Serge Gnabry rubbed salt into Tottenham wounds after his four goals helped Bayern Munich demolish Tottenham 7-2 in the Champions League on Tuesday night.
Spurs were embarrassed on home turf as four second-half goals from former Arsenal winger Gnabry helped the Bundesliga champions to a thumping Group B win.
The heaviest defeat of Pochettino’s reign is the latest in a string of poor results for the north London club this term following their run to the final of this competition last season.
Spurs went ahead through Son Heung-min and briefly threatened a comeback after Harry Kane’s penalty made it 4-2 before Bayern ran away with three goals in the final 10 minutes.
Joshua Kimmich had drawn the German club level, while in-form striker Robert Lewandowski gave them a half-time lead before claiming his second during the closing minutes.
“North London is RED!!!” he tweeted, alongside pictures of him celebrating his goals.
North London is RED!!! pic.twitter.com/1Te5YjqpWo
— Serge Gnabry (@SergeGnabry) October 1, 2019
After the match, Gnabry spoke to Sky Sport Deutschland, he said: “It’s difficult to put this into words, winning 7-2. None of us would have imagined this.
“To have scored four goals is also an amazing feeling. I imagine all the Arsenal fans enjoyed that one!
“Obviously it’s a great result for us and we’re going to enjoy the evening.”