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Harry Kane makes Bundesliga history after scoring in Bayern Munich's win over Darmstadt

Harry Kane makes Bundesliga history after scoring in Bayern Munich's win over Darmstadt

The England captain can't stop scoring.

Harry Kane has set a new Bundesliga record after scoring yet again for Bayern Munich against Darmstadt.

The Three Lions' captain netted Bayern's second goal against Torsten Lieberknecht's side, as the reigning champions ran out 5-2 winners on Saturday.

Further goals from Jamal Musiala, Serge Gnabry and Mathys Tel made sure of the victory in a game where Thomas Tuchel's men initially went behind.

After scoring in the 45th minute, Kane set a new record for netting the most goals ever in a Bundesliga debut season.

With his tally now at 31, the former Spurs man has also successfully achieved his best-ever tally for a single league campaign.

The 30-year-old mustered 280 goals in 432 games for the Lilywhites before departing for Germany in August 2023.

Since then, Kane has continued to find the net in superb fashion for Bayern and now has a whopping 36 goals in 34 games in all competitions.

The ex-Tottenham striker also scored a hat-trick as Tuchel's side beat Mainz 8-1 in Bundesliga action last week.

He has also recently been called up by England boss Gareth Southgate as the Three Lions prepare to take on Brazil and Belgium in back-to-back internationals next week.

Bayern Munich striker Harry Kane. (

After leaving so late in the transfer window, some had suggested Kane would struggle to adapt to life at the Allianz Arena.

But with that far from the case, Southgate has shown full faith in the Munich man and believes a settled career can only further help England's chances this summer.

“From a selfish England perspective, it’s good that his future is settled now for the next few years,” he said.

“Potentially that can be a distraction for players. But also it’s good for him that he’s got to go and perform at a new club now. He’s been at one club for so long.

“To have a change means you’ve got to impress new teammates, new staff, new fans and also there’s the life experience of adjusting to a new country.

"There’s a lot of positives there.”

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Topics: Harry Kane, Bayern Munich, England, Gareth Southgate