England captain Harry Kane scored a sensational goal from his own half as Bayern Munich thrashed Darmstadt 8-0 in the Bundesliga on Saturday.

Kane spotted Darmstadt goalkeeper Marcel Schuhen off his line and fired the ball from around 60 yards out. The ball looped over Schuhen's head and into the net, to the amazement of everyone in the stadium.

Kane's goal was the pick of the bunch in a dominant performance from Bayern Munich. The German champions were in complete control from start to finish, and they could have easily scored more goals.

Kane's goal was also a reminder of his quality. He is one of the best strikers in the world, and he is capable of scoring goals from anywhere on the pitch.

How Kane scored from his own half:

Bayern Munich were on the counter-attack when Kane received the ball in his own half. He looked up and saw Schuhen off his line, so he decided to have a go. He hit the ball cleanly and it looped over Schuhen's head and into the net.

What the experts said:

Former England international Gary Neville said: "That is an incredible goal from Harry Kane. It is one of the best goals I have ever seen."

Former Germany international Lothar Matthäus said: "Harry Kane is a world-class striker. He can score goals from anywhere on the pitch."

What it means for Kane and Bayern Munich:

Kane's goal was a sign of his quality and his importance to Bayern Munich. He is one of the key players in the team, and he will be hoping to score more goals and lead Bayern Munich to success this season.


Harry Kane's goal from his own half was one of the most remarkable goals of the season. It was a goal that will be remembered for a long time.

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