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Bayern humiliate Tottenham

Former Arsenal player Serge Gnabry scored four goals to help Bayern Munich thrash Tottenham Hotspur 7-2 in the UEFA Champions League this morning.

24-year-old Gnabry had never scored in the Champions League before netting all four of his goals in the second half, with his first two coming in a span of two minutes to give Bayern an unassailable 4-1 lead.

He completed the rout with a goal in the 88th, one minute after Robert Lewandowski bagged his second at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Following the humbling defeat, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino said,”The feeling at the end, when we conceded the three goals, it was like the team was tired and gave up a little bit.

“Maybe that showed a little bit our frustration in the game because up until 83 minutes the team were alive, we were fighting, trying to create chances to score a third goal and we were still in the game. But they were very clinical.

“Of course we are so disappointed. I cannot say another thing other than I feel very very disappointed. I feel so bad because when you concede seven goals it is tough, but you need to face up to this type of situation.

“When you play the final of the Champions League, it was nice to put your face up after the wins we had at Manchester City and Ajax. Now I have to put my same face up and accept we were not as good as we expected.”

It is the first time in the club’s history that Tottenham have conceded seven goals at home in a major competition.

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