Dortmund v Arsenal
Arsenal's win at Dortmund has brought respect for the club from all over Germany, Serge Gnabry says.

Serge Gnabry has claimed that Arsenal are now very highly rated in Germany after their win over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.

The Gunners defied the odds to not only defeat Dortmund at Westfalenstadion, but prevent Jurgen Klopp's side from finding the back of the net for the first time in European competition at home since 2002.

The win might have been followed up with a loss to Manchester United but Arsenal still remain at the top of both the Premier League table and the Champions League group F.

And Gnabry has told Arsenal Player that he believes Germany are now looking up to Arsenal as their good form continues.

"I really appreciated being there," Gnabry said. "I think everyone knows about the stadium in Dortmund. It's a fantastic stadium, the atmosphere especially with the 25,000 standing on the side, so it was a really great stadium.

"Arsenal are highly-rated [in Germany]. We are on a good run and we are top of the league so everyone's watching us and looking at how we play.

"They [Dortmund] are second in the German Bundesliga and have been fantastic over the last few years so it was a hard game for us. But the results have been great and that was an important win."

While Gnabry admitted the loss to United was a setback in the Gunners' push for the title - it was the side's second loss in 11 league matches - the 18 year old German said there were positives to be taken from the 1-0 defeat.

"Of course the loss against Man United was obviously not that good," he explained. "But I think that we've had a great week. We got two wins, important wins against Dortmund especially in the Champions League, and I'm really happy about how it went.

"It [Man United] wasn't a great game from our point of view. To be fair in the second half we were the better side and should have got an equaliser or even won the game so I'm a bit disappointed that we didn't."