Kane ‘loving the chemistry’ at Bayern Munich

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Only two weeks after making a high-profile transfer to Bayern Munich, England captain Harry Kane said on Sunday that he is “loving the chemistry” he has with his new teammates.

Kane claimed he was already forming an understanding with his teammates on the pitch after scoring twice on his home league debut in a 3-1 victory against Augsburg, his rivals in the Bavarian derby.

“I’ve been here a few weeks now, and I’ve been loving the chemistry that we’ve built,” Kane told the broadcaster DAZN.

As we play, it will just increase more.

Late in the first half, Kane added a second penalty goal for Bayern, and halfway through the second half, he completed his hat trick with a beautiful chip.

In the beginning of August, Kane made the switch from Tottenham, where he had played his whole career without collecting a title, to Bayern.

Bayern, who paid 100 million euros ($108 million) to get the England captain, surpassed their transfer record.

When Kane joined the German champions, he said that his goals were to win trophies and improve.

In two Bundesliga games, he already has three goals and two assists.

In training, we learn something new every day, and during games, we discover new things about one another.

“Naturally, you feed off each other anyhow. We’ve got some fantastic quality in the side.”

Kane, who had a boy as his fourth kid last week, said that he had already made himself at home in Munich.

The last few weeks have undoubtedly been chaotic. Everything is wonderful and nice.

It’s an experience that will stay with me forever, and I’m incredibly enthusiastic about it all.

“(My family) is now back in London; they’ll be here in a few weeks. Being with them in Munich will be wonderful.

Kane has already had a significant effect on the Bayern locker room, according to teammate Leon Goretzka.

He’s a great man and a player of the highest caliber. In the dressing area, you instantly pick up on his vibe,” remarked Goretzka.

He is a leader and really assists us.

Even the opposition coach, Enrico Maassen, praised Kane, saying on DAZN that “you can see he doesn’t need much (to score).”

He is of the highest caliber and runs creative lines.

Bayern has already won its first two league games and is now a point and a half behind league-leading Union Berlin.

On Saturday night at a neutral site, the defending German champions will play Borussia Moenchengladbach.

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