Bayern Munich kicked off their quest for a 12th consecutive Bundesliga title with a resounding 4-0 victory against Werder Bremen. Thanks to Harry Kane, who not only scored a goal but also provided an assist.
In his debut appearance in the German League, the England captain showcased his skills by flicking the ball to Sane, who wasted no time in converting it into a goal.
Kane continued to shine as the match progressed, securing a goal of his own with just 15 minutes left to the end of regular time.
Alphonso Davies played a crucial role, setting up the forward for a confident finish past the goalkeeper—a moment that marked Kane’s successful entry into the Bundesliga.
Sane, not to be outdone, scored his second goal of the game shortly thereafter. A well-timed pass from Thomas Muller set up Sane for a precise strike that found the back of the net.
Bayern’s dominance was further highlighted in the closing moments of the match. However, Harry Kane was substituted for Mathys Tel.
Tel wasted no time to mark his presence, delivering an impressive strike from inside the box in the 95th minute, sealing Bayern Munich‘s 4-0 triumph.