Hector Bellerin and Ian Wright lead the praise, while Arsenal fans go crazy with former player Serge Gnabry after he fired past four of Spurs yellow rivals in Champions League blows 7-2
- Serge Gnabry scored four times in the second half against Tottenham on Tuesday
- Gnabry fired Bayern Munich against Tottenham 7-2 defeat in north London
- Former German Arsenal pitch expressed pleasure in social media
Serge Gnabry once again haunted former rival Tottenham in the Champions League late on Tuesday to the delight of Arsenal fans.
The German striker scored four striking goals in the second half, with Bayern Munich humiliating Tottenham 7-2 despite losing 1-0 after just 12 minutes in north London.
Gnabry inevitably stole the headlines at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and, during the second half and after the final whistle, his former Arsenal camp sang his praise – with Hector Bellerin and Ian Wright leading the way.
Serge Gnabry scored four times on Tuesday night when Bayern Munich beat Tottenham 7-2
Arsenal star Hector Bellerin went to Twitter to praise Gnabry's performance in North London
Arsenal legend Ian Wright carried a GIF of a crying boy alongside clapping emojis
Bellerin, who climbed into Arsenal's academy next to the German, went to Twitter to express his delight: "joke @ SergeGnabry".
Meanwhile, Gunners legend Ian Wright uploaded a GIF to his social media page of a young boy shedding tears to reflect his Arsenal disappointment of letting him go, along with a five-hand clap emoji caption.
But it wasn't just Arsenal's current and former players who got involved, with fans gathering on social media as well.
Arsenal fans went to social media later to express their joy for Gnabry
This Arsenal fan joked that the club should sign the German striker after his fine showing
Arsenal fans have also asked Gnabry to return after the club sold him in 2016
An Arsenal fan tweeted: “Sell Gnabry to Werder Bremen so he can move to Bayern and score a hat trick against Spurs. Big Wenger did it again.
Another fan, who saw Arsenal unload the young star for just £ 4.5 million for Werder Bremen in 2016, joked: 'We should sign that Gnabry guy', while another wrote: ' Gnabry, please come back.
And finally, an Arsenal fan joked: “3 years too late, but Serge Gnabry has finally become an Arsenal legend”.
Another Gunners fan joked that Gnabry has become an Arsenal legend now
Tweets kept coming on Tuesday, with this fan writing: "Since a gunner is always a gunner"
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