IT was five years ago this month that Serge Gnabry signed for West Brom on a season-long loan from Arsenal. But Tony Pulis gave the young German just 12 minutes of Premier League action before cutting the deal short and sending him back to the Emirates. Last night Pulis was left squirming with embarrassment as Gnabry fired Bayern Munich into the Champions League final with a magnificent two-goal performance. And it’s not only Pulis who should be feeling shame-faced considering Arsenal sold him the following summer for just £5million. How the Gunners could do with a player of Gnabry’s class right now as they contemplate a fourth successive season out of Europe’s top competition. Instead the 25-year-old winger will be lighting up Sunday’s showpiece final against Paris St.Germain.And what a mouth-watering match that promises to be after a seemingly unstoppable Bayern extended their incredible winning run to 20 games. It might not have been as easy as it was in last Friday’s 8-2 quarter-final humiliation of Barcelona. But it was still comfortable enough for boss Hansi Flick as his all-conquering team survived a couple of early scares before turning Lyon tamers.The only previous time Lyon reached this stage of the… Read full this story
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