Kane admits Bayern 'made it look easy' in Bochum destruction
Hat-trick hero Harry Kane admitted Bayern Munich made it look easy in their 7-0 destruction of Bochum.
The England captain took his league goal tally to seven and also set a club record for most goals by a player in his first five Bundesliga matches.
He touched on Bayern's dominance and his start to life in Germany after the game, saying: “We played well today and had the right mentality.
"We made it look easy and had so much speed with the ball. Everyone was in top form today, it felt very good.
"I’m getting to know the team better with every game and things are going very well for me and for the team."
In the first half, Kane reacted quickest to put home a loose ball and converted a penalty shortly after.
He secured the match ball in the dying seconds by flicking home a pass from Noussair Mazraoui.
Not only did Kane show his lethal goalscoring instics, he also turned provider on two occasions.
He sent Leroy Sane through with a superb assist in the 38th minute and teed up Mathys Tel towards the end of the match.
Bayern manager Thomas Tuchel was understandably delighted with the performance.
He said: "It feels very good. The attitude and approach were spot on. We didn't let up, that was important.
"It was a significant step forwards. We know how uncomfortable Bochum can be to play against. We knew we had to be dilligent but it looked easier than it was.
"We kept things simple and exploited the pace in our team. It was a very consistent, focused and determined performance at a high level."