Gnabry nets 3 goals in 2 Rio games
RIO DE JANEIRO
GERMANY'S Serge Gnabry has scored three goals in two matches at the Rio Games and Olympic coach Horst Hrubesch says he is "annoyed" that club side Arsenal have never given the striker enough playing time.
Gnabry struck in the opening 2-2 draw against Mexico before netting twice, including a 92nd-minute equaliser, in a 3-3 thriller against South Korea on Sunday.
"He's shown everybody what he can do," Hrubesch told website sport1.de.
"I'm just annoyed he's never shown (enough) faith by his club. You can see what an important player he can be.
"Now, hopefully, he can get opportunities to play."
The 21-year-old has played 10 Premier League games since joining Arsenal from VfB Stuttgart in 2011.
"Two matches and three goals in the Olympics," wrote Arsenal team-mate Mesut Oezil on Instagram. "Now you're showing the world again what a talented football player you are."