Serge Gnabry is confident of sealing Germany’s place in the Olympic final when they face Nigeria at 8pm (UK) in Rio.
Unfortunately, Takuma Asano's Japan were knocked out of the Rio 2016 Olympics on Wednesday night.
Serge Gnabry isn't showing any signs of slowing down as he scored two more goals in Germany's 10-0 triumph over Fiji in the Olympics on Wednesday night.
The Arsenal centre-back, Josephine Henning. was given her first start in the competition, but was withdrawn at half-time making way for Annike Krahn as Germany were defeated 2-1 by Canada.
We all know that there is no women's football Team GB at the Rio Olympics because of politics and the respective home nation's country FA's being managed by people living a bit in the past, but how would it have looked if there ad been?
Takuma Asano isn't letting Serge Gnabry steal all the Arsneal headlines from the Olympics as he grabbed his second of the tournament with another lovely takent effort.
The Arsenal defender was subbed on at half-time for Annike Krahn and took part in the fightback as Germany came from 2-0 down to get a 2-2 draw.
Serge Gnabry has said he was ‘very happy’ to score for Germany against Mexico in their Rio Olympics opener as the sides drew 2-2.
Takuma Asano got his Olympics off to a great start with a goal against Nigeria in their opener.
Serge Gnabry got on the scoresheet against Mexico as Germany got their Olympic campaign underway with a 2-2 in the early hours of Friday morning.
Germany opened their 2016 Rio Olympics tournament with a huge 6 - 1 win over lower ranked Zimbabwe while Arsenal's defender, Josephine Henning stayed on the bench for the whole game.
Although the decision has already been made, and the likelihood of it being changed is decreasing by the day, Arsenal should let Alex Iwobi join up with the Nigerian squad to feature in the summer Olympic tournament.