Thomas Muller has aimed a dig at Arsenal after Serge Gnabry's match-winning performance against Chelsea on Tuesday.
The former Gunners winger grabbed a quickfire brace at Stamford Bridge to help Bayern Munich to a 3-0 first leg win in the Champions League last-16.
It takes his tally in the competition to six goals, with his other four strikes also coming in London against Tottenham back in October.
Arsenal let Gnabry leave the club back in 2016, and Muller was quick to point out their mistake.
Speaking after the match, Muller was asked by Sky Germany: “Serge Gnabry has scored in his last six games in London. That’s crazy, right?”
Muller swiftly replied: “Yeah, Arsenal are perhaps asking themselves that.”
Chelsea had kept Bayern largely at bay in the first half of their encounter, with Muller's effort off the crossbar the closest the German champions came to scoring.
But the Blues could not keep their opponents out for much longer, and soon found themselves behind.
Gnabry played a reverse ball down the side of the Chelsea defence for Robert Lewandowski to run onto, before the Pole cut the ball back for his teammate to open the scoring.
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