German international winger Serge Gnabry no longer plays for Premier League giants Arsenal but he still managed to haunt North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League on Tuesday.
The Bayern Munich star proved to be the thorn in the flesh of last season’s Champions League finalists Tottenham Hotspur during their game at the new White Hart Lane.
Serge Gnabry scored four goals to help Bayern Munich recover from a goal down to thrash Spurs 7-2 away from home.
All his goals came in the second half of the Group B game.
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Tottenham Hotspur had earlier taken the lead on 12 minutes though South Korean international Heung-Min Son before the visitors equalised three minutes later through a wonder strike from Joshua Kimmich.
Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski edged his team ahead for the first time in the game on the stroke of halftime before the quickfire brace from Serge Gnabry within two minutes took the Bavarian giants 4-1 ahead.
An Harry Kane penalty brought the deficit back to two for Tottenham Hotspur on the hour mark.
Bayern Munich went on to score three goals in the last ten minutes through Serge Gnabry (2) and Robert Lewandowski to make it a comprehensive victory over Spurs.