Top Winners and Losers After Tuesday’s Champions League Matchday 2 Results

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Catherine Ivill/Getty ImagesSerge Gnabry’s four-goal heroics for Bayern Munich in the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night were likely bittersweet for Arsenal fans. Gunners supporters would have enjoyed seeing one of the club’s former players punish north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur, helping Die Roten leave England with a 7-2 win. However, Gnabry’s masterclass must make Arsenal think “what if?” about a player sold for just £5 million to Werder Bremen back in 2016, who is now a bona fide star for one of the heavyweights of the tournament.Spurs’ right-back Serge Aurier will be glad he doesn’t have to face Gnabry in the Premier League after the winger ruthlessly exposed his defensive vulnerabilities. Aurier’s horror show emphasised Tottenham’s growing problem at the position since Kieran Trippier was sold to Atletico Madrid during the summer.While last season’s beaten finalists took a hiding, record winners Real Madrid could only manage a draw at home to Club Brugge. Thibaut Courtois was the fall guy after a disastrous first half saw the former Chelsea goalkeeper hooked in favour of Alphonse Areola.Real haven’t been the same since Cristiano Ronaldo left in the summer of 2018. Ronaldo is now the attacking talisman for a Juventus side 3-0 winners over Bayer Leverkusen.While Ronaldo netted the third goal, Gonzalo Higuain proved his value for the Bianconeri. The Argentinian is a player reborn after returning from drab loan spells with AC Milan and Chelsea and finding the support of Maurizio Sarri.Tuesday ResultsReal Madrid 2-2 Club BruggeAtalanta 1-2 Shakhtar DonetskGalatasaray 0-1 Paris Saint-GermainTottenham Hotspur 2-7 Bayern MunichRed Star Belgrade 3-1 OlympiacosManchester City 2-0 Dinamo ZagrebJuventus 3-0 Bayer LeverkusenLokomotiv Moscow 0-2 Atletico MadridWinner: Serge GnabryThere were only glimpses of potential before Gnabry moved to Bayern. He made his Premier League debut for Arsenal during a defeat to Norwich City in 2012 and scored in a win away to Swansea City a year later.Arsene Wenger had fast-tracked the young prospect he’d signed from Stuttgart through the first team. It was

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