Harry Kane equal the record for most goals at the halfway point of the German Bundesliga.

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Harry Kane equal the record for most goals at the halfway point of the German Bundesliga. The person who previously held the record was a former player of Bayern as well.

Harry Kane, Bayern Munich striker, tied the record for scoring. The most goals in the German Bundesliga battle of all time. When he arrived in the 17th program of the season, or the halfway point of the season. A total of 21 goals have been presse.

Bayern just beat Hoffenheim 3-0 at home on Friday, January 12, although. It was the 16th league match of the Bayern Munich this season. But technically it is the 17th program of the season. The reason why Bayern play fewer games than many teams was because their program. With Union Berlin last December was postpone due to a storm. The snow fell heavily.

Previous players to have scored 21 goals at the halfway point in the Bundesliga include Robert Lewandowski. Who did it with Bayern in the 2020 season. 21 In the end, that season, Lewandowski scored 41 goals, breaking the Bundesliga record for most goals per season.

Bayern Munich’s Jamal Musiala scored twice to give the champion a 3-0 victory over Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga. Restart on Friday as the club remembered Germany great Franz Beckenbauer who died last week.

Bundesliga top scorer Harry Kane was also on target in stoppage time to take. His league tally to 22 goals to equal Robert Lewandowski’s all-time league record. For most goals at the halfway stage of a Bundesliga season. Report by โปรโมชั่น ufabet

The Bavarians are in second place in the standings on 41 points. One behind leader Bayer Leverkusen, in action at Augsburg on Saturday.

Beckenbauer, a World Cup winner as both Germany player and coach. Helped establish Bayern as a European powerhouse. With three consecutive European Cup wins in the 1970s among other titles before also becoming club president until 2009.

Hours after his funeral in Munich, the stadium was illuminate. With the words ‘Thank You Franz’ as dozens of former Bayern players gathered in the stands to pay tribute to ‘der Kaiser’ along with 75,000 fans.