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Harry Kane’s children rushed to hospital after car crash in Germany!

Three of Harry Kane’s four children were rushed to hospital on Monday evening following a car crash on a German motorway, with the England captain out of the country.

The incident occurred when the black Mercedes Vito van that Kane’s children were travelling in was struck by a Renault, as they attempted to join a slip road on the motorway.

The crash was reported to have occurred on Monday night in Bavaria, near to the German capital of Munich.

Harry Kane himself was at the time touching down on English soil once more, as Bayern Munich took on Arsenal in the Champions League quarter finals.

Ivy, Vivienne, and Louis Kane, ages seven, five, and three respectively, were all in the vehicle when it was struck by the 20-year-old driver Renault driver.

Harry Kane's children were involved in a car crash on a German motorway after a Renault vehicle collided with their Mercedes van on a slip road.

The crash was also reported to have involved a third vehicle, said to be a Land Rover driven by a 62-year-old, who became entangled in the pile up.

Kane’s three children were taken to hospital following the crash, with reports indicating that no serious injuries were sustained by any of them. It has not been reported whether the 24-year-old driver of the vehicle carrying Kane’s children, nor the 62-year-old were taken to hospital along with them.

Meanwhile, Harry Kane himself was busy getting in and among the scorers in Bayern Munich’s Champions League quarter final first leg with Arsenal at the Emirates.

It was Kane’s first return to North London since his move to Bayern Munich in the summer.

Bayern fought back after falling behind just 12 minutes in to Bukayo Saka, levelling the playing field once more just 6 minutes later, and going ahead via a Harry Kane penalty with just under 15 minutes left of the first half.

Mikel Arteta’s men gave the Emirates (which was a 100% Arsenal fanbase due to Bayern’s fans being banned from attending) what they were waiting for when Leandro Trossard put away a crucial equaliser of their own with just over 10 minutes to go.

Harry Kane and Bayern Munich will welcome Arsenal to the Allianz Arena on the 17th of this month for the second, and decisive leg of their Champions League quarter final.