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Harry Kane Thrilled by Bayern's Victory Over Struggling Manchester United



Harry Kane Delighted as Bayern Munich Edges Past Man United


In a thrilling encounter at the Allianz Arena, Bayern Munich striker Harry Kane expressed his delight after scoring and contributing to his team's 4-3 victory over a struggling Manchester United side. The Englishman, who made the switch from Spurs to Bayern during the summer, played a pivotal role in a match that saw United suffer their third consecutive loss.



Speaking to TNT Sports after the game, Kane remarked on the dramatic finish: "Crazy finish. For the majority of the game, we controlled it and dictated the tempo. We just lost a bit of concentration in the last five minutes. Thankfully we held onto the lead."


Reflecting on his start at Bayern Munich, the 30-year-old striker said: "It's been nice. It's always great to score. There's always room for improvement. It's a great night tonight. We're building, and we can enjoy this."


Kane also shared his thoughts on his new teammates, emphasizing the excitement of playing alongside them: "As a striker, I know I'll get chances. It's exciting to play with them. We're still getting to know each other. I'm excited for what's to come."


Acknowledging the weight of expectations associated with his high-profile transfer, Kane stated: "Whenever there's a big price tag, there's a big expectation, and you want to repay the club that has put faith in you."



When asked about Manchester United's current struggles, Kane offered a balanced perspective: "They are going through a difficult spell with injuries. They have a lot of talent - you saw that in the last five minutes. Overall, I'm not too worried about them; I'm more focused on myself."


Harry Kane's seamless integration into Bayern Munich's squad and his impactful performances on the pitch continue to impress fans and pundits alike. As Bayern sets its sights on further triumphs, Kane's presence promises to be a key factor in their pursuit of success in both domestic and European competitions.


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