Harry Kane had a perfect Bundesliga debut. The 30-year-old England captain gave Bayern Munich a 4-0 victory over Werder Bremen on Friday by scoring the team’s second goal (at 74′). The other two goals were scored by Mathys Tel (94′) and Leroy Sané (4′ & 90′). The outcome also comes less than a week after RB Leipzig destroyed Bayern 3-0 in the DFL Supercup.

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“It was fantastic,” Kane told Sky Sports following the game. There was a lot of discussion about the game’s buildup, and I couldn’t wait to enter the arena and begin. The early goal gave it a wonderful start, but it was a hard game; we had good chances but couldn’t convert them.

After former Hoffenheim striker Reiss Nelson, Kane is the only English player to score on his Bundesliga debut, according to Opta. But in addition to scoring Bayern’s second goal, Kane also provided a helping hand for Sané’s first.

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Bayern Munich Strat

The fact that Bayern Munich scored four goals and Kane got off to a fantastic start is wonderful news for the supporters of Germany’s all-time champion team. However, there are some drawbacks as well. Bayern did score the first goal, but Bremen, who played with a high defensive line and lacked much speed, gifted Bayern Munich the goal.

Bremen lost the chance to make life more difficult during the first 20 minutes of the second half due to their lack of pace. Bayern appeared to be in perfect control during the first 45 minutes of the game, but Bremen emerged from the locker room ready to make things interesting.

Similar to how it went against third-division team Viktoria Köln last week, Bremen labored with pace until running out of gas after 75 minutes. As a result, Bayern was able to score a lot of points and come out on top with what appeared to be a straightforward.

Detail of Bayern Munich Victory

However, the details of Bayern’s victory are more nuanced. Even with Kane, Bayern struggled to finish chances, and in defense, there is a feeling that a team with pace could overrun this side similarly to how the Red Bulls did last Saturday. These flaws were very much present in Bayern’s 3-0 loss to RB Leipzig.

“They came out strong in the second half, and that caused us problems for the first five to ten minutes,” Kane told Sky. However, generally, we maintained our composure and scored there before the boys came off the bench to score the last goal.

In fact, Kane’s second goal appeared to end the game. Kane was able to score from just inside the box after Alphonso Davies’ excellent run helped Werder gain a foothold. His pass found Kane between two defenders just outside the box. To complete the tally, Sané and Tel afterwards added two more points.

The fact that Bayern Munich preserved a clean sheet unlike last week and that their star addition, Harry Kane, had a flawless start were the game’s advantages. The chemistry between Kane and his colleagues will undoubtedly improve, which will address the weaknesses in the attack. Regarding the defense, Tuchel needs to demonstrate that he can finally address Bayern’s propensity to go dark for extended periods of time. On Friday, Bremen missed an opportunity to score where a more capable squad undoubtedly would have.

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The game’s benefits were that Bayern Munich kept a clean sheet, unlike last week, and that their star signing, Harry Kane, had a spotless start. The relationship between Kane and his teammates will certainly get better, which will help the attack’s flaws. Tuchel needs to show that he can finally deal with Bayern’s propensity to go dark for protracted stretches of time in defense. On Friday, Bremen had a chance to score when a stronger team unquestionably would have.

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