Germany, what an attack on Kane: "He only knows how to shoot penalties well, let's hope he never comes to Bayern Munich ..."

When mentioning the great rivalries of European football, it is impossible to forget the one between Germany and England. And the Nations League matches allowed the Germans to tease the English and their captain a bit …

When mentioning the great rivalries of European football, it is impossible to forget the one between Germany and England. Mannschaft and the Three Lions are often on a collision course when it comes to big tournaments. In London they still remember the 1966 World Cup final with Hurst’s hat-trick (and the ghost goal), while in Berlin they think with pleasure of the semifinals of Italy ’90, those of Euro ’96 and the 2010 World Cup with the goal not validated at Lampard. In short, the draw for the Nations League, which, just so as not to miss anything, has also put Italy, rival of both national teams in question, in the same group, has created very fertile ground for controversies and teases, direct and otherwise.

The last of which comes from Bild, in the Meine Bayern column, written by a legend of German journalism such as Raimund Hinko. Which in theory should speak of the Säbener Straße club, but starting from the performances of the various Neuer, Kimmich and Goretzka in the Nations League matches, he launches an attack on England. The German journalist explains that Germany, excluding the match against Italy, was not very inspired, but it is not that the rivals have done better. “The German players weren’t the only ones out of breath on the pitch. These end-of-season matches angered virtually all of Europe. And even those overrated Englishmen were running around like exhausted flies.” Not exactly a compliment to the Southgate men.

Hinko has it in particular with someone: Harry Kane, who by the way is also one of the candidates on the Bayern list to replace Lewandowski. An idea that the journalist does not even want to consider. “Kane (God forbid he ever comes to Bayern) only knows how to shoot fantastic penalties, which usually always beats him like against Germany. I will never understand how his market value could have reached 90 or 100 million euros “. And to say that the current estimates in this regard have also decreased, considering that at the end of the 2018 World Cup Kane was worth 150 million. But even the current 90 the Germans do not like at all. And the controversy, as always, served.

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