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Kane was on the scoresheet yet again as they earned a 3-1 win at home to Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday afternoon.
His 24th goal for Bayern since his high-profile summer move from Tottenham Hotspur means that he has written his name into the history books at the German giants once again.
Kane's 70th-minute header into an empty net put Bayern 2-1 up in the game, and also ensured he set a new record as the club’s highest scorer in a debut season.
Thomas Muller, Bayern's veteran attacking midfielder, also made club history as the first player to reach 500 victories in all competitions with the giants.
Harry Kane set a new record for goals in a debut season for Bayern Munich on Saturday
Thomas Muller also made history as the first player to reach 500 victories in all competitions
Borussia Monchengladbach stunned Bayern by taking a 35th-minute lead against the run of play.
Muller lost possession and Gladbach launched a quick three-pass move before Nico Elvedi beat keeper Manuel Neuer.
The Bavarians levelled on the stroke of half time through teenager Aleksandar Pavlovic, who scored for the second week in a row.
The hosts' comeback was complete in the 70th minute when Kane headed in from close range after a mistake by the Gladbach keeper, before Matthijs de Ligt powered home a header to seal the three points.
The Bavarians stay on the heels of leaders Bayer Leverkusen, two points behind ahead of their summit clash next week.
Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel said it was 'a very important win and we knew it would be hard.
Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel said afterwards that it was 'a very important win'
'We had huge chances to take the lead but we failed to do it. Then they scored. But we showed a good reaction.
'It was hugely important to win this match. We have 50 points, showed a great reaction to falling behind so it is very positive.'
However, it was not all positive news for the hosts, after Bayern defender Alphonso Davies left the pitch injured late in the game.
'Phonzy twisted his knee. We will have to wait and see. I really have no words if this happens again,' Tuchel said in reference to Bayern's recent injuries. 'Especially now that he's getting back in form.'
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