Arsenal fans trolled Chelsea after former Gunners ace Serge Gnabry led Bayern Munich to a stunning 3-0 triumph at Stamford Bridge. Gnabry scored a brace within three minutes against the Blues before Robert Lewandowski capped off an important win that gives Bayern a major advantage ahead of the return fixture in the Champions League last-16.
HE’S DONE IT AGAIN, HE’S DONE IT AGAINNNN, ARSENE WENGER, HE’S DONE IT AGAIN
The Germany international put together a masterful performance almost four months after scoring a whopping four goals against Tottenham in north London during the group stage.
Arsenal supporters appear to be particularly pleased with the 24-year-old’s recent success against their London rivals and even credit part of that form to legendary manager Arsene Wenger who signed him from Stuttgart in 2011 and called him up to the senior squad a year later.
One fan decided to share a popular chant about Wenger on BT Sport’s highlights video on YouTube, which has attracted 430 likes.
The supporter posted: “HE’S DONE IT AGAIN, HE’S DONE IT AGAINNNN, ARSENE WENGER, HE’S DONE IT AGAIN.”
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Various fans appear to be agreeing with him as they believe this is indeed Wenger’s doing.
One user wrote: “Another Wenger masterclass. He sold Gnabry so that he would kick Spurs and Chelsea out of CL.”
And another said: “Sold Gnabry to Bayern to score 4 against Spurs and to knock Chelsea out of the CL. Arsène Wenger. Hes done it again!”
Wenger always believed in Gnabry’s ability and was hesitant of letting him go to Werder Bremen in 2016 despite a run of poor form in north London.
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However, the Frenchman added that the youngster showed an important weakness on his watch as he would usually look for the “easy way” to break in to his starting line-up.
Wenger said after Bayern’s victory over Chelsea: “He has no real limitations it’s more how much does he want to suffer.
“Because he has pace, power, technical ability, he’s very intelligent, sometimes he looks for the easy way in football. That’s what was his problem. He lacked a bit.
“I gave him to West Brom, it didn’t work out at all. In fairness I think we had an agreement with him but Bayern stole him away from Werder Bremen.
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“He’s a good player. He has individual ability and collective ability. We had an agreement with him but because he didn’t play at West Brom I let him go with the U21s in the summer with the German national team and he did very well of course.
“We had prepared him for us to sign his new contract but then suddenly he wanted to go to Werder Bremen. But it was not Werder Bremen that bought him it was Munich that bought him.
“Because six months or less than one year later he moved from Bremen to Bayern but it was a done deal before.
“He was at the end of his contract and we thought that he would stay because he told he would stay.”
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