Harry Kane: Bayern Munich’s Season Hinges on Champions League Success

Bayern Munich and England striker Harry Kane has asserted that Bayern Munich’s season will be deemed a failure if they do not secure the UEFA Champions League title.

With Bayern set to face Arsenal in the quarter-final second leg, tied at 2-2, Kane emphasized the importance of European success for the German side, especially after their Bundesliga title streak was halted by Bayer Leverkusen.

Kane, who is yet to claim a trophy in his career, highlighted the significance of winning silverware, stating, “From the club’s point of view, it will be a failed season if we don’t win anything this year because we’re expected to win.”

While acknowledging his personal history with Arsenal, having been released by them as a youngster, Kane downplayed the rivalry ahead of the upcoming clash. He reflected on his journey from being let go by Arsenal to becoming a key figure for Tottenham and England, expressing his continuous drive to prove himself throughout his career.

As Bayern strives to salvage their season with Champions League glory, Kane’s remarks underscore the high stakes and pressure associated with elite European competition.

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