Harry Kane said he is ‘excited for what’s to come’ at Bayern Munich after scoring in the club’s 4-3 win over Manchester United in the Champions League.
Bayern began their group stage campaign with an entertaining win over Manchester United at the Allianz Arena, with Kane setting up Leroy Sane’s opener for the German champions before scoring his side’s third from the penalty spot.
Bayern were in control for much of the contest, but Casemiro’s late brace for the visitors – either side of Mathys Tel’s strike for Bayern – set up a nervy finish.
“Crazy finish,” Kane said to TNT Sports. “For the majority of the game we controlled it and dictated the tempo. We just lost a bit of concentration in the last five minutes. Thankfully we held onto the lead.”
Kane’s goal continued a fine start for the England captain at Bayern Munich, with the 30-year-old having now scored five goals in his first six appearances for the Bavarians.
Kane believes there is still room for improvement from both himself and Bayern, who are now unbeaten in 35 Champions League group stage games.
“It’s been nice. It’s always great to score. Always room for improvement. It’s a great night tonight. We’re building. We can enjoy this.
“As a striker I know I’ll get chances. It’s exciting to play with them. We’re still getting to know each other. I’m excited for what’s to come.
“Whenever there’s a big price tag there’s a big expectation and you want to repay the club who have put faith in you.”