Bayern Munich superstar hopes Real Madrid talisman gets day off in UCL clash

Real Madrid is experiencing one of its best moments of the season, after having suffered defeats against Manchester City and FC Barcelona.

Despite a heavily rotated starting eleven, the You meringues also recently triumphed over Real Sociedad thanks to Arda Guler's goal.

Their recent success has given them an advantage in La Liga, with only a few games remaining before they can get their hands on the title.

But Real Madrid's challenges in the UEFA Champions League are bound to increase from now on. Bayern Munich awaits them at the Allianz Arena next week as the two teams prepare to clash in the first leg of the semi-finals.

Harry Kane talks shock

Now, speaking of Sky Sport (h/t Kerry Hau) following Bayern Munich's 2-1 victory over Frankfurt, Harry Kane spoke about the next clash with Real Madrid.

When asked how many goals he would score against WhitesKane said he was confident ahead of the massive tie and was looking to put his name on the scoreboard on more than one occasion.

“A few, I hope.” I am in a good mood and confident. If my colleagues serve me like they have all season, then I will be there. the 30-year-old said.

Kane has been in spectacular form this season. Despite losing the league to Bayer Leverkusen, he scored an impressive 35 goals in 31 Bundesliga games. And in the Champions League, he has seven goals in 10 matches.

Thoughts on Locking Horns Against Jude Bellingham

Kane and Bellingham will be on opposite sides. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

The Bayern Munich striker will face Jude Bellingham, with whom he shares the England team locker room.

Kane praised Bellingham for their outstanding season and hopes they hold off their best game in both matches.

“He is having an exceptional season. As far as I'm concerned, he can hold back in the two games against us. Kane asserted.

Bellingham has been Real Madrid's talisman this season and is Real Madrid's top scorer. You meringues. The 20-year-old's performances during his debut campaign in Spain even earned him calls for possible Ballon d'Or win later this year.

Having not played against Sociedad on Friday, Bellingham will enter the Bayern Munich game fresh and well-rested. And he hopes to lead his team to a crucial victory on their return to Germany.

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