Harry Kane scored and provided an assist in Bayern Munich’s 4-0 victory against Werder Bremen, which was the perfect start for their quest for a 12th straight Bundesliga championship.
From the start, Bayern was in complete control and swiftly punished their opponents for their foolish decision to push high with a spectacular counterattack. Just within Bremen’s half, Harry Kane received the ball and flicked it into Leroy Sané’s path. The former Manchester City player sprinted through and effortlessly inserted the ball.
Bayern’s next goal was only a matter of time from here, but it didn’t come until late in the second half since the home team’s defense was so tenacious.
When it happened, Kane scored on his full debut for the club, which was the moment everyone connected to Bayern was praying for. Alphonso Davies squared the ball to the England captain after some good work down the left, and the captain made no errors from inside the area. You could tell how much it meant to him and his new teammates by the after-party.
In the last seconds, Sané scored his second goal before youthful striker Mathys Tel made it four.
Bayern take the lead before any other team has even begun to play, but it would take a brave person to wager that they won’t remain there.