HARRY KANE met his doppelganger while attending Oktoberfest with his Bayern Munich team-mates at the weekend.
The 30-year-old striker enjoyed the festivities while wearing traditional Lederhosen.
He also joined his team-mates and manager Thomas Tuchel in drinking a stein of beer.
Everyone appeared in high spirits at the festival in Munich - including Kane, who got the chance to meet his doppelganger, Steffen.
Steffen has reportedly been in contact with Kane since the striker joined Bayern Munich.
He posed for pictures with fans outside the club's training ground shortly after the England captain made the switch from Tottenham.
Kane has had plenty to celebrate since moving to Germany.
He made history on Saturday by becoming the first player in history to score six or more goals in their first five Bundesliga games.
The striker scored his first Bayern Munich hat-trick as the German giants cruised to a 7-0 win over VfL Bochum.
He now has eight goals and four assists in seven appearances across all competitions.
Tuchel praised his new No.9 ahead of the match last week.
The Bayern boss said: "It's a big thing, we took the skipper of England out of England.
"Anyone looking for a No9 would've been happy to have Harry in the team.
"He makes the team better and gives you what you want from a man.
"He can drop deep, turn, use speed of players around him, he can arrive in the box at the right time, he's an excellent finisher and good penalty taker.
"I'm not sure what's going on at other clubs but we're more than happy that he finally took the decision and came to make us better."