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Bayern Munich defeats Augsburg thanks to two goals from Kane.

Kane’s penalty down the middle shortly before halftime made him the first English player to score in his first two Bundesliga outings.

After the break, the ex-Tottenham striker sealed the 3-1 victory with a superb finish with the outside of his foot.

Throughout the game, Thomas Tuchel’s team dominated possession.

“Great game today,” Kane remarked in a post-game video on social media. “It was a special feeling to score two goals in front of you fans.”

“There is still much room for improvement, but starting the season with two wins is a fantastic start, so thank you for your continued support.”

“You know how much [I] appreciate every single one of you there in the stadium singing my name, so look forward to next week now, recover well, and let’s keep it going.”

After a slow start, Bayern found their rhythm and scored when Leroy Sane’s shot hit the post and deflected off defender Felix Uduokhai.

After being prompted to check his monitor by the Video Assistant Referee, referee Sascha Stegemann awarded a penalty for Niklas Dorsch’s handball, which Kane converted with ease.

Bayern looked significantly more promising after the half, with Sane looping a superb shot against the post before Alphonso Davies found Kane onside and free in the centre to loft a cool finish into the net.

Substitute Dion Beljo wriggled free to score a late consolation for the visitors, while Kane headed wide with a chance to complete his hat-trick.

However, he has now scored in his past seven league matches, dating back to his stint with Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.


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