Serge David Gnabry (German: [gɐˈnabʁiː]; French: [ɲabʁi]; born 14 July 1995) is a German professional footballer who plays as a winger for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Germany national team.
Gnabry lining up for Germany in 2019
|Full name||Serge David Gnabry|
|Date of birth||14 July 1995|
|Place of birth||Stuttgart, Germany|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2015–2016||→ West Bromwich Albion (loan)||1||(0)|
|2017–2018||→ 1899 Hoffenheim (loan)||22||(10)|
|2017–2018||→ 1899 Hoffenheim II (loan)||1||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 18:50, 3 January 2021 (UTC)|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 21:39, 17 November 2020 (UTC)
Gnabry started his career in England with Arsenal in the Premier League, making his professional debut in September 2012. He also had a brief spell on loan with West Bromwich Albion before moving back to Germany to join Werder Bremen in 2016. In 2017, he signed for Bayern Munich before being loaned to 1899 Hoffenheim for the 2017–18 season. In 2018–19, his first season with Bayern Munich, he won the Bundesliga title and was named their Player of the Season. The following season, Gnabry scored 23 goals as Bayern sealed a continental treble consisting of the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and UEFA Champions League.
After appearing for Germany at various youth levels, Gnabry made his senior international debut in November 2016 in a 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification match against San Marino. He scored a hat-trick in the 8–0 win.
Gnabry's former club VfB Stuttgart agreed to a £100,000 deal with Premier League side Arsenal in 2010, but he had to wait until 2011, when he was 16, to join the English side. Gnabry officially joined Arsenal for the 2011–12 season. He played for the under-18s for the majority of the season but was then promoted to the reserves after impressive displays. By the end of the season, Gnabry had played six games, scoring two goals.
2012–15: Development and limited gametimeEdit
The 2012–13 season started off well for Gnabry after he was called up to the Arsenal first team for a pre-season friendly against FC Köln. He played 24 minutes after coming on at half-time and was replaced by Marouane Chamakh in the 69th minute. He then made his professional first-team debut for Arsenal on 26 September 2012 against Coventry City in the League Cup as a 72nd-minute substitute for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as Arsenal routed Coventry 6–1. On 20 October 2012, he made his Premier League debut in the 1–0 defeat against Norwich City at Carrow Road. At 17 years and 98 days, he became Arsenal's second-youngest player in the league's history after Jack Wilshere. Four days later, he made his UEFA Champions League debut, coming on as a substitute in Arsenal's 2–0 home loss to Schalke 04.
On 25 March 2013, Gnabry scored the only goal in a 1–0 win over CSKA Moscow U19s in the quarter-finals of the NextGen Series. He scored a late equaliser against Chelsea U19s to make it 3–3 in the semi-finals of the same competition, before Arsenal lost 4–3 in extra time. In the following game on 8 April, Gnabry scored a goal against Liverpool U21s in an eventual 3–2 away defeat.
In the first game of the 2013–14 season, Gnabry was included in Arsenal's first-team squad against Aston Villa and started the game on the bench. He then made his first start for the club on 22 September 2013 in the Premier League against Stoke City after Theo Walcott was ruled out just before kick-off. He played 73 minutes before being subbed out for Ryo Miyaichi as Arsenal won the match 3–1. He scored his first professional goal in the next league match against Swansea City to lead Arsenal to a 2–1 victory and leave them top of the Premier League table. On 26 October, he won a penalty away at Crystal Palace in an eventual 2–0 victory for Arsenal. Gnabry's impressive start to the season resulted in a nomination for the 2013 Golden Boy Award, and a new five-year contract with Arsenal.
Gnabry went on to make 14 appearances in the 2013–14 season, including impressive performances in the FA Cup against Tottenham Hotspur and Coventry, with Gnabry helping Arsenal go on to win the tournament that year, featuring on the bench in the next two games against Liverpool and Everton.
Following his breakout season, Gnabry missed most of the 2014–15 season due to a serious knee injury which kept him away from the first team for over a year. However, he captained and played 65 minutes for the Arsenal U21s as they beat Newcastle United U21s 2–1 in February 2015.
Loan to West Bromwich AlbionEdit
On 7 August 2015, Gnabry joined West Bromwich Albion on a season-long loan to gain first-team experience. He made his debut as a substitute in a 3–2 defeat to Chelsea on 23 August 2015. However, he did not make any further league appearances, with manager Tony Pulis stating in October that Gnabry was "not at the required level" to play for West Brom. In January, he was recalled from his loan after lacking first-team action at West Brom. He finished the 2015–16 season with a Premier League appearance and two League Cup appearances.
