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Harry Kane will ask questions of Manchester United's problem position

Manchester United supporters will welcome the return of the Champions League anthem at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday night.

However, the reality is their first matchday provides their toughest test in the group stages of the competition. Bayern Munich are the top seed in the group and will provide a menacing opponent for the Reds.

While in an ideal world, United would win every match, a draw in Bavaria would be a decent result, especially considering Erik ten Hag's side's form away from Manchester against the big clubs. United must also deal with a familiar opponent.

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Following his move from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer, Harry Kane has already adapted to his new surroundings in Germany. The 30-year-old scored three goals in his first three games for his new club.

United are fully aware of the threat that Kane, a previous United transfer target, poses to the team and Ten Hag has already spoken about the best means of stopping the English talisman. That was something the Reds managed to do in October 2022.

"[I admire Kane because] First of all the number of goals, and also his key actions [that] come to a goal, final passes as well. He is just a great player, great personality as well," said the Dutchman in April.

"It’s quite clear his impact on the game for Spurs – we have a plan for that and in the home game we did very well, so for [the reverse fixture] we need a very good plan as well. You have to defend as a team – he is a clever player; don’t allow him to come into situations where he can have a big impact on the game."

It is no secret the forward likes to drop deeper