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Harry Kane's Historic Hat-Trick Powers Bayern Munich to 7-0 Rout

Harry Kane's Historic Hat-Trick Powers Bayern Munich to 7-0 Rout

Harry Kane's Historic Hat-Trick Powers Bayern Munich to 7-0 Rout
Harry Kane's Historic Hat-Trick Powers Bayern Munich to 7-0 Rout(Image-Getty)

 Bayern Munich's star forward, Harry Kane, showcased his scoring prowess by netting a remarkable hat-trick during their dominant 7-0 victory over VfL Bochum on a memorable Saturday. This outstanding performance elevated Kane's league goal count to seven, simultaneously setting a new club record for the most goals scored by a player in his initial five Bundesliga matches.


Kane's trio of goals surpassed the achievements of legendary Bayern Munich figures such as Gerd Mueller, Miroslav Klose, and Mario Mandzukic, all of whom managed to score five times in their respective first five games for the club.


The Bavarian giants, fresh from their exhilarating 4-3 triumph over Manchester United in the Champions League earlier in the week, now sit atop the Bundesliga standings with an impressive 13 points from their opening five league fixtures. Bayer Leverkusen, currently on 10 points, have the chance to draw level if they secure victory against Heidenheim in their Sunday encounter.


England's national team captain, Harry Kane, who made history as the Bundesliga's most expensive transfer ever with his €100 million ($106.52 million) move to the German champions this season, initiated his goal spree in the 13th minute, capitalizing on a fortunate bounce.


Prior to Kane's opener, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting had already given Bayern the lead in the fourth minute, capitalizing on a perfectly-timed assist from Kingsley Coman.


The hosts ruthlessly dismantled their opponents with two more goals before halftime. In the 29th minute, Matthijs de Ligt displayed his aerial prowess by scoring with a powerful header, while Kane exhibited his playmaking abilities by setting up Leroy Sane with a brilliant assist in the 38th minute, resulting in Bayern's fourth goal.


Kane further solidified his place in Bayern's record books with a confidently converted penalty in the 54th minute. Kingsley Coman came agonizingly close to adding another in the 60th minute, hitting the woodwork.


In the 82nd minute, substitute Mathys Tel extended Bayern's lead to an astonishing six goals, and Kane's deft flick in the 89th minute capped off Bochum's afternoon of misery.

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