It just wasn’t meant to be for Harry Kane as he made his Bayern Munich debut in their 3-0 DFL-Supercup loss to RB Leipzig.
Many thought it was written in the stars that the England captain would win his first senior club trophy on the day he left Tottenham in a deal worth a possible £120million.
GettyKane didn’t have the dream Bayern Munich debut he wanted[/caption]
A Dani Olmo hat-trick did the damage at the Allianz Arena – Kane’s new home ground.
And the Spaniard’s third strike came from the penalty spot just five minutes after Kane had arrived on the pitch in place of Mathys Tels.
After the spot-kick was awarded, though, Munich players were keen to protest, including the 30-year-old.
However, one clip posted on Twitter showed it was perhaps a little too early for him to be getting involved.
Kane, along with Joshua Kimmich and Noussair Mazraoui, surrounded the referee.
Mazraoui was the most vocal, understandable given the penalty was given against him for handball, with Kimmich backing him up.
But Kane looked slightly baffled by the situation and was left to quietly watch on as his new teammates argued ineffectively.
Kane appeared to try and argue against the penalty awardSky Sports
Sky SportsQuickly, though, it became clear he had got himself in too deep with the language barrier[/caption]
Sky SportsKane was left to watch on quietly[/caption]
The Chelsea fan who posted the clip wrote: “Kane went to complain to the ref about the penalty decision but he remembered he can’t speak German,” adding to crying emojis.
A second replied: “You can take a player out of Tottenham but you cannot take Tottenham out of a player.”
Another, also featuring laughing emojis, added: “Bro was lost.”
While a fourth posted: “His face is killing me.”