Harry Kane mocked after fans say the ‘only trophy he’ll be winning’ looks like Arsenal’s badge

Fans have ruthlessly mocked Harry Kane, saying the only trophy he could win this season looks like Arsenal’s badge.

Bayern Munich have won an impressive 11 Bundesliga titles in a row and were odds-on to make it 12 triumphs following the blockbuster transfer of Kane last summer.

Kane, who joined the German giants from Tottenham for £86 million, has scored 28 goals in all competitions as he enjoys a blistering campaign.

But he could continue his trophy draught, having failed to win a single major honour in his illustrious career.

Bayern trail league leaders Bayer Leverkusen by five points following their 3-0 defeat to Xabi Alonso’s team last weekend.

They’re out of the DFB-Pokal after losing to third division side Saarbrucken last November.

And they’re on the brink of Champions League elimination, having suffered a crushing 1-0 defeat to Lazio in their last 16 first-leg tie.

That means the only trophy Kane, who made his Bayern debut in their German Super Cup loss, could win this season would be an individual award.

As he’s the leading scorer (24) in Germany’s top flight, the 30-year-old is in line to bag the Torjagerkanone, which translates to goal-scorer cannon.

Robert Lewandowski poses with the Torjagerkanone. Image: Getty

And the trophy looks like the old artillery gun on Arsenal’s badge, which fans online mercilessly pointed out.

One Arsenal fan wrote: “So, Harry Kane could finish this season as the Bundesliga’s top scorer, but still without a championship trophy to his name… And the funniest part – Have you seen what the award for being top scorer in Germany actually looks like?”

A second tweeted: “That’s absolutely amazing! Although part of me wants Bayern to win it because that would be proper spursy if Kane was to leave and win silverware immediately.”

A third added: “Travels to Germany, wins a Gunner trophy, still not a league winner.”

That’s back-to-back defeats for Bayern following their defeat in Italy.


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