Harry Kane poses for selfies with fans after scoring on Bayern debut
Harry Kane poses for selfies with fans at the airport after marking his Bundesliga debut for Bayern Munich with a goal against Werder Bremen
- Harry Kane scored and assisted a goal on his league debut for Bayern Munich
- The England captain was mobbed by fans for selfies after Friday’s match
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Harry Kane was mobbed by fans for selfies after he scored on his Bundesliga debut for Bayern Munich on Friday night.
The England striker put an end to a long saga over his future last week after joining the German giants from Tottenham in a £100million deal.
Kane marked his first league match for Bayern with a goal and an assist as they thrashed Werder Bremen 4-0.
The 30-year-old was then stopped by several supporters who wanted to take photos with him after the match.
Kane complied and was happy to pose as he made his way into the airport to head back to Munich.
Harry Kane was mobbed by fans after his Bundesliga debut against Werder Bremen on Friday
Harry Kane marked his Bundesliga with a goal and an assist as Bayern cruised to victory
The former Tottenham striker helped Bayern take the lead early on as he flicked the ball into Leroy Sane, who ran in on goal before calmly finishing.
In the second half, Kane netted his first goal for the club with a low finish inside the box before being replaced soon after.
Sane got his second goal of the match on the 90 minute mark before substitute Mathys Tel ensured Bayern started their defence of the Bundesliga title in style.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the match, Kane opened up on his dream debut: ‘It was fantastic. There’s been a lot of talk and build-up to this game. It started well with the goal early on. It was tough.
‘We created some good chances but lacked the final product.
‘We stayed calm, managed to get the second goal and the boys finished it off the bench. It was the perfect start, I’m looking forward to the next game.’
Kane will make his home league debut for Bayern next Sunday when they face Augsburg at the Allianz Arena.
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