Gnabry does something unprecedented in German football history

Serge Gnabry is having the most flourishing days in both Bayern Munich and Germany when he just broke Miroslav Klose’s scoring record. In Germany’s 2-2 draw against Argentina in the friendly match series on October 10, Gnabry scored the opening goal for the former World Cup champion in the 16th minute. This is the 10th goal after only 11 games of the player is wearing a Bayern jersey for Germany.

Gnabry has surpassed the legendary Miroslav Klose to enter the history of German football as the fastest 10-goal player in history. In the past, Klose lost 13 games to get the first 10 goals for Die Mannschaft.

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The opponents that Klose had scored at the time included Albania (1 goal), Greece (1 goal), Israel (3 goals), Austria (3 goals) and Saudi Arabia (3 goals). Gnabry owns a number of “victims” much more impressive than Klose. The Bayern midfielder has conceded San Marino (3 goals), Russia (1 goal), Netherlands (2 goals), Estonia (2 goals), Northern Ireland (1 goal) and Argentina (1 goal).

Gnabry is in high form. Since the beginning of the season, the player born in 1995 has 5 goals and 4 assists after 9 matches for Bayern. 4 of these goals were scored against Tottenham in the UEFA Champions League.

Gnabry also went down in history when, along with Mario Gomez, the Germans scored four goals in a match in Europe’s most prestigious arena. Gnabry’s price is now £ 54 million. The German player is Bayern’s number one option as a right-winger, replacing retired Arjen Robben.

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In Germany’s draw against Argentina, the remaining scorer for Die Mannschaft was Kai Havertz. This is also the midfielder’s first goal for the national team, and was made right in his debut match. The scorers for Argentina are Lucas Alario and Lucas Ocampos.

Gnabry used to play at VfB Stuttgart youth team, he was bought by Arsenal club for £ 100,000 in 2010. But it was not until 2011 when he was 16 years old, Gnabry arrived in England and officially joined the Arsenal youth club. . In the 2012-13 Premier League season, Gnabry was promoted to the first team and played 24 minutes in a match against Conventry City F.C. on September 26, 2012 at the Capital One Cup tournament. In that match, Arsenal won 6-1.

Author: editor386

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