ISTANBUL: Harry Kane scored and assisted to help Bayern Munich claim victory at Galatasaray in the Champions League.

The England captain converted an easy tap-in after 73 minutes to give Bayern a 2-1 lead before assisting Jamal Musiala six minutes later.

In the first half, Argentine forward Mauro Icardi cancelled out Kingsley Coman’s eighth-minute opener with an audacious Panenka penalty.

Victory extends Bayern’s winning streak in Champions League group games to 16.

They maintain their lead at the top of Group A with three wins from three.

In an end-to-end encounter, Bayern Munich broke the deadlock when Musiala jumped over the ball with a clever dummy to let Leroy Sane’s pass roll to Coman, who fired home from the edge of the area.

Galatasaray pushed forward in search of an equaliser and were awarded a penalty when Joshua Kimmich took out Icardi with a reckless sliding tackle in the box.

The striker was met with huge cheers from the home crowd at RAMS Park as he dinked his spot-kick over Bayern goalkeeper Sven Ulreich.

Icardi should have added a second for the Turkish side just before the break, but, despite finding himself unmarked, his shot was high and wide.

The hosts started the second half brightly and Kane cut a frustrated figure as his team-mates struggled to pick him out.

However, it did little to impact the former Tottenham striker’s confidence as he attempted a daring backheel, which was deflected back into his path and resulted in a simple finish and his second Champions League goal for the German champions.

He was in the thick of the action again when he pulled a pass back to the penalty spot for Musiala to run on to and slot past Fernando Muslera.

A dejected Galatasaray thought they had scored deep in stoppage time but it was ruled out as Abdulkerim Bardakci was deemed to have used his arm to direct the ball goalward.