TOTTENHAM were battered by Bayern Munich last night and rival fans are not pulling any punches on Twitter.
After the historic 7-2 defeat, memes are flooding in with the ever-popular No Context Hearn making an appearance.
4 Spurs suffered a humiliating defeat against Bayern Munich last nightCredit: AFP or licensors
Gnabry running through that Spurs defence https://t.co/4lnlDUd2v9
— Cillian Hughes (@hughes_cillian) October 1, 2019
Former Arsenal star Serge Gnabry helped himself to four goals before declaring that "North London is RED!!!"
And one cheeky tweet suggested what he might have said about the Spurs defence.
In it, boxing promoter Eddie Hearn declares: "Irrelevant, boring, old, yesterday’s news, out of the way, excuse me, we’re coming in."
Arsenal fans were quick to hail Gnabry for running rings around their rivals, although they questioned why the Gunners let him go for just £5million.
One wrote on Twitter: “I love you so much.”
Another said: “Yes it is, Serge. Yes it is."
A third asked: "Where do you want your statue Serge?"
And a final user added: "Once a Gooner Always a Gooner"
Bayern Munich even got in on the banter – as they often do with their Twitter account – and joked: "So nice to be back in North London with loads of Arsenal fans in our notifications."
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After the defeat, which saw Robert Lewandowski bag a brace and Joshua Kimmich strike after Spurs took the lead, Mauricio Pochettino slammed his flops.
Tottenham boss Poch said: “This type of situation can happen and you need to show your quality like a man first, to face it like a professional, like a man.
“You need to put your quality, how you are strong, to face this type of situation. What comes after is the professional side.
“Now we need to be men and be strong together to try to bounce back and change this feeling.”
North London is RED!!! pic.twitter.com/1Te5YjqpWo
— Serge Gnabry (@SergeGnabry) October 1, 2019
So nice to be back in North London with loads of Arsenal fans in our notifications 🙃 pic.twitter.com/OfmhcnNhzY
— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) October 1, 2019