Former Tottenham striker Harry Kane made history on Saturday netting a hat-trick and taking his goal tally to seven following his arrival at Bayern Munich.
The England striker also provided two assists as the Bundesliga champions ripped apart visitors Bochum at the Allianz Arena.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting who had missed a earlier header, gave Bayern the lead when he finished a low Kingsley Coman’s cross. The €100 million Englishman doubled the lead nine minutes later when Alphonso Davies runs yielded a perfect ball for him to finish.
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Matthijs de Ligt who had been recalled into the first eleven netted the third when he met Joshua Kimmich’s corner leaving Manuel Riemann rooted with no chance to stop it. Sane closed off a perfect halftime score line of four goals.
In the second half Ordets handled the ball in the box before Kane netted from the penalty spot for his second of the evening. Thomas Tuchel brought in his talented youngster Mathys Tel who met Kane’s assist for the sixth of the evening.
It was the former Tottenham star who sealed the much three points and seven goal rout sending them top of the table with 13 points, a point clear of second placed Stuttgart.