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Compilation Of Leroy Sane's Bayern Munich Debut Shows How Good He Is

Ryan Sidle

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Compilation Of Leroy Sane's Bayern Munich Debut Shows How Good He Is

Leroy Sane's debut for Bayern Munich on Friday night proved how scarily good their new forward can be.

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The new Bayern forward joined the Champions League winners in July for an initial €45 million fee from Manchester City and it didn't take him long to make an impact.

Bayern kicked off their new Bundesliga campaign with an incredible 8-0 win over Schalke, which for Sane was a meeting with another of his former clubs.

The new man had a good night on debut with a goal and two assists and his personal highlight reel shows just how good he is, and this is after barely playing for over a year.

The 24-year-old had been expected to leave the Etihad for a return to Germany last summer, with Bayern wanting to sign him, but a torn ACL in the Community Shield against Liverpool ended his hopes of a move.

Sane did recover in time to play one league game for Pep Guardiola's team last season, playing the final 11 minutes of their 5-0 win over Burnley in June.

Just weeks later his move to the Allianz Stadium was confirmed, with Bayern paying an initial €45 million, rising to €60 million.

Sane celebrates his debut goal. Image: PA Images
Sane celebrates his debut goal. Image: PA Images

Hansi Flick's side already had an incredible front line last season, with Robert Lewandowski leading the line alongside Serge Gnabry, Thomas Muller and one of Ivan Perisic or Kingsley Coman.

Now they've added Sane there's no telling what the Germans could do this season, their win on the opening weekend of the German season already had fans calling for the title to be handed to them.

Bayern did lose Thiago Alcantara to Liverpool on Friday but, with Leon Goretzka and Joshua Kimmich in midfield, the European champions might be the only in the world who could lose such a talented player.

Can anyone stop the Flick's team?

Topics: Manchester City, Football News, German Football, Premier League, Germany, Bayern Munich, Leroy Sane, Bundesliga

Ryan Sidle
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