Tottenham’s tormentor Serge Gnabry does it again as Chelsea suffer horror night against Bayern Munich in C

Serge Gnabry continued his torment of London clubs with a double as ten-man Chelsea lost 3-0 to Bayern Munich in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 clash at Stamford Bridge.

The former Arsenal man, who scored four goals at Tottenham in the group stages, put the Blues to the sword with two quickfire goals in the second-half as the German champions put one foot in the quarter-finals.

Gnabry was at it again in London

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Gnabry was at it again in London

Robert Lewandowski added a third before Marcos Alonso was sent off for an apparent elbow on the Poland striker to round off an awful night for Frank Lampard’s side.

The Blues will also be without Jorginho for the return leg in Munich on March 18, after the Italy midfielder picked up a cheap yellow card for dissent.

Lewandowski took his season’s tally to a remarkable 43 goals in 39 games for club and country, but in reality it was the all-court striker’s two assists that sealed Bayern’s victory.

Gnabry never made the grade at Arsenal despite possessing bundles of talent, but he has flourished into a marauding winger of the highest quality at Bayern.

The 24-year-old notched his 16th and 17th goals of an already hugely fruitful club campaign.

Chelsea were humbled by Bayern

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Chelsea were humbled by Bayern

First Lewandowski cut back in hugely unselfish move, to lay the opener on a silver platter for Gnabry.

And almost as soon as Bayern were ahead, they doubled that advantage.

Lewandowski drifted out to the left wing, flicked a header inside for Gnabry – he raced onto the ball and fed his striker again.

And once more Lewandowski returned the compliment, with Gnabry racing through before feathering the ball into the far corner past a blameless Caballero.

The the Poland striker got his goal, as Alphonso Davies raced down the left and teed him up for a tap-in.