Harry Kane’s heartbreaking reaction on Bayern Munich bench to Real Madrid winner spotted by TNT Sports cameras

HARRY KANE’S heartbreaking reaction as Bayern Munich crashed out of the Champions League to Real Madrid was spotted on camera.

The striker started last night’s 2-1 defeat at the Bernabeu and was still on the pitch when Bayern took the lead through Alphonso Davies with 20 minutes remaining.

Harry Kane's heartbreaking reaction to Bayern Munich being KO'd from Europe was caught on camera
Harry Kane’s heartbreaking reaction to Bayern Munich being KO’d from Europe was caught on cameraCredit: Getty
Kane buried his face in his arms as Real Madrid reached the Champions League final
Kane buried his face in his arms as Real Madrid reached the Champions League finalCredit: TNT Sports

However, Thomas Tuchel ended up taking Kane off as he looked to park the bus against Los Blancos.

And the ex-Chelsea boss’ decision ultimately backfired as Real sub Joselu scored twice in a matter of moments with just minutes left on the clock.

Tuchel later claimed he subbed Kane due to a back injury, saying: “He couldn’t keep going. He played with back pain and he couldn’t keep going, his back froze up.”

But cameras caught Kane’s reaction the moment Bayern’s exit was confirmed.


The England captain was watching from the shadows of the dugout.

And as the final whistle went, Kane heartbreakingly dropped his head into his arm, which was resting on the chair in front.

Fans sympathised with Kane as one said: “I feel sorry for him.”

Another declared: “I feel his pain.”

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One noted: “You’ve got to feel for him, he must be completely broken.”

Another boomed: “That’s pain right there, 44 goals, his team bottled it.”

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One added: “He will get his trophy this summer, it’s coming home.”

The result means Bayern will endure a trophyless season for the first time in 12 years.

They already gave up their perennial Bundesliga crown to Xabi Alonso’s unbeaten Bayer Leverkusen.

And Kane will continue to be without a single career trophy win after leaving Tottenham for one of Europe’s most successful sides last summer.

The 30-year-old has been sensational in his debut season, scoring a career-high 44 goals in all competitions.

That includes 36 goals in the league.

But with his team-mates off the boil, and Tuchel effectively already sacked by Bayern’s board in February, Kane will now have to look to the Euros for his next chance of silverware.


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