‘Kane’ overtook the Bundesliga top scorer last year.

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Harry Kane, Bayern Munich’s striker, played 11 Bundesliga matches and scored 17 goals, surpassing both Christopher Nkunku and Christopher Nkunku as top scorers for the entire season last season. Niklas Fullkrug is all set

after scoring a double in Champions League midweek matches Last Saturday, the 30-year-old striker started again, spending 44 minutes scoring two goals against Heidenheim,

even though the team is a new team in the league. Will pursue an equalizer in the second half, but the “Southern Tigers” still managed to win thanks to goals from Rafael Guerrero and Eric Choupo-Moting. Kane’s work besides helping Bayern take the lead

. Sergeant first Leverkusen has already played. He is also the first person in Bundesliga history to score 17 goals in 11 matches. Last season, Nkunku and Fullkrug spent the entire season doing different things

. 16 goals for RB Leipzig and Werder Bremen respectively. But that number has already been matched by Kane.

If all competitions are counted, Kane has scored 21 goals in 16 matches, making it the 10th consecutive season that he has captained the England national team. 

Made personal contributions up to this amount, plus shooting at Bayern also used the least number of games.

“We responded well after being equalize by our opponents. And I’m just happy to play with this Bayern team,” Kane, the striker worth 95 million euros, said after the game at Allianz. “I love playing with Sane, we have a relationship

. Good both on and off the field He’s probably our best player this season.”

“This win puts us temporarily at the top and we hope Leverkusen will begin to drop points But if it’s not like that We will try to overtake them in the next game.”

Kane was further asked about breaking the all-time record of Robert Lewandowski. the agency’s former striker. Bundesliga scorer with 41 goals in 29 matches in 2020-21

“Good question… I’ll probably be ask this question all season long. But there is still a long way to go,” Ken answered in closing.