Harry Kane has yet again gotten his name on the scoresheet for Bayern Munich after netting the first goal in Bayern’s game against Bayer Leverkusen.
This is his fourth goal in four Bundesliga games and his 300th career goal.
He has had 280 for Tottenham, nine for Millwall, five for Leyton Orient, four for Bayern, and two for Leicester.
Kane put the hosts ahead in the 7th minute, sending in a close-range effort into the back of the net.
Alex Grimaldo leveled the game for Leverkusen with a brilliant free-kick into the top corner in the 24th minute.
For an hour, both teams created chances, but they struggled to break the deadlock. Kane was substituted in the second half.
In the 86th minute, Leon Goretzka scored what looked like the winning goal for Bayern to go to the top of the table, but destiny had other plans.
Leverkusen got a penalty, awarded by the video assistant referee, in the 94th minute and Exequiel Palacios made no mistake in converting it, rescuing the visitors from losing their unbeaten record.