What a stunning season it has been for Harry Kane in what is his first campaign outside of English football. The Englishman has been an integral figure in Bayern Munich racking up an impressive record of 59 in just 19 games across three competitions this season, scoring 22 of the team's goals.
This has seen Kane net three hat-tricks already for the German giants, and against a Union Berlin side sitting in the relegation zone after 12 Bundesliga games, the striker will no doubt look for another this Saturday.
Will Kane score this weekend with the first or last goal?
18 of Kane's sensational tally of 22 have come within the Bundesliga, starting with a goal on his league debut against Werder Bremen where he scored the game's second goal.
In fact, it wasn't until gameweek four where he netted the first goal of a game with a header against Bayer Leverkusen. Kane then didn't get the game's first goal for a handful more matches until another thumping header in an 8-0 thrashing over Darmstadt which also saw him register his second hat-trick.
England's all-time top scorer has also scored the first goal in wins over Galatasaray, Heidenheim and Koln, while Kane has also netted the final goal of a match on four occasions.
As he has scored two or more goals in seven games, a chunk of the 30-year-old’s finishes have been scored throughout the game.
Kane is now 15/8 (2.88) to score first or score last against Union Berlin.
How will Kane score this weekend?
After scoring 10 headers in the Premier League last season from his incredible tally of 30 for a side that finished eighth, Kane set a new record for most headed goals in a Premier League campaign. He has since gone on to get five more headers already for Bayern Munich within his 22-goal run.
Being a right-footed player, the former Tottenham Hotspur man, as expected, gets most of his goals with his right foot. In fact, 10 have come this way at Bayern Munich so far, with all the rest of his finishes outside of heading being with his left boot.
Kane is 10/3 (4.33) to score with his head against Union Berlin.
Kane hat-trick odds
Only three more players have more hat-tricks in Premier League history than Kane, as the Englishman netted eight in his Spurs days. Stunningly, he already has three for Bayern, including a famous hat-trick over Borussia Dortmund.
By scoring three times in Der Klassiker, Kane became the first man to do so on his debut and put himself in a rare category of hat-trick owners in this famous German fixture. Spurs’ all-time top scorer also became the first man since Mario Gomez over 12 years ago to bag hat-tricks in back-to-back Bundesliga matches after doing so against Darmstadt before that.
Kane is now 13/2 (7.5) to score three or more goals this Saturday.