Fans spot Harry Kane protesting to ref before he remembers he can’t speak German

Football fans have spotted the moment Harry Kane realised he couldn't speak German when trying to protest for a penalty.

Kane made his Bayern Munich debut on Saturday evening – just a couple of hours after he moved to the Bavarian giants. The Englishman was a second half substitute for Bayern in their Super Cup clash with RB Leipzig.

And with the reigning Bundesliga champions chasing the game, Kane and his new were protesting a penalty decision. However, after approaching the referee with some team-mates, Kane looked baffled as they exchanged in German.

"Kane went to complain to the ref about the penalty decision but he remembered he can’t speak German," one fan joked. While a second added: "He’s just looking at them all chatting!"

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"Exact face I make when I’m involved in a German conversation," a third joked. While a fourth tweeted: "This must be one of the funniest things I’ve seen in football…"

"This season is gonna be comedy," a fifth joked. And another added: "Hope he has Duolingo on his phone!"

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Kane's Bayern career didn't get off to a flying start – and he was hapless in helping Bayern claim Germany's first silverware of the season.

Dani Olmo was the star of the show in Germany, bagging a hat-trick for Leipzig as they thrashed Bayern 3-0. Bayern boss Thomas Tuchel said: "It is a big problem because it feels as if we had done nothing in the past four weeks.

"I cannot explain it. It was just not enough in every department. I have no idea why. There is no relation between our form and attitude going into the game and our performance on the pitch. It is the worst thing because there is such a big discrepancy."

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