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Harry Kane holds the record for most goals in a single season of the Bundesliga by an Englishman

So far this season, Harry Kane has scored 22 goals for Bayern Munich.

Harry Kane of Bayern Munich continues to create headlines as the highest-scoring English footballer in a single Bundesliga season. Kane scored the only goal in Bayern’s 1-0 triumph over Koln in the Bundesliga last night.

The English skipper has been unstoppable since joining the Bavarians for $100 million from Tottenham. Yesterday’s goal, a first-half strike, sent Bayern to the top of the Bundesliga standings, passing rivals Bayer Leverkusen.

Following that, Harry Kane added to his score. He now has 18 goals and 5 assists from just 12 outings. He is still the Bundesliga’s leading goalscorer this season, breaking many records along the way. Fans lauded Kane’s outstanding performance, dubbing him a “goal-machine.” Some feel that with his regular performances, he may even overtake the old No. 9, Robert Lewandowski, in club goals.

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Fans in awe as Harry Kane continues stacking up goals

Harry Kane.(Source: ESPN)
Harry Kane.(Source: ESPN)

After scoring his 18th goal of the season in Bayern Munich’s victory against Cologne, Harry Kane broke the record set by former Hamburg player Kevin Keegan for the most goals scored in a single Bundesliga season.

Fans have praised the Englishman’s solid league efforts, with the Englishman netting 22 goals in all competitions this season. The player garnered several accolades from the club’s supporters all over the world. Some supporters believed that the player might have accomplished considerably more than he did at Tottenham. Here are some of the reactions from fans:

Meanwhile, Kane continues to lead the Bundesliga scoring charts with 18 goals in 12 games, one more than Stuttgart attacker Serhou Guirassy, who has an astounding 15 goals this season.

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