Bayern Munich star Harry Kane has hinted that the atmosphere in the Bundesliga is better than the Premier League – after just one game.
The 30-year-old scored on his German top-flight debut on Friday night as Thomas Tuchel’s side eased to a 4-0 win away at Werder Bremen.
GettyKane scored on his Bundesliga debut in Bayern’s 4-0 win against Bremen on Friday[/caption]
GettyThe England international is up and running in Germany[/caption]
Kane grabbed the Bavarian outfit’s second of the game after laying on Leroy Sane for Bayern’s opener with a delightful first-time pass.
It was the perfect start to life in the Bundesliga for Kane following Bayern’s defeat in the German Super Cup last week against RB Leipzig.
And Kane talked up the raucous atmosphere created from both clubs at the Weserstadion.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the match, the ex-Leyton Orient loan star was asked about how different the experience was from the Premier League.
To which he said: “It was great to be honest.
“The fans from both sides were incredible the whole game… really different to some of the Premier League atmospheres I’ve experienced.
“Of course our away fans were amazing, but credit to their fans as well. They were great.
“So I really enjoyed my experience, and I’m just happy that we came away with the win.”
GettyKane has hailed the atmosphere created from both sets of supporters[/caption]
Kane also stressed that he believes Bayern are the perfect club for him after some fans and pundits questioned his £100million switch.
He remarked: “We’ve seen my game, I like to drop deep and link play in the last four or five years.
“I think with the pace we have in this team, it works perfectly.
“I’m a No.9 first and foremost so I have to get in the box and make the runs forward.
“I’m really happy, we have a fantastic squad and I’m excited to be a part of it.”