Serge Gnabry Brutally Trolls Tottenham One Final Time On Twitter After His Four Goal Display
Serge Gnabry managed to make Arsenal fans fall even deeper in love with him after his four goals against Spurs, by saying that north London was red on social media.
The Bayern Munich forward was in stunning and irrepressible form for the Germans as they embarrassed Spurs 7-2 in the Champions League on Tuesday night.
If Arsenal fans weren't already loving their ex player destroying their rivals then his post match post on social media would have grown the love even more.
I love you so much- William (fan account) (@OzilThings) October 1, 2019
YEEESSS IT IS SERGE :red_circle::muscle:- Tahir Al-Mubarak (@TA94_x) October 1, 2019
i'm horny- J (@Saliba_SZN) October 1, 2019
Yes it is, Serge. Yes it is.- Dan Critchlow (@afcDW) October 1, 2019
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Bayern know all too well what it's like to 'own' north London, having beaten Arsenal 5-1 on three occasions in recent past, and their 7-2 demolition of Tottenham only confirmed the news.
Gnabry will have loved sticking it to his former side's biggest and closest rivals on Tuesday night, even though he only made 18 appearances for the Premier League side during his time in England.
His performance against Mauricio Pochettino's side showed just how far he'd come since leaving England for Bayern, via Werder Bremen.
In the second half Gnabry ran wild against the Spurs defence, scoring four times, and causing fellow Serge, Aurier, a lot of trouble on the left hand side of their backline.
The 24-year-old hadn't previously scored in the Champions League but her certainly put that right in just 45 minutes.
His performance added to Spurs' recent woes, after losing in the Carabao Cup to League Two Rochdale and throwing away a two goal lead against Olympiakos in Matchday One of the Champions League.
There's a lot that Arsenal fans will be enjoying about their rivals right now, Gnabry's tweet is certainly top of the list.
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