Before the Bayern Munich and Manchester United Champions League match, Harry Kane provides his judgment.

The England striker scored in Bayern’s 0-0 draw with Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga on Friday, but his attention has already turned to Manchester United.

When his Bayern Munich team plays home to Manchester United on Wednesday, Harry Kane is anticipating a challenging Champions League opener.

At the Allianz Arena, Erik ten Hag’s team begins their European season against the group’s strongest opponent. The team led by Thomas Tuchel frequently advances to the finals of the competition and has made significant investments with the intention of sweeping the continent.

Harry Kane left the Premier League in pursuit of titles, thus the majority of their summer spending of more than £150 million went to Tottenham. Having scored four goals in as many Bundesliga games, he has adapted nicely to life in Germany.

The 30-year-old scored the first goal in Friday’s 2-2 home tie against Bayer Leverkusen by nodding in at the back post following a corner kick. In a thrilling conclusion, the visitors scored a penalty in the 94th minute to tie the game, but after digesting the disappointment of two points lost, Kane has turned his attention to Wednesday.

After Friday’s draw, Kane predicted that the match would “be a really good game, a tough game.” We’ll need to prepare well because Manchester United is a huge squad with some talented players. We won’t settle for anything less on Wednesday since every game in the Champions League is challenging.

Joshua Kimmich, a midfielder for Bayern, was substituted at the halfway point of the Allianz Arena match with what appeared to be a minor injury. The medical staff had advised against the German international playing longer than 60 minutes due to an irritated tendon, according to manager Thomas Tuchel after the game.






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