🚨 Harry Kane fires warning shot to Arsenal ahead of Champions League clash

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Arsenal take on Bayern Munich tonight.

The Gunners travel to Germany with tie level at 2-2 after a pulsating first leg.

Harry Kane and Bayern Munich will be aiming to bounce back from Bundesliga disappointment after Bayer Leverkusen were crowned champions of Germany for the first time in their 120-year history.

The English striker has tormented Arsenal for years and became the highest-scoring visiting player at Emirates Stadium after his goal in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final.

Kane, was released from the Arsenal academy at the age of 9 and has used this throughout his career for motivation but admits he’s moved on from the heartbreaking moment.

He said: “I’m the type of player who, throughout my career, has had points to prove along the way.

“I don’t think that ever leaves you, it’ll always be in my DNA until I retire.

“There will always be a reason to prove someone wrong or to prove to myself I can do something.”

“All I can do is try and beat the team in front of us, and that’s Arsenal. It was one of the biggest games of the season for pretty much my whole career.

“It was always a big occasion, big moment. Maybe it was in the back of the mind, being released from a young age, and there’s always a point to prove.

“But for me here, it’s a different chapter, a different moment. I don’t think specifically back to it now.”

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