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Harry Kane Opens Up on Life Outside the Football Pitch: 'I Don’t Do Nightclubs'
- Harry Kane has stated he always puts his family first before anything
- He joined Bayern Munich during the summer from Tottenham Hotspur
- Kane has 22 goals in just 18 appearances for the Bavarians this season
Harry Kane has opened up on why he has had a successful football career following his brilliant start to life in Germany, after his big-money move to Bayern Munich from Tottenham Hotspur this summer.
The 30-year-old England forward is having a remarkable first season in the German league, smashing numerous Bundesliga records after only 18 appearances for the Bavarians.
According to GOAL, Kane, who has netted 22 goals already this season, disclosed he loves a private life when he is not on the pitch scoring goals, which is why he does not go to nightclubs.
"I like to keep things private and I think that’s all down to the type of person I am. I’m a pretty normal guy and do normal things.
"I’ve never been someone who goes out to nightclubs. When I have spare time, I like to spend it with my wife and kids, I like to play some golf."
Bayern spent a whopping €100 million to sign Kane this summer and the England forward hopes to win his first major trophy with the Bavarians after failing in his quest to win titles with Tottenham.
Kane tips Bayern for UCL glory
Meanwhile, Kane has listed Bayern Munich as one of two teams who can compete with Manchester City for the UEFA Champions League title this season, Sport Bible reports.
The 30-year-old forward’s efforts have helped Thomas Tuchel's side top their UCL group with two games to spare, as they already booked their place in the knockout rounds.
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Kane, who is yet to win major silverware in his career, believes the Bavarians have the quality and experience to challenge for Europe’s most prestigious club competition this year.
Kane sets mighty Bundesliga record
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Kane finding the net again for Bayern as they clinched a victory at Cologne, propelling them to the summit of the Bundesliga table.
The veteran striker's goal marked his 18th in just 12 league matches, setting a record as the first Englishman to achieve such a tally in a Bundesliga season.
The decisive moment came in the 20th minute when Kane capitalised on Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting's shot that was cleared off the line, slotting home from close.