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 brace brings the 21-year-old up to five in just three games – an unreal tally considering how long he’d been out of action until recently.

The first goal was an expert tap-in that appeared simple but he made no mistake thumping it into the net. The second was a free-kick – something he’s beginning to make a habit of.

It’s brilliant to see the youngster excelling for his country during a huge tournament that the world is watching. He’s had a hard time over recent years, with long-term injuries and dodgy loan spells. What’s clear to see is that he’s immensely talented and has been a key player for Germany during Rio 2016.

The 10-0 (!) win means that Germany finish second in Group C, two points behind leaders South Korea and they therefore progress to the quarter-finals.

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