Bayern Move Not Defined by Champions League Success, Kane Asserts

Bayern Munich once again relied on Harry Kane’s scoring in Tuesday’s Champions League match against Real Madrid. Harry Kane refuted claims that this season’s Champions League success will determine the fate of his move to Bayern Munich, following the 2-2 draw against Real Madrid in the semi-final first leg. Kane scored a penalty for Bayern, making the score 2-1, just minutes after Leroy Sane equalized with a fantastic goal. He is the first English player to directly contribute to 11 goals in one Champions League season. Kane, who has 43 goals this season, is now on par with Kylian Mbappe as the top scorer in Europe’s major leagues. He has 54 combined goals and assists, making him the highest contributor in this domain. Kane insists his goal is long-term success at Bayern, not just one year. Winning the Champions League won’t solely define his move. Kane’s focus remains on the next game, taking one match at a time, with a clash against Stuttgart before the return fixture with Real Madrid. Kane’s goal came after Sane’s equalizer to make it 2-2, ending the match in a draw. Despite pressure during the spot-kick, Kane remained focused, shrugging off any attempts to distract him.

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