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Video: Bayern defeats Mainz with a Kane hat-trick

Video: Bayern defeats Mainz with a Kane hat-trick

Bayern Munich defeated its guest Mainz 8-1, in the 25th round of the German League. Harry Kane was the most prominent star of the match, as he scored a hat-trick, his second since his arrival to the German club. Furthermore, the striker became only the third player in the history of the tournament to score at least two goals in eight different matches, something that has not happened since the 1993-94 season, with Tony Polster.

For those who had doubts about the Englishman's adaptation, the numbers put that theory to rest, with Kane on Saturday afternoon reaching 36 goals in 34 appearances, in all competitions. In the 13th minute, the striker opened the scoring, and seven minutes later, with Rafael Guerrero on the field, Goretzka increased Bavarian's advantage. After half an hour of play, Amery succeeded in reducing the deficit for Mainz, before a terrible match involving Gilavogi. The French midfielder collided with his head on his teammate's knee, leaving him immobile for a few moments.

At the end of the first half, Kane scored a brace and made the score 3-1 for Bayern Munich, who entered the second 45th minute at full strength. Thomas Müller made the score 4-1 from the start, and in the 61st minute the home team scored several goals through Musiala. Shortly afterwards, it was Serge Gnabry's turn to score a stunning goal, before Harry Kane scored a hat-trick. Until the end, Goretzka gave greater features to the “empty” defeat achieved by Thomas Tuchel’s men.

Leipzig hosted Darmstadt and won 2-0, with an own goal from Thomas Isherwood and a goal by Baumgartner in the second half. Also in round 25, Augsburg narrowly defeated Heidenheim with a single goal scored by Geoffrey Guilio. In Mönchengladbach, Borussia did not overcome a 3-3 draw with struggling Cologne, one of the three teams in the relegation zone, in the German League.

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(Eleven photos on DAZN)