Bayern Munich manager Niko Kovac has described Harry Kane as the complete player – touting him as one of the best strikers in the world.
Kovac takes his Munich side to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tonight where they’ll be looking to continue their perfect start to Group B after their comprehensive victory over Serbian side Red Star Belgrade on matchday one a fortnight ago.
And there’s one man in particular that the former Croatia midfielder is going to be way of when the sides meet in London – Harry Kane.
The England striker, who scored his tenth goal in as many games for club and country this season in Tottenham’s Premier League victory against Southampton on Saturday, has an impressive record in the Champions League, scoring 15 goals in 20 matches, and has a particularly impressive record against German opponents.
The Munich boss, who has a world class striker of his own in Robert Lewandowski, reckons the pair could be the best two on the planet.
When speaking at his press conference yesterday, Kovac said: “I can say something about Harry Kane, but there is no need to do so because I’m sure a lot of people sitting in front of me have already said a lot about him, every word is too much, because his quality in the Premier League, but also with England speaks for itself.
“He is sensational, he is a player than can do it all. He’s great at keeping the ball, he’s good with his head, there is nothing he can’t do.
“He’s a very strong striker, him and [Robert] Lewandowski are probably the top two, top three of four in the world, that’s the way it is at the moment.”