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Harry Kane sets stunning record with Bayern Munich goal vs Arsenal in Champions League

Harry Kane sets stunning record with Bayern Munich goal vs Arsenal in Champions League

Harry Kane has broken a record.

Harry Kane set an incredible new record when he scored against Arsenal for Bayern Munich.

On Tuesday Kane returned to North London for the first time since leaving Tottenham Hotspur for Bayern Munich last summer, and as might have been predicted, he came back to haunt his former foes.

Arsenal took a first half lead in the first leg of Champions League quarter-final tie, with Bukayo Saka curling a low effort past Manuel Neuer.

The Bundesliga giants drew level through former Gunner Serge Gnabry, and then added insult to injury when Kane got himself on the scoresheet.

After Leroy Sane was taken down inside the penalty area by William Saliba, Kane coolly rolled his penalty past David Raya.

Not only did the England captain put Bayern ahead, he also set an impressive record.

Kane has now scored six goals away at Arsenal, more than any other visiting player at the Emirates Stadium.

He was tied on five with Liverpool star Diogo Jota and Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy.

Kane has now scored 15 goals in 20 career games against Arsenal; the only teams he has netted more against are Leicester (20) and Everton (16).

Kane has enjoyed a remarkable first season at Bayern since completing his £100 million summer move.

The 30-year-old has now scored 39 goals in 38 games in all competitions this season, with his seven Champions League strikes making his the top scorer in the competition this season.

However, Kane's wait to win a first major trophy of his career could go on despite him being in the form of his life.

Bayern are 16 points behind Bundesliga leaders Bayer Leverkusen and were knocked out of the German Cup by third tier Saarbrucken back in November, meaning the Champions League represents their last remaining opportunity to win silverware this term.

If Bayern see off Arsenal over two legs, then they will face either Real Madrid or Manchester City in the semi-finals.

Featured Image Credit: TNT Sports

Topics: Harry Kane, Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Champions League, Football, Premier League