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Harry Kane and Robert Lewandowski stats compared so far in 2023/24, there's one clear winner

Jack Kenmare

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Harry Kane and Robert Lewandowski stats compared so far in 2023/24, there's one clear winner

We are only three months into the 2023/24 campaign and Harry Kane is already justifying his £100 million price tag at Bayern Munich.

The 30-year-old England international, who joined Thomas Tuchel's side from boyhood club Spurs this summer, has bagged 21 goals and seven assists in all competitions for Bayern this season.

His goals have ranged from tap-ins in the Champions League, to a goal of the season contender from his own half during a 8-0 win against Darmstadt.

If you break down his overall tally, Kane has scored 17 goals in 11 Bundesliga games, and has attempted a total of 226 passes in 961 minutes played in Germany's top flight.


He has also netted four goals in four Champions League fixtures this season.


So how does his record compare to another world-class striker, Robert Lewandowski? By his ridiculously high standards, it has been a relatively-slow start to the season.

The Poland international has scored seven goals in 11 La Liga games for Barcelona this season, and has attempted 188 passes in 837 minutes.


Lewandowski has only found the net on one occasion during Barca's Champions League campaign so far, despite recording 214 minutes of game time.

That being said, Lewandowski has scored the most point winning goals in La Liga this season followed by Jude Bellingham and Gerard Moreno.

He also remains the top scorer and assist-maker for Barcelona this season.


Kane, meanwhile, needs 13 more goals or assists to trigger a "special" clause in his contract at Bayern Munich.

It emerged this week that the striker has a clause in his deal that includes "scorer-points".

A report from German publication BILD suggests Kane will receive a payment of €250,000 [£218,000] if he scores more than 40 scorer-points across all competitions in a single season.

Scorer-points are another way of saying combined goals and assists, meaning Kane, who is currently on 28 goal involvements for the season, needs just 13 more to bag the clause amount.

Featured Image Credit: Getty Images

Topics: Harry Kane, Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich, Barcelona, La Liga, Bundesliga

Jack Kenmare
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