Real Madrid rally to earn hard fought draw in Munich

Vinicius Junior scored twice as Real Madrid came away with a draw in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final tie with Bayern Munich. The Brazilian took advantage of two errors from Bayern defender Kim Min-jae – beating him for the opener and converting a penalty he conceded. Leroy Sane and Harry Kane had fired Bayern into a second half lead but Madrid hold the advantage ahead of the second leg.

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Kane on target as Arsenal rally to draw with Bayern

Harry Kane returned to north London with a goal as Arsenal’s Champions League hopes hang in the balance after they fought out a draw with Bayern Munich in the quarter-final first leg at Emirates Stadium. Kane scored from a spot kick to give the Germans the lead however Leandro Trossard scored a late equaliser to leave the tie finely posied.

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Kane leads Bayern past Lazio into quarter-finals

Harry Kane scored two to help Bayern Munich overturn a first-leg deficit against Lazio and advance to the quarter-finals of the Champions League. Trailing 1-0 from the first leg in Rome, Bayern looked set for a frustrating night until Kane’s header levelled the scores on aggregate. Long-serving Thomas Muller doubled the lead on the night with another header.

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Bochum stun 10-man Bayern Munich to increase pressure on Thomas Tuchel

Bayern Munich failed to close the gap on Bundesliga leaders Bayer Leverkusen as they crumbled to a 3-2 defeat to struggling Bochum on Sunday. Jamal Musiala gave the visitors the lead with his sixth goal of the season (14) but after a lengthy fan protest delayed proceedings, Bochum levelled when Takuma Asano found the bottom corner from Anthony Losilla’s pass (38).

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Bayern triumph over United in seven goal thriller

Manchester United were given a taste of what could have been as Harry Kane helped Bayern Munich to victory over Erik ten Hag’s struggling side in a high-scoring and eventful Champions League opener. It was no secret that the Red Devils would have liked to have signed Kane from Tottenham in the summer, but instead England’s captain and record goalscorer opted for a career in Germany that has begun in stellar fashion.

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