“Harry Kane’s Hat-Trick Delight: Spurs’ Spectacular Start with Bayern Munich Triumph”

Spurs are top of the table and Kane is top of the world.

There were three goals and one assist. The floodgates are truly opening for Bayern Munich striker Harry Kane, who led the Bavarians to a second-half romp against nine-man Darmstadt on Saturday.

Bayern, who had been playing with 10 men since the start owing to Joshua Kimmich’s early red card, entered the half 0-0 and won 8-0 at the end. Kane played a pivotal part in the game, including a spectacular half-field goal over the keeper, and earned man of the match honours as well as his hat-trick ball.

Home, in a manner of speaking. The England international is still settling in to his new bearings.

“Well, I have to find a home first,” Kane laughed after the match when asked about the ball, via Az journalist Patrick Strasser. “But it will get a nice place in the hotel.”

Kane took to Instagram to add more comments about the game directly to his fans, including a breakdown of how he scored his fantastic half-field goal:

The game marked Manuel Neuer’s return to action, though the German keeper had little to do for most of the game. Still, the energy in the stadium was palpable and Kane and the rest of the outfield players fed from it, too.

“I am really happy and excited for Manuel Neuer to be back. He brings in a lot of personality,” Kane added.

With the win Bayern temporarily climb to the top of the Bundesliga table at last, though Xabi Alonso’s Leverkusen side will have its say in Sunday’s match against SC Freiburg.

Kane’s old club is likewise doing well. Tottenham Hotspur sit two points clear at the top of the table, over the likes of Arsenal FC and Manchester City, after 10 matchdays. Could both Bayern and Spurs find their way to league titles this year?

Harry Kane on whether both Bayern and Tottenham can win the league title this season: “We’ll see. There’s still a long way to go,” Kane said on the topic (as captured by Bild reporter Heiko Niedderer). “But of course I’m always keeping an eye on what’s happening in England. We’re top, Tottenham are top, things are looking pretty good so far.”

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