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‘You can’t mark him’ – Harry Kane rubs salt into Man Utd’s wounds with admission on Bayern Munich’s win

Bayern Munich forward Harry Kane reflected on his team’s 1-0 victory against Manchester United, expressing confidence in their ability to control the game and exploit quick transitions.

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Despite having already secured a place in the Champions League last 16, Bayern Munich maintained their unbeaten record in the group stage.

Harry Kane, who joined Bayern for £82 million in the summer, acknowledged the team’s calm and calculated performance, emphasizing their understanding of how to capitalize on quick transitions to pose a threat to Manchester United.

The victory, sealed by Kingsley Coman’s second-half goal, marked a successful conclusion to the group campaign for Thomas Tuchel’s side.

In a post-match interview with TNT Sports, Kane shared his thoughts on the game: “It was nice. I felt like we controlled the game and had the better chances.

We were calm and we knew in the quick transitions we could hurt them. It is always tough when you are top and through already but we had good motivation. It was nice to get the win today.”

Expressing satisfaction with his experience at Bayern, Kane praised his teammates and expressed optimism about the team’s potential for further improvement.

He highlighted the motivation following the weekend’s result and discussed the ambition to win the Champions League, emphasizing the need for continuous improvement.

Bayern manager Thomas Tuchel, when asked about Manchester United finishing bottom of the group, acknowledged the challenge posed by the group and emphasized the tightness of the matches.

Tuchel noted that while the distance in points between Bayern and the rest of the group is clear, the opponents presented various difficulties and styles of play.

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