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Sport Leroy Sane 'a little sorry' to thrash his former club Schalke 8-0

10:20  19 september  2020
10:20  19 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Leroy Sane admitted he felt ' a little sorry ' to play a part in Bayern Munich's eight-goal thrashing of his former club Schalke . Bayern's new £44million signing from Manchester City was on target as they opened their Bundesliga title defence in ominous fashion on Friday night.

Bayern Munich winger Leroy Sane has admitted he was " a little sorry " after an 8 - 0 thrashing of his former side Schalke on the Sane - making his debut following his July move from Manchester City - felt he slotted in seamlessly with his new team-mates and was pleased with their appetite for goals.

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Leroy Sane admitted he felt 'a little sorry' to play a part in Bayern Munich's eight-goal thrashing of his former club Schalke.

Bayern's new £44million signing from Manchester City was on target as they opened their Bundesliga title defence in ominous fashion on Friday night.

But the winger said he had some sympathy for the club that nurtured him in the youth ranks before he made 57 first-team appearances between 2014 and 2016.

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Bayern Munich winger Leroy Sane has admitted he was " a little sorry " after an 8 - 0 thrashing of his former side Schalke on the Sane - making his debut following his July move from Manchester City - felt he slotted in seamlessly with his new team-mates and was pleased with their appetite for goals.

Sane then capped his superb Bayern debut with a fine finish from a counter-attack in an empty A little later substitute Jamal Musiala drilled in goal number eight to become the youngest ever Bayern Bayern crush Schalke 8 - 0 in Bundesliga opener as Gnabry hits hat-trick. FC Bayern Muenchen v FC

Leroy Sane scored his first goal for Bayern Munich as his old club Schalke were thrashed 8-0 © Provided by Daily Mail Leroy Sane scored his first goal for Bayern Munich as his old club Schalke were thrashed 8-0 The £44m summer signing broke clear to score Bayern's seventh goal at the Allianz Arena © Provided by Daily Mail The £44m summer signing broke clear to score Bayern's seventh goal at the Allianz Arena

'Of course, I was at Schalke for a long time,' Sane said. 'To get such a defeat at the start of the season and it goes so haywire is difficult.

'I'm of course a little sorry.'

Debutant Sane scored the seventh of Bayern's eight goals at the Allianz Arena after a Serge Gnabry hat-trick plus strikes from Leon Goretzka, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller put the Treble winners in command.

England under-17 international Jamal Musiala became Bayern's youngest ever goalscorer, at 17 years and 205 days, by scoring the eighth.

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German champions Bayern Munich thrash Schalke 8 - 0 including a hat-trick from Serge Gnabry and a goal for Leroy Sane on his debut in the opening fixture of the new Bundesliga season. Watch: Gnabry & Sane star as rampant Bayern thrash Schalke 8 - 0 .

Was Leroy Sane ’s display against his former club Schalke 04 - featuring a goal and a hat-trick of assists - the best of his And Sane is not unsure of his own talents either. His demotion from the matchday squad in August was due to a perceived attitude problem, not long after similar complaints

'It felt very good to be on the pitch with the boys,' Sane added.

'It was a very good day. I feel completely at ease and knew that it would work out well with the team. Everyone was hungry.

'Everyone just wanted to attack and give full throttle.'

Bayern have now won 22 consecutive matches in all competitions, having achieved a Treble of Bundesliga, German Cup and Champions League last season.

Hansi Flick's team are unbeaten in 31 games during this calendar year and last tasted defeat on December 7 last year.

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