Arsenal Brutally Trolled After Ex-Gunner Serge Gnabry Nets Hat-Trick On Germany Debut
Arsenal must be feeling really bad for letting Serge Gnabry leave the Emirates this summer after the youngster scored a hat-trick on his senior Germany debut. And now Werder Bremen’s official Twitter account has added salt to their wounds by trolling the English giants for their mistake.
After their striker scored a brilliant debut in Germany’s 8-0 rout of San Marino, Werder Bremen took to Twitter to list the youngster’s achievement but made sure to make the Gunners realise their mistake.
— SV Werder Bremen EN (@werderbremen_en) November 11, 2016
Arsenal fans too criticised Arsene Wenger for letting the youngster leave the club and keeping Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain at the club. The 21-year old was sold by Wenger after his failed loan spell at West Brom. The Bundesliga outfit grabbed the opportunity by signing him for a reported fee of just £4.5 million and the midfielder has justified their faith by scoring four goals in nine games for his new club.
Gnabry was sacrificed because Arsenal wanted to give Oxlade-Chamberlain more time. Now he's scoring for Germany.
— Michael Vazquez (@theothermikev) November 11, 2016
How on earth did Wenger keep Ox at Arsenal letting Gnabry go?
— ZWELIBANZI MGUNI (@ZWELIBANZIMGUNI) November 11, 2016
Well, one can say that the Gunners fans will not miss the Germany international for the time being. The North London club has made a fine start to the season with their midfielders and strikers in brilliant form. However, it is quite likely that Wenger will be criticised again if any of the first team players become unavailable for any reason.
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