HARRY KANE’S Tottenham comments came back to bite him after England’s draw against Ukraine.
That’s as fans joked “don’t let Bayern Munich see this.”
Harry Kane’s Spurs comments came back to haunt him after England’s draw with UkraineCredit: Rex
Kane, 30, captained the Three Lions as they drew 1-1 with Ukraine in Saturday’s Euro qualifier.
Gareth Southgate’s men dropped points for the first time in the group stage, with Kyle Walker’s strike cancelling out Oleksandr Zinchenko’s opener.
It was far from an ideal performance ahead of next summer’s Euros, with Southgate controversially picking Saudi Arabia-based Jordan Henderson and Man United misfit Harry Maguire.
But England skipper Kane appeared pleased to leave with a point.
He tweeted: “Not at our best tonight but still another point towards qualifying!”
It prompted one fan to joke: “Oooo a point, don’t let Bayern Munich players see this mtae!”
Another declared: “Celebrating a draw? Not very high standards!”
One noted: “Can you please confirm if this is a disaster or not? I’m confused.”
Another added: “Maybe you won’t mind if you lose a couple of games, it’s not Bayern Munich after all.”
Kane’s delight at securing a point certainly seemed at odds with comments he made on Friday about former club Tottenham.
The striker infuriated Spurs fans by admitting “it wasn’t a disaster” when they didn’t win.
And after joining Bayern for £104million during the summer, Kane declared it was great to finally be at a side boasting a “top club mentality.”
He said: “We wanted to win at Spurs, but if you went a couple of games without winning it wasn’t a disaster.
“At Bayern you have to win every game. After winning our first two games, there was talk about not being too happy about the way we played. Top club mentality.”