Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller has mocked Arsenal after former Gunners star Serge Gnabry again shone in the Champions League .
Gnabry left Arsenal in 2016 after just ten first team appearances and joined Bayern after a year with Werder Bremen.
He has gone from strength to strength in Munich and grabbed four goals at Tottenham during the Champions League group stage.
He bagged another two in the English capital on Tuesday as Bayern won 3-0 at Chelsea to give them the advantage in their last-16 tie.
It means all of the German’s Champions League goals this season have come in London and Muller was quick to move Gnabry’s former club.
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After the game, Sky Germany asked Bayern forward Muller: “Serge Gnabry has scored in his last six games in London. That’s crazy, right?”
Muller replied: “Yeah, Arsenal are perhaps asking themselves that!
“I’m happy he is scoring so much in London now and not five years ago, because if that were the case he probably wouldn’t be with us now.”
Gnabry joined Arsenal at the age of 16 having joined Stuttgart’s youth academy at the age of 12.
He never really impressed at the Emirates, being loaned out to West Brom for a spell, and former boss Arsene Wenger has questioned the German’s attitude.
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“This guy has no real limitations, it’s more how much does he want to suffer,” Wenger said on beIN SPORTS.
“He has pace, power, technical ability, he’s very intelligent but sometimes he looks the easy way in football. That was his problem.
“I gave him to West Brom, it didn’t work out at all. In fairness, we had an agreement with him but Bayern steered him away from Werder Bremen.
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“He has individual ability and collective ability. Because he didn’t play at West Brom I let him go with the German U21 team in the summer.
“He did very well, he was fresh and we had prepared him to sign his new contract and suddenly he wanted to go to Werder Bremen.
“But it wasn’t Werder Bremen who brought him, it was Bayern Munich. Less than one year later he moved from Bremen to Bayern but it was a done deal before.”
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