Tottenham Hotspur were absolutely humiliated by Bayern Munich this evening.

Tottenham Hotspur have endured an absolutely horrendous night, as they were smashed 7-2 at home by Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

Spurs headed into the game needing a response having thrown away a 2-0 lead at Olympiacos in their last Champions League game, drawing 2-2 in Greece.

Son Heung-min fired Tottenham in front, but that was as good as it got for Spurs. Joshua Kimmich equalised, and Robert Lewandowski fired Bayern in front with a superb finish to turn the game on its head.

Former Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry then took over, scoring twice in three minutes to make it 4-1, and whilst Harry Kane scored from the spot to bring Spurs back into the game, worse was to come.

Gnabry got his hat-trick, Lewandowski added number six and Gnabry scored yet again to complete a 7-2 win, with a late flurry of goals leaving Tottenham completely shellshocked.

Gnabry has unsurprisingly grabbed the headlines having smashed four goals, and not only that, but his history as a former Arsenal player means his demolition of Tottenham is even more noteworthy.

The 24-year-old spent five years with Arsenal, failing to really make much of an impact before heading back to Germany with Werder Bremen, and he’s now shown what the Gunners are missing.

Still, he’s shown he still loves Arsenal having taken to Twitter straight after the game to tweet ‘North London is red’, rubbing salt in the Spurs wounds whilst giving Gunners fans something to savour after a superb display.

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