Like last season, it seems Tottenham are going to need a minor miracle just to qualify from their Champions League group.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side allowed a 2-0 lead slip in Greece against Olympiacos during matchday one, leaving with a 2-2 draw.
They needed a result against Bayern Munich.
And when Son Heung-min gave them a 12th-minute lead, that’s exactly what looked like was going to happen in north London.
It was well deserved but Spurs missed a couple of opportunities to double their lead.
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They were made to pay.
Joshua Kimmich scored a brilliant equaliser from outside the box before Robert Lewandowski put Bayern ahead at the break with a terrific finish.
But two goals in two second-half minutes from former Arsenal man Serge Gnabry took the game away from Spurs.
Gnabry played a total of 18 times for Arsenal before being allowed to join Werder Breman for just £5 million in 2016.
The 24-year-old has scored nine goals in his first 10 appearances for Germany and Gooners must be wondering why he was allowed to leave the club.
Spurs didn’t give up, though.
Five minutes later, Harry Kane had pulled one back for Spurs from the penalty spot after Danny Rose had been brought down.
But Gnabry completed his hat-trick with seven minutes remaining.
Once again, the German got the run on Serge Aurier and he finished calmly past Lloris.
But Bayern weren't done there.
Lewandowski still had time to produce another world-class finish to make it 6-2 and Gnabry made it 7-2 with another brilliant finish.
What a night for the former Arsenal man.News Now - Sport News