- Harry Kane scores from his own half for Bayern Munich in Darmstadt
- The England captain scored a hat-trick in the win, taking his total to 14 goals this season
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Harry Kane took to social media after Bayern Munich’s 8-0 win over Darmstadt in the Bundesliga to talk about his hat-trick and incredible goal in his own half.
In a humble video statement, Kane expressed his delight at the result and called his goal from the halfway line “one of the better ones of my career.”
He called it an “amazing second half” with “one of my better goals.” as Kane secured a hat-trick, along with braces from Leroy Sane and Jamal Musiala.
Bayern fans were amazed by Kane’s goal from his own half, adding to an already eventful game that saw three red cards and eight goals in the first half.
Regarding the goal, he said: “That was it.” Obviously one of the better goals I’ve scored so far in my career. I got the ball at halftime and saw the goalkeeper outside his line in the first half.
Bayern striker Harry Kane tried his luck against Darmstadt with a shot from his own half
Kane’s shot is perfect and sails over the goalkeeper’s head and into the net
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“I always look for every game and of course I’ve tried to score from the halfway line a few times in my career, but this one just worked out perfectly.”
“Special afternoon, especially to finish with the hat-trick. “So yes, we’ll continue next week,” the England captain added.
The hat-trick continued Kane’s fairytale start to his Bayern Munich career as he scored an incredible goal from his own half.
The England captain emulated David Beckham’s legendary goal against Wimbledon in 1996 by scoring the fifth goal in Munich’s 8-0 win over Darmstadt.
Kane picked up the ball in the middle of the pitch and scored his second goal of the game from the center circle, making it a hat-trick for the Bundesliga club.
The hat-trick continued Kane’s fairytale start to his Bayern Munich career as he scored an incredible goal from his own half
There were braces from Leroy Sane and Jamal Musiala and a goal from Thomas Müller
In a game full of incidents, there were three red cards in the first half before Bayern scored eight goals in 38 minutes after the break.
Six minutes into the second half, Kane scored the first goal, opening the scoring for Thomas Tuchel’s men.
With the huge win, Bayern return to the top of the Bundesliga table, one point ahead of Bayer Leverkusen, who play Freiburg tomorrow.
With five assists, Kane now increases his goal rate to 12.