How Kane’s First Goal And Assist Helped Him: BAY 4-0 WER

Already having a significant effect is the Harry Kane Effect. The England captain made an impact with his first touch in the Bundesliga, assisting Leroy Sane’s goal just over three minutes after making his Bundesliga debut. CONTINUE READING>>>>>

Nevertheless, it was expected in northern Germany that he would score the opening goal, and Bayern Munich’s record-breaking acquisition of £104 million did certainly live up to those hopes. He calmly delivered a crisp strike from the penalty spot with only 16 seconds left.

Sane, a former member of Manchester City, and Mathys Tel both added goals late in the game to make it 4-0.

Despite having cramps, Kane had a strong start and was replaced in the 84th minute to a standing ovation from the opposing supporters.

Since this is the player’s first time leaving the Premier League, some German analysts predicted that Bayern’s most recent acquisition would have some difficulties at first.

Kane also realized that there was more pressure on him to have a significant impact on Germany. As a result, the Harry Kane Effect, an idiom, was coined.

But that help will soon be followed by a goal, which will relieve Kane of his duties.

Kane has the ability to score three goals even against a Bremen squad with average talent.

He will definitely depart the field with several match balls during the next nine months.

The brilliant save by Pavlenka prevented him from scoring and gave the impression that the captain of England wouldn’t have a good night.

But soon after that, something crucial happened in Kane’s career that he will never forget.

Kane expertly controlled the ball before taking a shot with his right foot, surprising the goalie and scoring as Alphonso Davies sprinted down the left side.

Kane raised his arms in celebration in front of the other team’s supporters who were seated in the highest row behind the goal.

German supporters were cheering all across the stadium because, unlike England, they were allowed to sit with the host team supporters and were wearing team shirts.

Kane’s amazing debut came to a stop in the 84th minute, but Sane and Tel’s goals increased the impact of the outcome.

And if there’s one thing we took away from last night, it’s that he will undoubtedly score more goals this season than the 30 he scored for a subpar Spurs squad last year.…… Continue Your Reading


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