Unusual video surfaces showing a Tottenham Hotspur fan tearing apart a Harry Kane shirt

In a display of disappointment over Harry Kane’s move to Bayern Munich, a disgruntled Spurs fan has taken to destroying Kane’s shirt.

Following an agreement between the two clubs, the official announcement of Kane’s transfer to the Bundesliga champions was made on Saturday morning. Kane had previously undergone a medical a day earlier after flying in for the purpose.

With only a year remaining on his contract at Spurs, Kane has committed to a four-year deal with Bayern Munich. Additionally, he has taken up the prestigious No.9 shirt, previously worn by Robert Lewandowski.

Departing as Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer with 280 goals in 435 appearances, the 30-year-old Harry Kane bid an emotional farewell to the fans through a video message on social media.

While a significant portion of supporters extend their well wishes for his quest for trophies at Bayern Munich, one infuriated fan took a different route, sharing a video of them disrespecting a Kane jersey.

Twitter user @Gillespie2704 posted a 21-second video depicting a Kane No.18 shirt being splattered with ketchup and subsequently covered in chocolate mousse.

The individual utilized their foot to smear the substances, creating a messy scene. In the accompanying caption, the user revealed that the shirt was a purchase made by their late grandad.

Image: Bayern Munich

They then said that Kane “died to me” the very moment he arrived in Germany to sign for Bayern.

The tweet read: “My grandad bought me this shirt just before he died. He was a POW (prisoner of war) in Germany during WW2 and died a few miles away from White Hart Lane.

“Despite Harry Kane no longer being a POW at Tottenham, ironically he died to me the second he stepped foot in Germany.”

Kane, meanwhile, has expressed his delight over signing for Bayern and hailed the club’s “winning mentality”.

“I’m very happy to be a part of FC Bayern now,” Kane toldBayern’s official websiteafter signing on the dotted line.

“Bayern is one of the biggest clubs in the world, and I’ve always said that I want to compete and prove myself at the highest level during my career.

“This club is defined by its winning mentality – it feels very good to be here.”

He is in line to make his debut against RB Leipzig on Saturday in the DFL Supercup – and could win a trophy in his very first day.

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