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Harry Kane Aims Brutal Dig at Tottenham With Comparison to Bayern Munich
- Harry Kane may have risked the wrath of Tottenham fans with his comparison to Bayern Munich
- Kane joined the German champions last summer after Levy rejected multiple offers
- Four games into life in Germany, he has stated the difference between his current team and former club
Harry Kane is only four games into his Bayern Munich career but can already spot a difference between the Germans and his former club, Tottenham Hotspur.
Kane left England and moved to Germany in search of silverware, which has eluded his career despite being a proficient goalscorer for both club and country.
Spurs rejected multiple bids from Bayern before the two clubs reached an agreement for £86m, as reported by The Athletic, and a further late twist happened in the deal but was eventually sealed.
Kane aims dig at Tottenham
Kane debuted in the German Super Cup final but lost the opportunity of a career-first silverware after RB Leipzig beat Thomas Tuchel's aide 3-0 thanks to Dani Olmo's hat-trick.
However, the record Bundesliga champions have a perfect start to their league campaign but have faced fan backlash over an unconvincing style of play, something unusual for the English forward.
“We won the first two games 4-0 and 3-1 and there was still talk about not being too happy about the way we played,” he said via Mirror UK.
“It’s a different pressure to what I felt at Spurs. Of course we wanted to win things but if you went a couple of games without winning, it wasn’t a disaster. The feeling at Bayern is that you have to win every game.
“That’s part and parcel of being at one of the biggest clubs in the world.”
These comments have not sat well with the North London fans who have reacted on social media.
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Kane set Ballon d'Or target
Sports Brief reported that Kane has set Ballon d'Or targets for himself after moving to Germany despite missing out on a trophy in his opening game for the club.
Kane believes he scores enough goals to be in contention and the only thing missing in silverware. He will be in the conversation for the award if he wins them.