Harry Kane Matches Gerd Muller’s Fast Start at Bayern Munich
Harry Kane has made an impressive start to his career at Bayern Munich, matching the goal-scoring record of legendary striker Gerd Muller. Kane, who joined Bayern Munich over the summer, wasted no time adapting to life in the Bundesliga.
In a recent match against VFL Bochum, Kane found the net in just 12 minutes, scoring his fifth Bundesliga goal of the season. This remarkable achievement puts him in the company of some of the greatest strikers to have played for Bayern Munich.
Kane’s five goals in five league matches match the record set by Muller, Miroslav Klose, and Mario Mandzukic for the most goals scored in the same number of Bundesliga fixtures for the club. Muller, who played for Bayern Munich from 1964 to 1979, is widely regarded as Germany’s greatest ever striker and scored an incredible 365 Bundesliga goals during his time at the club.
The quick adaptation and goal-scoring prowess demonstrated by Kane have made him an instant hit at Bayern Munich. His ability to find the back of the net consistently has already earned him a place among the club’s legendary goal-scorers.
In the match against Bochum, Kane’s goal was one of four scored by Bayern Munich in an electrifying first half. Eric Choupo-Moting, Mathijs de Ligt, and Leroy Sane also found the net, putting Bayern Munich in a commanding 4-0 lead at halftime.
With his impressive start to the season, Kane has not only matched the goal-scoring records of Bayern Munich’s greats but has also proven his worth as a key player for the team. His contributions on the field have undoubtedly played a significant role in Bayern Munich’s success so far.
As the season progresses, it will be fascinating to see if Kane can continue his goal-scoring form and potentially surpass the records set by Muller and other Bayern Munich legends. His performances will undoubtedly be closely watched by fans and pundits alike.
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