Kane will be ‘an absolute success story’, says Tuchel

Kane will be 'an absolute success story', says tuchel0

Thomas Tuchel, the head coach of Bayern Munich, stated on Thursday that newly acquired striker Harry Kane was already well on his way to becoming “an absolute success” story at the club.

Since making the high-dollar move to Bayern Munich from Tottenham, Kane has made three appearances in the Bundesliga, during which he has scored three goals and set up another.

Tuchel told the press that they have precisely the player they need ahead of Friday’s matchup with early league leaders Bayer Leverkusen. “With his personality and the way he plays, we have exactly the player we need,” Tuchel said.

At this point in time, we are attempting to increase his participation in our game. We have no doubt that it will be an unqualified triumph.

“He has exceeded our expectations in every way.”

Tuchel stated that while Kane would play against Leverkusen, captain Joshua Kimmich was a “question mark.” Kane scored one goal and assisted another in recent England games against Ukraine and Scotland. Kimmich scored one goal and assisted another.

Kimmich had a muscular injury while on international duty and was unable to play in Germany’s 2-1 victory against France in a friendly match. This was Germany’s first win since March.

Tuchel, on the other hand, stated that Jamal Musiala will be returning to the squad after overcoming a back complaint. Musiala was recognized as Bayern’s player of the season for the 2022-23 season on Tuesday.

Tuchel disclosed that the goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was battling with a calf injury, which was another setback for Neuer in his recovery from a fractured leg. Neuer is the captain of the Germany national team.

“Manu was very close to winning, but then he experienced calf pain in his other leg,” the announcer said. Even though he is putting in some running time, we are taking all of the appropriate safety measures.

Both Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich are the only teams in the Bundesliga to have earned nine points through the first three games of the season.

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