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Bayern Munich’s striker, Harry Kane, has admitted to experiencing pain in his ankle following his early departure due to injury in his team’s 5-2 triumph over Darmstadt on Saturday.

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Despite scoring his 31st goal of the season, Kane had to leave the pitch prematurely after a collision with the goal frame left him clutching his ankle, stirring concerns among both Bayern and England supporters given his history with ankle injuries. With upcoming commitments with the Three Lions and crucial matches for Bayern, Kane’s fitness is under scrutiny.

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Speaking about the injury after the match, Kane succinctly remarked, “It’s a little bit painful.”

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Manager Thomas Tuchel provided further details in his post-match conference, stating, “He collided with the post and twisted his ankle a bit. He had his ankle iced. There’s still no diagnosis, we have to wait. I hope it’s nothing bad.”

Thankfully, Bayern’s sporting director, Christoph Freund, hinted that Kane’s substitution was a precautionary measure. “We hope it’s not so bad,” Freund disclosed. “He was subbed off as a precaution. He won’t take any risks with the national team.”

England is set to play friendlies against Brazil and Belgium, followed by Bayern’s significant fixture against Borussia Dortmund on March 30, with the Champions League quarter-final clash against Arsenal scheduled for April 9.

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