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Harry Kane Stance on Facing Arsenal in Champions League Revealed Amid Bayern Munich Speculation

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Harry Kane Stance on Facing Arsenal in Champions League Revealed Amid Bayern Munich Speculation


Harry Kane has already expressed his thoughts on the potential showdown between Bayern Munich and Arsenal in the Champions League.

Following Friday’s draw, which pitted the Gunners against Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals, Kane could be facing his former north London rivals for the first time since his summer transfer to the Bavarian giants.

In his previous encounters against Arsenal while at Tottenham, Kane played in 19 matches, securing victory in seven and suffering defeat in five. He also contributed 14 goals and three assists against the club.

Kane has openly acknowledged his determination to prove himself against Arsenal, stemming from his rejection by the Gunners as a youngster. Reflecting on his experiences, he admitted to feeling a “chip on his shoulder” during clashes with Arsenal, using the rejection as motivation to excel.

Looking ahead, the winner of the Arsenal versus Bayern clash will progress to face either Real Madrid or Manchester City in the semi-finals.

In other quarter-final fixtures, Barcelona will take on Paris Saint-Germain, while Borussia Dortmund will face Atletico Madrid. The first legs of the quarter-finals are scheduled for April 9 and 10, with the return fixtures set for April 16 and 17.

Subsequently, the semi-finals are slated for April 30 and May 1 (first legs) and May 7 and 8 (second legs), leading up to the final at Wembley Stadium on June 1.


Bayern Munich supporters will be absent from the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final clash against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium next month.

The decision comes after UEFA imposed a ban on Bayern fans attending the away leg due to incidents involving the throwing of fireworks onto the pitch during their round-of-16 tie against Lazio last month.

This ban follows a previous suspended one-match sanction issued to Bayern in October for a similar incident during a match against Copenhagen. Despite appealing the decision initially, Bayern ultimately accepted the punishment.

Bayern Munich CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen expressed disappointment at the ban, stating, “The fact we now have to play away without the support of our fans is a big blow. A small group of individual offenders have done a disservice to all our supporters and the team.”

As a result, Bayern Munich will travel to London without the usual vocal backing of their supporters, as they face Arsenal in a highly anticipated Champions League encounter.

Harry Kane Stance on Facing Arsenal in Champions League Revealed Amid Bayern Munich Speculation

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