and off the ball, caused Spurs' defence no end of problems.
Arsenal fans would no doubt have enjoyed the performance a little more if it had come for them but the second best option is it coming against their local rivals.