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Fans think Thomas Muller 'bodied' Robert Lewandowski with latest Harry Kane comments

Fans think Thomas Muller 'bodied' Robert Lewandowski with latest Harry Kane comments

Harry Kane moved to Bayern Munich during the summer transfer window

Fans think Thomas Muller has savaged Robert Lewandowski with his latest comments about Harry Kane.

During the summer transfer window, England captain Kane left Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur for Bayern.

The deal to take Kane from Spurs to the Bavarian club was worth a reported fee of €120 million.

Since joining the club, Kane has made 23 appearances across all competitions, scoring 26 and assisting eight.

Many felt Kane had been brought in as the perfect replacement for Lewandowski, who left Bayern for Barcelona in 2022.

Speaking recently about Kane, Muller said, via iMiaSanMia: “Who else do we have as competitors? Erling Haaland is of course great too, but they are different types of players. For me, Harry is at the top of the current strikers.

“Harry is a pure footballer. He understands the game. Firstly, he knows where the dangerous spaces are. Secondly, he immediately sees what can the other player do, where are his strengths? He doesn’t just play random passes from A to B, there’s always an idea behind it.”

He added: “I don’t know if a player has ever had a better debut at a club than Harry. By that I don’t just mean the raw numbers, but also the influence he is already having on our team’

“Harry Kane is a player who you know is always there – and at a top level. He scores a goal in almost every game – but even if he doesn’t score, he does his job.”


Reacting on social media, one fan said: “Dunked on Lewandisney.”

Another tweeted: “You can feel that Müller despises everything that isn’t Bayern. Didn’t even mention Disney. After his whole saga, he lost all respect he had.”

A third fan added: “Bodied Disney.”

Someone else wrote: “Bodied that clown penaldowski.”

A fifth commented: “Bodied Lewy and Halland.”

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Topics: Fan Reactions, Thomas Muller, Harry Kane, Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski, Barcelona, Football