On 31 August 2016, Gnabry signed for Bundesliga side Werder Bremen for a reported transfer fee of £5 million. Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger had wanted to extend Gnabry's contract at Arsenal before his move, but a lack of first-team opportunities meant that the midfielder sought a move elsewhere.
Loan to 1899 HoffenheimEdit
On 14 June 2017, Bayern Munich announced that Serge Gnabry was moving to 1899 Hoffenheim on a season-long loan. Gnabry had wished for the move to gain more experience. He scored his first and second league goal in the 4–0 victory over RB Leipzig. He scored 10 goals in his 22 appearances in the season helping Hoffenheim to finish third in the league table and secured a Champions League spot for the next season. He finished the 2017–18 season with 10 goals in 26 appearances. He also made an appearance in the Regionalliga Südwest for the reserve team.
2018–20: Breakthrough and silverwareEdit
On 2 July 2018, Gnabry was presented as a Bayern Munich player. Gnabry was assigned the jersey number 22. On 1 September, Gnabry made his Bundesliga debut for Bayern Munich in a 3–0 win at Stuttgart when he came on as a substitute in the 77th minute. On 3 November 2018, Gnabry scored his first Bundesliga goal for Bayern Munich in a 1–1 draw against Freiburg. On 1 December 2018, Gnabry scored two goals in a 2–1 win against his former club Werder Bremen. On 2 March 2019, Gnabry scored Bayern Munich's 4000th Bundesliga goal during a 5–1 win over Gladbach, helping the club become the first team to achieve the milestone. On 5 March 2019, he signed a new contract with Bayern Munich until 2023, and finished the Bundesliga season as Bayern's second top scorer with 10 goals in 30 matches. He won his first Bundesliga title as Bayern finished two points above Dortmund with 78 points.
On 1 October 2019, Gnabry scored four goals in the 2019–20 UEFA Champions League 7–2 away win against Tottenham Hotspur. On 25 February 2020, he scored a brace against Chelsea in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 in a 3–0 away win. This made him the first player to score six away goals in London in a single edition of the Champions League. On 14 August, he scored one goal in an 8–2 win against Barcelona in the quarter-finals. On 19 August, he scored a brace in a 3–0 win over Lyon in the semi-finals; hence, he has scored nine goals in nine matches in the competition. Bayern won 1–0 over Paris Saint-Germain in the final, to be his first Champions League title along with his teammate Joshua Kimmich, another VfB Stuttgart academy product.
Gnabry started the 2020–21 season by acquiring the No. 7 shirt, after Franck Ribéry who had worn it for eleven years. In the first match of the season, Gnabry scored a hat-trick in an 8–0 win over Schalke, to be his first ever Bundesliga hat-trick.
2016 Summer OlympicsEdit
On 15 July 2016, Germany selected Gnabry to participate in the 2016 Summer Olympics. On 4 August, he started for Germany against Mexico and scored Germany's first goal after 58 minutes in a 2–2 draw with Mexico. Three days later, he tripled his tally by putting two past South Korea, the second being a stoppage time free kick that helped Germany salvage a point in a 3–3 draw. On 10 August, Gnabry contributed two more goals in a 10–0 defeat of Fiji. In Germany's quarter-final match against Portugal, he scored his sixth goal of the tournament just before half-time as Germany prevailed with a 4–0 win. He ended the tournament as the joint top scorer along with his teammate Nils Petersen, helping Germany to win the silver medal.
On 4 November 2016, Gnabry received his first call-up to the German senior team. Seven days later, he scored three goals on his debut in a 2018 World Cup qualifier against San Marino in an 8–0 away win. On 9 October 2019, during a 2–2 friendly international draw with Argentina, Gnabry became the fastest player to reach 10 goals for the nation, doing so in his 11th appearance and beating Miroslav Klose's record by 2 games. On 19 November 2019, he scored three goals in the 6–1 victory against Northern Ireland. It was his second hat-trick in his international career.
Style of playEdit
Gnabry, who could not join Bayern's academy since it is two-hour drive from his home in Stuttgart, went to Arsenal when he was only 15. He later battled for fitness and first-team minutes, so he was loaned out to West Bromwich where manager Tony Pulis mentioned that he wasn't ready for top-flight football, and was not good enough to play at the Hawthorns. Pulis later commented on him after his good performances with Bayern: "I'm amazed. We had him at West Brom, we took him on loan and we could never get him fit. He even got taken off in an Under-21 game and he went back to Arsenal and they sold him on ... To have him at West Brom and seeing him do what he's done is absolutely amazing."
