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When Harry Kane finally left Tottenham, 4369 days had passed since his debut, every one of them without a trophy. The expectation was that he would break that cycle on day one at Bayern Munich. Instead, schadenfreude visited the €100m signing.

Dani Olmo’s hat-trick stunned the expectant Bayern supporters inside the Allianz Arena as RB Leipzig won the Supercup – and there was nothing that Kane could do to prevent it. Two down when he came on. Three down before he had touched the ball.

When Bayern had talked of making him feel at home, this is not what Kane would have had in mind. He chased around but with little reward. Thomas Tuchel even apologised to his new signing afterwards for his team-mates’ inability to find him with their passes.

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The best action from the DFL Supercup as Harry Kane made his Bayern Munich debut

Perhaps this defeat was for the best. There were those keen to question the value of any silverware won in a side that has made such a habit of acquiring it without him. On this evidence, it will be no foregone conclusion. He must make the difference, after all.

Two chances came and went inside 25 minutes for 18-year-old Mathys Tel, filling in for Kane up front. The teenager’s very presence appeared designed to remind everyone of the hole that required filling – a visible example of why Bayern so prioritised this signing.

When Tel went through for a third time just before the hour mark, seeing his shot saved, the chants for Kane that had begun earlier in the half grew louder. The crowd, many of whom had queued for his shirt since it became available that morning, ached for his arrival.

Seeing the stadium heave with anticipation as Kane received the call to end his warm-up and race to the bench for instructions, it was impossible not to think of the pressure that comes with becoming the record signing in the history of one of the world’s biggest clubs.