Harry Kane scores incredible goal FROM HIS OWN HALF as he hits a hat-trick with Bayern Munich hitting EIGHT second-half goals in thrashing of Darmstadt – with three players sent off!
- Harry Kane scores from his own half for Bayern Munich in Darmstadt thrashing
- England skipper nets twice in victory to bring his total to 14 goals this season
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Harry Kane has continued his fairytale start to his Bayern Munich career by scoring an outrageous goal from inside his own half.
The England skipper channelled David Beckham’s iconic goal against Wimbledon in 1996, by netting Munich’s fifth goal in their 8-0 thrashing of Darmstadt.
Picking up the ball in the middle of the pitch, Kane scored from inside the centre circle to net his second goal of the game, as he went on to score a hat-trick for the Bundesliga club.
In a game packed full of incident, it saw three first half red cards before Bayern scored eight goals in 38 minutes after the break.
Kane opened the scoring six minutes into the second period, and it saw the floodgates open for Thomas Tuchel’s men.
Kane (centre circle) tries his luck by shooting from inside his own half against Darmstadt
Kane’s shot is perfect and it sails over the head of the goalkeeper and goes into the net
Harry Kane netted a goal from his own half as part of a hat-trick in Bayern’s massive victory
Leroy Sane hit a brace and Jamal Musiala notched his first of the game before Kane decided to hog all the headlines with his wonder strike with twenty minutes to go.
Musiala added his second and Thomas Muller got in on the act before Kane completed his hat-trick two minutes from time to complete the rout over a shell-shocked Darmstadt team.
The result is even more remarkable given that Bayern went down to ten minute with just four minutes on the clock, after Joshua Kimmich was given his marching orders.
Kane slides in to complete his hat-trick in Bayern Munich’s 8-0 thrashing of Darmstadt
There were braces for Leroy Sane and Jamal Musiala as well as a goal from Thomas Muller
Kimmich saw red after preventing Marvin Mehlem from a goal-scoring opportunity, before the visitors were then reduced to nine men following red cards to Klaus Gjascula and Matej Maglica, with both also guilty of the same crime.
Kane’s treble means he has now scored 14 goals and racked up 7 assists in just 13 games since moving to the German giants in the summer.
The huge win sees Bayern return to the top of the Bundesliga table, one point ahead of Bayer Leverkusen who play Freiburg tomorrow.
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