Kane Hits his 24th League Goal! Munich Came from Behind

Kane Hits his 24th League Goal! Munich Came from Behind to Win 3-1 over Mönchengladbach

Kane scores 2 consecutive goals, 28th official goal this season

Bayern Munich of the German professional soccer Bundesliga, led by a come-from-behind winning goal by ‘goal scorer’ Harry Kane,

went on a three-game winning streak and tightened the reins in their pursuit of the lead. 스포츠토토

Bayern Munich

Munich achieved a 3-1 comeback win over Borussia Mönchengladbach in the 20th round home game of the 2023-2024 German Bundesliga,

which ended at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany on the 4th (Korean time).

Munich, in second place, with 3 consecutive wins, accumulated 50 points (16 wins, 2 draws, 2 losses),

beating Darmstadt 2-0, and is 2 points behind leader Leverkusen (16 wins, 4 draws, 52 points),

which went undefeated in the opening 20 games. I gave chase.

Since ‘Iron Pillar’ Kim Min-jae was called up to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup,

Munich sent Eric Dier and Matthijs Delicht, recently recruited from Tottenham, as central defenders.

Bayern Munich gave up the first goal to Mönchengladbach’s Niko Elvedi in the 35th minute of the first half due to a passing mistake in midfield,

but Aleksandar Pavlovic scored an equalizer in the 45th minute of the first half, ending the first half tied 1-1.

In the 25th minute of the second half, Munich scored a comeback goal.

The main character was Kane.

Harry Kane

When a cross entered into the goal from the left corner of the penalty area hit the goalkeeper’s hand,

Kane quickly headed it in from the front of the goal area to turn the game around.

Kane’s score became the winning goal.

Harry, who scored goals in two consecutive games,

scored his 24th goal in 20 regular league games and his 28th goal in 27 official games this season (including 4 goals in the UEFA Champions League).

Harry Kane, the leading scorer in the regular season,

widened the gap with second place Seru Girassi (Stuttgart, 17 goals) to seven goals.

Munich wrapped up a 3-1 victory with a header by defender De Ligt,

who took part in the attack from a free kick in the 41st minute of the second half.

Stuttgart and Mainz, who also sent the Taegeuk Warriors to the Asian Cup, had mixed feelings.

Stuttgart (40 points), without Jung Woo-young, won 3-1 in the 20th round away game against Freiburg,

earning two consecutive wins and maintaining third place.

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