Harry Kane marked a significant milestone by notching his 300th career club goal in a thrilling 2-2 draw between Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen.
Kane wasted no time, heading in a goal just seven minutes into the match, extending his impressive streak of four goals in as many Bundesliga games. However, the excitement continued as Alex Grimaldo leveled the game with a spectacular free-kick.
Leon Goretzka, who scored moments after Kane was substituted, seemed to secure the victory with a tap-in goal four minutes before the final whistle. Nevertheless, Exequiel Palacios salvaged a valuable point for Xabi Alonso’s side with a controversial penalty awarded by the video assistant referee in injury time.
The draw means that both teams relinquished their perfect starts in the Bundesliga but maintained their unbeaten records.
Kane’s close-range header elevated his club career tally to an impressive 300 goals, with 280 for Tottenham, nine for Millwall, five for Leyton Orient, four for Bayern, and two for Leicester.
In other matches, Paris Saint-Germain suffered their first defeat under the new manager, Luis Enrique, falling 3-2 to Nice despite a brace from Kylian Mbappe.
Terem Moffi initially put Nice in the lead, but Mbappe equalized with a first-time shot from the edge of the area. Gaetan Laborde later restored the visitor’s lead, and Moffi secured his second goal shortly thereafter.
Although Mbappe’s volley offered PSG hope of a late comeback, they were unable to break down their resilient opponents.
Despite lingering uncertainty surrounding his future, the French captain has already tallied seven goals from five games in Ligue 1.
The victory propelled Nice into second place, just behind Monaco, pushing PSG down the rankings.