Hector Bellerin and Ian Wright lead the praise as Arsenal fans go wild for former player Serge Gnabry after he fired FOUR past bitter rivals Spurs in 7-2 Champions League thrashing
- Serge Gnabry scored four times in the second half vs Tottenham on Tuesday
- Gnabry fired Bayern Munich to a 7-2 thrashing of Tottenham in north London
- The German’s former Arsenal camp expressed their delight on social media
Serge Gnabry came back to haunt former rivals Tottenham in the Champions League on Tuesday night, much to the delight of Arsenal supporters.
The German forward scored a remarkable four goals in the second half as Bayern Munich humiliated Tottenham 7-2 despite going 1-0 down after just 12 minutes in north London.
Gnabry inevitably stole the headlines at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and throughout the second half and after the final whistle, his former Arsenal camp sang his praises – with Hector Bellerin and Ian Wright leading the way.
Serge Gnabry scored four times on Tuesday night as Bayern Munich thrashed Tottenham 7-2
Arsenal star Hector Bellerin took to Twitter to hail Gnabry’s performance in north London
Arsenal legend Ian Wright uploaded a GIF of a young boy crying, alongside hand clap emojis
Bellerin, who rose through the academy at Arsenal alongside the German took to Twitter to express his delight: ‘@SergeGnabry joke man.’
Meanwhile, Gunners legend Ian Wright uploaded a GIF onto his social media page of a young boy shedding tears to reflect his disappointment in Arsenal letting him go, alongside a caption of five hand clap emojis.
But it wasn’t just former and present Arsenal players that got involved, with fans flocking to social media too.
Arsenal fans flocked to social media afterwards to express their delight with Gnabry
This Arsenal fan joked that the club should sign the German forward following his fine display
Arsenal fans also pleaded for Gnabry to come back after the club sold him back in 2016
One Arsenal supporter tweeted: ‘Sells Gnabry to Werder Bremen so that he can move to Bayern and score a hat trick against Spurs. Big Wenger has done it again.’
Another fan, who saw Arsenal offload the young star for just £4.5m to Werder Bremen in 2016, joked: ‘We should sign that Gnabry guy’, while another wrote: ‘Gnabry please come back.’
And finally, one Arsenal supporter joked: ‘3 years too late, but Serge Gnabry has finally become an Arsenal legend.’
Another Gunners supporter joked that Gnabry has become an Arsenal legend now
The tweets kept flocking in on Tuesday, with this fan writing: ‘Once a Gunner always a Gunner’