The Bundesliga ushered in its new season with an explosive match between Werder Bremen and Bayern Munich. A 4:0 win for the latter set the stage for an exceptional debut by none other than the captain of the England football team, Harry Kane.
Kane Makes an Immediate Impact
After a prolific spell with Tottenham Hotspur, Kane's transfer to Bayern Munich for a staggering sum of over 100 million euros was one of the summer's most anticipated moves. It didn’t take long for the football maestro to show his worth.
Within just four minutes into his debut game, Kane illustrated his playmaking abilities. In a style reminiscent of his partnership with Heung-Min Son back in England, Kane elegantly moved to the center and delivered a perfectly timed assist to Leroy Sane.
Sane, seizing the opportunity, confidently placed the ball into the net, giving Bayern the early lead. The game continued with an electrifying pace as both teams showcased their determination and skill. Although Bayern held the lead, Werder Bremen valiantly made their presence felt, refusing to be mere spectators.
They launched several threatening plays throughout the 90 minutes, ensuring Bayern didn't grow complacent.
Sealing the Deal
As the clocked ticked on, it appeared Bayern might clinch the game with a slim 1:0 lead.
However, Kane had other plans. In a swift counterattack, Alphonso Davies passed the ball to Kane, who, with his trademark precision, struck it home from the top of the penalty area, doubling Bayern's lead to 0:2. The climax of the match was yet to come.
By its conclusion, Sane once again found the net, followed by Mathys Tel, who secured the game's final goal in the added minutes, wrapping up the match at 0:4 in Bayern’s favor.
As the dust settled on the Weser, the scorecard read: Werder - Bayern 0:4 (Sane 4', 90', Kane 75', Tel 90+3').
The evening undoubtedly belonged to Bayern Munich, with Harry Kane making an indelible mark in his maiden Bundesliga match.
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