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An exciting Bundesliga matchday highlighted key games that defined the momentum of the early season. Bayern Munich's record signing Harry Kane signaled his Bundesliga intentions with a match-winning brace against Augsburg, while Borussia Dortmund found themselves in a difficult position, managing only a draw against VfL Bochum. Not to be outshone, Union Berlin showed their resilience with Robin Gosens making a memorable Bundesliga debut.

Augsburg frustrated as Kane inspires Bayern Munich win

In a scintillating Bundesliga clash, Kane proved his mettle by scoring twice in his first home league appearance. Reigning champions Bayern Munich claimed a resounding 3-1 win over Augsburg, solidifying their flawless start to the season with back-to-back victories.

Kane, the England striker, made an impact, breaking the deadlock with a precise penalty in the 40th minute before sealing the deal with a composed shot in the 69th minute. Bayern Munich dictated play from the start, but clear-cut chances were few and far between until a crucial moment in the 32nd minute. Augsburg's Felix Uduokhai deflected a save from his own goalkeeper onto the post and into the net, giving Bayern the lead.

Seizing the momentum, the Bavarians extended their lead thanks to a precise penalty from Kane, awarded after an Augsburg handball. Bolstered by their two-goal advantage, Bayern upped the ante in the second half, with Leroy Sané's shot hitting the post.

The England captain demonstrated his exceptional skills, finishing off a quick passing sequence with a clinical finish, taking his league goal tally to three and effectively securing Bayern's win. Augsburg, however, reduced the deficit in the 86th minute when Dion Beljo capitalized on a momentary Bayern defensive lapse. The win propels Bayern Munich to six points, a tally matched by Union Berlin, Bayer Leverkusen, VfL Wolfsburg and Freiburg earlier in the Bundesliga season.

Dortmund draw with Bochum in Ruhr Valley derby

Borussia Dortmund faced a tough challenge as they settled for a 1-1 draw against VfL Bochum in their Ruhr Valley mini derby. Donyell Malen's second-half goal salvaged a point for last season's Bundesliga runners-up, marking their struggle to find consistent form.

After narrowly securing a 1-0 win over Cologne with an 88th minute goal from Donyell Malen in their first league game, Dortmund lacked energy and attacking prowess throughout the match.

Despite some early chances for Dortmund, it was Bochum who scored first. A powerful shot by Kevin Stoeger in the 13th minute caught the Dortmund goalkeeper off guard and gave Bochum the lead. Bochum continued to press and in the 32nd minute a Philipp Hofmann header hit the crossbar.

Dortmund struggled to break down the Bochum defense until an individual effort from Donyell Malen leveled the score. As Dortmund searched for the late goal, Felix Nmecha's shot hit the post. Bochum also had chances, Patrick Osterhage's shot hitting the post in the 87th minute.

Gosens leads Union Berlin to victory over Darmstadt

In a thrilling match, Union Berlin, even with ten men, achieved a convincing 4-1 victory over Darmstadt. This victory was especially sweet for Robin Gosens, who marked his Bundesliga debut with a brace. Gosens, who had previously played in the Netherlands and Italy, quickly adapted to the German top flight and opened the scoring in the fourth minute.

However, the momentum of the match seemed to change when Union's Brenden Aaronson received a second yellow card in the 21st minute. Darmstadt took advantage almost immediately and Marvin Mehlem equalized. Undeterred, Union Berlin showed their resilience and team spirit. Gosens restored the lead with a header in the 34th minute and Kevin Behrens extended the lead shortly after.

Union coach Urs Fischer praised his team's morale and ability to bounce back, noting especially their strength on set pieces. While Union dominated the scoring, they faced challenges on the injury front. David Datro Fofana had to be substituted due to injury and his replacement, Sheraldo Becker, also left prematurely.

Danilho Doekhi added a fourth for Union, despite a worrying clash of heads, epitomizing the team's fighting spirit. The day ended on a high note for Gosens, who reflected on his memorable debut and brace, making it a near perfect afternoon for him and Union Berlin.

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