“North London is Red” – Former Arsenal star Serge Gnabry trolls Tottenham on Twitter
Former Arsenal attacker Serge Gnabry trolled Tottenham on Twitter after Bayern Munich’s humiliating 7-2 victory in the Champions League last night.
Former Arsenal attacker Serge Gnabry trolled Tottenham on Twitter after scoring a four-goal haul during Bayern Munich’s humiliating 7-2 victory in the Champions League last night.
Spurs made a positive at the New Tottenham Stadium after Heung-min Son opened the scoring but Joshua Kimmich and Robert Lewandowski put Bayern in control with goals before half-time.
Gnabry hit a quick-fire double shortly after the break to make it 4-1 to the visitors and although Harry Kane pulled one back from the penalty spot, Lewandowski got himself on the score-sheet again while Gnabry bagged a late brace to seal a thumping 7-2 victory for the Bundesliga champions.
The defeat is the worst European home loss suffered by any Premier League team in history and highlights the growing problems Mauricio Pochettino is dealing with following a poor start to the new season.
If that wasn’t’ bad enough, former Arsenal attacker Gnabry took to social media after the game to poke fun at Tottenham on Twitter by declaring that ‘North London is Red’.
North London is RED!!! pic.twitter.com/1Te5YjqpWo
— Serge Gnabry (@SergeGnabry) October 1, 2019
This was a clear nod to his days at Arsenal as Gnabry spent five years at the Emirates Stadium before joining Bayern Munich in 2016 having failed to force his way into Arsene Wenger’s starting eleven.
Understandably, Gnabry’s tweet has gone down well in the red half of north London with some Arsenal fans declaring ‘once a gooner always a gooner’.
However, many are furious that the club allowed the German international to leave as last night’s stunning performance proved Gnabry is developing into an excellent player who would no doubt be a real asset to Arsenal had he remained at the club.
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