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Former Man City star Leroy Sane smashes camera in anger after Bayern Munich beaten by Bayer Leverkusen

Leroy Sane was seen hitting a camera in frustration after his team's 3-0 defeat by Bayer Leverkusen.

The match took place at the BayArena on Saturday night and had high stakes for both teams. If Leverkusen won, they would extend their lead at the top of the table, but if Bayern won, they would overtake them.

Sadly for Bayern, Leverkusen were the clear winners. Goals from Josip Stanisic, who is on loan from Bayern, and Alex Grimaldo put Xabi Alonso's team ahead. Manuel Neuer then decided to go up for a Bayern corner in the closing stages, leaving his goal empty.

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However, the decision quickly backfired when Jeremie Frimpong broke and scored a third goal for Leverkusen. An angry Sane, who had raced back to try and prevent the goal, then kicked the ball away and hit the camera inside the goal.

The 28-year-old has been one of Bayern's top players this season, scoring eight goals and making 11 assists. Only Harry Kane has scored more goals and assists in the Bayern squad so far this season.

However, Kane didn't have a great game and only managed to get one shot on target. After the match, the England international told his team-mates they needed to do better if they wanted to win the league title and stop Leverkusen from getting too far ahead.

"We didn't play well with the ball," he told Sky Sports. "We kept giving it back to them every time we won it."

He said they weren't good enough in the final third of the pitch and that their delivery wasn't good enough. Despite this disappointing defeat, Kane believes they can still catch up. "We're five points behind