Afterwards, he decided to return to Germany to put his career back on track, where Rio Ferdinand mentioned: "I saw him in Dubai on the beach, him and [Hector] Bellerin came and they were just having a bit of time off. He was in a real kind of down, depressive kind of mood. He wasn't playing, he wasn't fancied and he was just talking about 'I'm really going to work hard now, I'm really going to put my effort in, I'm going to train hard etc'. You could see the determination and the desire to actually become a player and what he's done to go and turn his career around the way he has, has been phenomenal. He deserves enormous credit for that because some players would fold under that disappointment of not playing somewhere." His Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger also commented: "Let's not forget Gnabry, I bought him at the age of 15 from Stuttgart and he was injured a lot. He's creative, he can score goals, right-footed, left-footed, good power, good penetration, very, very clever with the timing of his runs", then added, "I had given him out on loan to West Brom and he didn't play a game. He came back, he was injured. We worked very hard with him for six months and he went out with the German national team, under-21's, and Bayern made a deal with Werder Bremen. He wanted to sign in the end, didn't want to extend his contract (with Arsenal) and I was very sad. But we couldn't get over the line with him because I knew he would have a great career. He can be a number nine, a number 10...he's a very intelligent player." Meanwhile, his former Arsenal teammate Lukas Podolski said: "He was unlucky and had a few injuries. He did well in training".
His Werder Bremen coach Alexander Nouri mentioned: "He was suffering a lot of injuries, so he couldn't consistently work on his physical strength. He wanted to come back as fast as possible". In the meantime, Gnabry improved his ability to score in both feet, where Nouri added: "I remember he often practiced finishing with his left foot after team sessions, he took a lot of balls and was working on his weaker foot – now he's scoring a lot of goals with it". He also became more involved in defensive duties, as Nouri said: "He is lightning quick, a clinical finisher, but he puts a lot of work now into his defense – that was something he was missing before," then he added, "Now he's making these deep runs back to his own box defending. He's capable of doing this work while on the other hand making deep runs in attack. Before he wasn't able to do it because of a lack of strength physically. After a long period with no injuries, he was able to build up that strength – now he's a complete player. He just needs to prove this over a longer period to become a top international star."
His trademark cooking celebration was inspired by NBA star James Harden, he explained it by saying: "There's a video on YouTube where he's cooking after dropping, I think, a buzzer-beater and won the game. So he was cooking, stirring it up, and that's the celebration."
- As of match played on 13 January 2021
|Club||Season||League||National Cup[a]||League Cup[b]||Europe||Other||Total|
|West Bromwich Albion (loan)||2015–16||Premier League||1||0||0||0||2||0||—||—||3||0|
|1899 Hoffenheim (loan)||2017–18||Bundesliga||22||10||1||0||—||3[d]||0||—||26||10|
|1899 Hoffenheim II (loan)||2017–18||Regionalliga Südwest||1||0||—||—||—||—||1||0|
- As of match played 17 November 2020
As of match played 13 October 2020. Scores and results list Germany's goal tally first.
|1||11 November 2016||San Marino Stadium, Serravalle, San Marino||1||San Marino||2–0||8–0||2018 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|4||15 November 2018||Red Bull Arena, Leipzig, Germany||4||Russia||3–0||3–0||Friendly|
|5||24 March 2019||Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands||6||Netherlands||2–0||3–2||UEFA Euro 2020 qualification|
|6||11 June 2019||Opel Arena, Mainz, Germany||8||Estonia||2–0||8–0|
|8||6 September 2019||Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany||9||Netherlands||1–0||2–4|
|9||9 September 2019||Windsor Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland||10||Northern Ireland||2–0||2–0|
|10||9 October 2019||Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, Germany||11||Argentina||1–0||2–2||Friendly|
|11||19 November 2019||Waldstadion, Frankfurt, Germany||13||Northern Ireland||1–1||6–1||UEFA Euro 2020 qualification|
|14||13 October 2020||RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne, Germany||15||Switzerland||3–3||3–3||2020–21 UEFA Nations League A|
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- DFB-Pokal: 2018–19, 2019–20
- DFL-Supercup: 2020
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