Just in; Arsenal fan Laura Woods aims dig at former Tottenham man Harry Kane

and his decision to join Bayern Munich has proven to be a resounding success, with the English striker enjoying a prolific run in the Bundesliga.

The recent highlight of the former Tottenham star’s career came during Bayern Munich’s Champions League matchup with Manchester United. Kane was instrumental in Kingsley Coman’s game-winning goal that sent the Red Devils out of the elite tournament and sealed a 1-0 victory.

Kane is the talk of the town as Bayern Munich anxiously await the round of 16 draw. Kane departed Spurs to pursue championship glory at the highest levels of European football. He has eight assists and 22 goals in 20 games across all competitions, which is unquestionably elite.

TNT Sports’ lead presenter Laura Woods, in an interview conducted after the game,

a known Arsenal supporter, couldn’t resist a playful jab at Tottenham. As the interview concluded, Woods humorously remarked to Kane about leaving the Lilywhites. Here is what she said via :

“Congratulations, well done, we’ll see you very soon, we’ll see you in the knockout stages. This suits you by the way (pointing at his Bayern kit), looks great.”

King Kane

Kane’s victory at Bayern Munich may undoubtedly arouse conflicting feelings in Tottenham supporters. Although they value the years of devotion and memorable experiences he brought to the Spurs, there may be a hint of nostalgia for what may have been.

It is still hoped that Kane’s quest for European success would involve a matchup with Arsenal, Tottenham’s North London rivals, later in the Champions League.

Harry Kane is an official Tottenham Hotspur legend, no question about it.

In the big picture, Kane’s exit from Tottenham and his success with Bayern Munich afterward raises concerns about whether or not he believed the Lilywhites could contend for championships.

The pursuit of silverware and the desire to compete at the highest level often drive footballers to make pivotal career decisions, as seen in Kane’s move to the German powerhouse.

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