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Former Bayern Munich star ignores Harry Kane when naming current Europe’s best players

Former Bayern Munich star, Robert Lewandowski, completely ignores Harry Kane when naming two of the best players in Europe right now.

Kane, who made the move from Tottenham Hotspur to Bayern Munich last summer for a reported fee of £86.4 million, has been prolific, netting 35 goals and providing 10 assists in 31 Bundesliga appearances.

However, despite his stellar performances, he couldn’t secure the league title for Bayern as Bayer Leverkusen clinched the glory.

In a recent interview with BILD, Lewandowski snubbed Kane when asked about the best player in the world, instead praising Mbappe and Bellingham.

Lewandowski said: “It’s difficult to say because we still have the Euros to play and the decisive matches in the Champions League. But at this moment, Mbappe and Bellingham are the most outstanding players in the world.”

Meanwhile, Kane remained humble, acknowledging comparisons with Bayern legends and adapting to life in Germany.

Robert Lewandowski ignores Harry Kane when naming the best players in Europe right now

Kane said: “To be compared with them names is a great thing, especially in the first season, so it means I’m doing something right.

“You know what I’m like, I like to take things in my stride. It’s strange, after playing in the Premier League and England, just to be in a different country – obviously I don’t know the language, thankfully a lot of people speak English.”

Kane continued: “It’s not easy and it takes a bit of getting used to. I’m just trying to take it day by day and slowly learn their ways, the way they do things. Even this [today] is unique. We didn’t have this before [in England] so it’s quite fun.”

Harry Kane will face Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final on Tuesday, do you think he can help Bayern Munich qualify?

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