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Bundesliga: Kane clutch goal rescues Bayern’s title hopes!

Harry Kane stepped up in the dying seconds to snatch a dramatic 2-1 victory for Bayern Munich against RB Leipzig at the Allianz Arena, keeping their Bundesliga title hopes alive. This win ends a three-game losing streak and puts them eight points behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen.

The home crowd were almost celebrating early when Kane met a Raphaël Guerreiro cross with a header, but Leipzig goalkeeper Janis Blaswich produced a stunning save to deny him. The first half was frustrating for Bayern, with Leroy Sané wasting chances and even drawing jeers from the fans after blocking a Kane shot. Despite his later recovery run to stop a Leipzig counter, the whistles continued at halftime.

However, the second half saw a different Bayern. Leipzig finally threatened in the 53rd minute, but Manuel Neuer stood strong to deny Amadou Haidara. Just as the tension mounted, Kane rose to the occasion, coolly finishing off a Jamal Musiala pass to put Bayern ahead.

World-class saves at both ends kept the game alive. Neuer pulled off another amazing stop to deny Benjamin Šeško, but the Slovenian striker wouldn’t be silenced, equalizing with a deflected shot in the 70th minute. The Allianz Arena was electric!

With the game seemingly slipping away, Bayern boss Julian Nagelsmann turned to his bench. Substitute Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting provided the spark, flicking on a ball that Kane slammed home in the 91st minute to send the crowd into a frenzy. This last-gasp winner not only ended their three-game losing streak against Leipzig but also keeps their title dream alive.

Flashscore Man of the Match: Harry Kane (Bayern Munich)

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