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Thomas Tuchel drops worrying Harry Kane comment amid huge slump in form

Thomas Tuchel drops worrying Harry Kane comment amid huge slump in form

Tuchel has made a worrying claim.

Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel has made a comment about Harry Kane that may worry fans amid his recent drop in form.

Bayern's 3-0 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen last weekend left them five points behind Xabi Alonso's table-toppers in the Bundesliga after 21 games played.

And Bayern's week went from bad to worse on Wednesday, when they suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat to Lazio in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 clash in Italy.

They will look to get back to winning ways when they travel to 14th-placed Bochum on Sunday. The Bavarians have not lost three consecutive competitive games since 2015, and have only lost four games in a row twice in the past 33 years.

And Kane will be hoping to end a mini goal drought of two games in the contest, having netted a league-leading 24 goals in the German top flight this term.

He has also failed to get a shot on target in the aforementioned previous two defeats.

But Tuchel has made a worrying admission about his star player - and, in turn, his side's current playing style - ahead of the game.

Speaking to reporters in his pre-match press conference, the German admitted that Kane is 'not happy' with certain aspects at Bayern.

He explained: "It's unbelievable how well he can score in training and how he pushes on the team, which is absolutely world-class, and how little we have found him in games.

"I have seldom experienced such a difference in what a player has been able to bring on the pitch, in training and on the pitch in actual games.

"Harry doesn't need me [to give him advice]. He can take care of himself. He knows what he's doing.

"He's not satisfied with the way he's been implemented in games, and we're not satisfied with the way things have been going."

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Topics: Harry Kane, Bayern Munich, Thomas Tuchel, Bundesliga, Champions League, Football