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By Rune Gjerulff@runegjerulff

Harry Kane: "It's been a tough week"

After back-to-back defeats for Bayern, Harry Kane admits it's been a "tough week".
Things have not gone according to plan for Bayern Munich recently, as a humiliating 3-0 defeat at the hands of Bundesliga rivals Bayer Leverkusen was followed by a 1-0 loss to Lazio in the Champions League on Wednesday.

Analyzing the match in an interview with TNT Sports, Bayern star Harry Kane lamented the chances his team missed throughout the game.

"It's been a tough week. We started well and had some clear chances – I had one, Jamal [Musiala] had one, Josh [Kimmich] had one from the edge of the box. In these games, those are big moments which we weren't able to take," Kane said, adding:

"The second half was disappointing. We came out with less energy and less confidence. There were too many balls given away and, ultimately, once you go down to ten men, it's always difficult. We're still in this tie and they come to our stadium in a few weeks. We have to look forward and try to turn our momentum around."

The England international uncharacteristically missed a good chance in the box early in the game.

"They're the ones you want and I just leaned back. That's football and part of being a striker: you're going to miss them now and again. The main thing for me and the team is to focus on the next challenge. We're in a difficult spell; there's no hiding that. We're not out of it and we'll never give up. One spark can change a lot and we need to try to find that," Kane said.

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