Harry Kane is yet to score in the Champions League but Tottenham star boasts sensational record against German teams including Bayern Munich as Spurs face Eintracht Frankfurt

    Harry Kane just can’t stop scoring at the moment for club or country.

    The Tottenham star has eight goals since the start of the season for Spurs and England, so he is a man in form.

    Kane made it 100 Premier League away goals in the north London derby

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    Kane made it 100 Premier League away goals in the north London derby

    But he is yet to score in the Champions League this year despite having eight shots in the opening two games against Marseille and Sporting Lisbon.

    However, Eintracht Frankfurt could represent the perfect opportunity for Kane to get off the mark in UEFA’s premier competition.

    The 29-year-old has played against German teams four times in his career and has scored five goals.

    Kane has bagged four times in as many clashes against Borussia Dortmund, whilst he also got on the scoresheet in his only appearance against Bayern Munich.

    The former Norwich loanee has more goals against teams from Germany than any other nation bar England.

    On the international stage, Kane has also found enjoyment playing Germany, scoring in every game against them.

    So Frankfurt should be worried about history repeating itself.

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    Kane scored twice against Dortmund in a 3-1 win in the 2017/18 season

    Not only does Kane boast a great record against German sides personally, but when he scores, Spurs or England don’t often lose.

    Against Dortmund, Kane snatched a brace in the group stage match at Wembley in 2017 and then bagged another in a 2-1 win to help Spurs seal the double over the Bundesliga giants.

    The England captain proved to be Dortmund’s nemesis again as Spurs made their way to the Champions League final in the 2018/19 campaign.

    Tottenham won the first leg of their last 16 tie 3-0 at Wembley before Kane sealed a 1-0 victory away from home.

    However, his goal against Bayern Munich is probably one of the least memorable in his career – having come in that infamous 7-2 thrashing that signalled the beginning of the end for Mauricio Pochettino.

    Kane scored from the penalty spot to make it 4-2 before Tottenham collapsed, but that is the only blotch on his Germany record.

    In games for England against Germany, Kane has yet to taste defeat, with two wins and two draws, including a 3-3 tie at Wembley last month in which the forward scored from the spot.

    That last strike against Die Mannschaft saw Kane become just the second player in history to score in four consecutive appearances against them.

    Kane’s penalty meant nothing as Spurs were thrashed by Bayern

    Kane’s penalty meant nothing as Spurs were thrashed by Bayern

    Spurs need a win against Frankfurt after a humbling 3-1 defeat in the north London derby.

    Tottenham weren’t at their best and were easily beaten by their bitter rivals, but Antonio Conte’s teams are known for bouncing back and responding to setbacks.

    So don’t be surprised to see Kane extend his goalscoring record in a Tottenham win on Tuesday night against the Europa League champions live on talkSPORT.

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