SERGE GNABRY was hilariously tormented by his team-mates after the 7-2 win over Tottenham.
The former Arsenal star was the star of show as he bagged four goals in the second half of the Champions League clash.
3 Niklas Sule brutally chopped down four-goal Bayern hero Serge Gnabry
3 The former Arsenal escaped unscathed after falling to the floor
But his Bayern team-mates decided to celebrate his incredible performance in a very bizarre way.
German defender Niklas Sule left him in a heap on the floor after he tried to slide tackle him.
The 24-year-old then tried to claim the match ball – which would have been his to keep after his hat-trick.
But Javi Martinez had other ideas.
The 31-year-old cruelly booted the football into the away end of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Gnabry looked baffled before he turned to the crowd and called for them to return his souvenir.
After a clip of the incident was posted online, one Arsenal fan replied: "Come home, we'll take better care of you @Serge Gnabry @Arsenal."
3 The 24-year-old looked back at the crowd after he lost his souvenir ball
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While another joked: "In all seriousness, shouldn't he be booked for that tackle? Not 100 per cent sure on the rules but the ball is nowhere to be seen when he makes that tackle?"
One Twitter user said: "Please tell me the fans gave him the ball back."
Spurs were thrashed 7-2 after goals from Joshua Kimmich and a brace Robert Lewandowski sealed the deal.