Every record Harry Kane has broken for Bayern Munich in 2023/24 | Football

Kane is enjoying a historic season in Bavaria (Picture: Getty)

Harry Kane has sent records tumbling since his big money move to Bayern Munich from Tottenham last summer.

The England captain has bagged an astonishing 42 goals for the German giants in all competitions this season, with 35 of those coming in the Bundesliga, making this campaign Kane’s most prolific in front of goal to date.

But despite his goalscoring heroics, Kane could remarkably finish the season empty-handed, with the league and cup having evaded Bayern meaning their Champions League semi-final clash with Real Madrid now takes on extra significance.

Let’s take a look at all the records the former Tottenham man has broken this season with Bayern Munich.

Which records has Harry Kane broken this season?

Record Bundesliga and Bayern Munich signing – Bayern paid £100m for Kane’s services, which could rise to £120m in add-ons, smashing the £68m which Bayern parted with to sign Lucas Hernandez from Atletico Madrid in 2019.

Harry Kane celebrates scoring a goal for Bayern Munich

Kane has been in stunning form this season (Picture: Getty)

Bundesliga 22/23 Golden Boot tally surpassed – Kane took just 11 games to surpass the 16 goals scored by Christopher Nkunku and Niclas Fullkrug last season.

Fastest player to reach 20 Bundesliga goals– The benchmark was reached after just 15 games, breaking the record previously held by the legendary Uwe Seeler, who required 21 matches to reach the landmark in the 1963/64 season.

Top scoring Englishman in a single Bundesliga season – Jadon Sancho and Kevin Keegan held the previous record with 17 goals, for Borussia Dortmund in 2019/20 and for Hamburg in 1978/79 respectively. Kane required only 12 games to set the new record.

Most goals scored in a player’s opening five Bayern league games – Mario Mandzukic, Miroslav Klose and Gerd Muller all scored five goals in their first five games, with Kane edging past that tally with seven strikes.

Most goals in first 10 Bundesliga appearances – Kane scored 15 goals in his first ten league outings. Only Klaus Matischak had scored at least 13 in a player’s first ten Bundesliga appearances, with his goals arriving for Schalke in 1963/64.

Most goals in a single season of Kane’s career – Surpassing the 41 he scored for Tottenham in 2017/18.

Most Bundesliga goals in a debut season – Uwe Seeler held the previous record with 30 goals scored for Hamburg in the inaugural Bundesliga campaign in 1963/64.

Harry Kane celebrates scoring a goal for Bayern Munich

Kane will be hoping to add the Champions League trophy to go with his individual records this season (Picture: Getty)

Top English goalscorer in the Bundesliga – Jadon Sancho is second on the list with 40 for Borussia Dortmund, whilst Tony Woodcock is third with 39 goals in 131 appearances across two spells with Cologne.

Fewest games needed to reach 30 Bundesliga goals – Kane needed just 25 matches to rack up goal number 30. For comparison, Erling Haaland needed 32 for Borussia Dortmund.

First player to score at least two goals in eight matches during his debut season – Kane (9) has beaten the previous record of seven matches managed by Friedhelm Konietzka in 1963/64 and then by Toni Polster in 1993/94.

Could Harry Kane beat Robert Lewandowski’s record for the most goals ever in a Bundesliga season?

Robert Lewandowski broke Gerd Muller’s long-standing record of 40 Bundesliga goals in a season with 41 for Bayern Munich in 2020/21.

Kane is currently seven goals away from claiming the ultimate record set by the Polish icon, but faces a race against time with only three league games remaining.

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