Euro watch: Kane stars with hattrick and Bellingham avoids injury

Thomas Muller jokes Harry Kane will be running out of room in his hotel room after another hattrick… while Jude Bellingham avoids injury scare in Real Madrid’s 0-0 draw with Rayo Vallecano

  •  Harry Kane slammed a brilliant hattrick home for Bayern in his first Der Klassiker
  • Jude Bellingham failed to conjure another late winning goal for Real Madrid 
  • Big debates on Man United, Chelsea and Arsenal on It’s All Kicking Off podcast 

BAYERN MUNICH forward Thomas Muller joked that team-mate Harry Kane must be running out of space in his hotel room — the German isn’t wrong.

Another Bundesliga game, another hat-trick ball for England captain Kane. This time he was at his imperious best to net a treble in his first Der Klassiker against rivals Borussia Dortmund.

‘In these big derby games, you have to give everything, and we did that today,’ said Kane, whose side sit two points behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen. ‘To have the 4-0 in front of our away fans here is a special night.

‘The third goal is always vital, so once we got that, we knew the game was ours. I’m enjoying it, the team enjoyed today, but there’s still a long way to go.’

That was the former Tottenham striker’s second hat-trick in the space of a week, with Kane also netting three times in an 8-0 thrashing of Darmstadt.

Harry Kane’s superb hattrick saw Bayern Munich cruise to a 4-0 win over Borussia Dortmund

The England captain took home the match ball, with Thomas Muller joking he must have no space to put it in his hotel room 

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The Englishman has enjoyed a record-breaking start to life in Germany, notching 15 goals in his first ten games. It’s fair to say he is taking to life Bavaria quite nicely indeed.

The same can be said for his fellow countryman Jude Bellingham, whose performances for Real Madrid have seen him hailed as the best players in the world.

Bellingham, 20, started for the Spanish side as they drew with Rayo Vallecano 0-0 at the Bernabeu to move down to second in La Liga.

There was a worrying moment in the first-half when the midfielder went down clutching his shoulder.

Thankfully Bellingham bounced back to his feet

Jude Bellingham’s shoulder was heavily strapped at the end of the game during Real’s draw

Bellingham could not manage to grab another late goal for Real Madrid as they drew 0-0


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