Harry Kane moment with Bukayo Saka speaks volumes as Bayern Munich crush Arsenal dream

Harry Kane with Bukayo Saka
Harry Kane knocked Bukayo Saka out of the Champions League with Bayern Munich -Credit:S. Mellar/FC Bayern via Getty Images

Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka were spotted sharing a wholesome moment following Arsenal's clash against Bayern Munich. Joshua Kimmich fired Thomas Tuchel's side to a 1-0 win over the Gunners at the Allianz Arena to book a place in the Champions League semi-finals.

The German outfit will face Real Madrid in the next round following a dramatic penalty shootout. While Kane will be looking to crown Bayern Munich champions of Europe, Saka will be hoping to reignite Arsenal's hopes in the Premier League title race.

Before the duo reunite at St George's Park in June ahead of the Euros in the summer, they exchanged a few words at full-time on Wednesday evening. Kane approached Saka, who looked dejected, and they put an arm around each other.

The former Tottenham Hotspur striker said a few words in Saka's ear before dispersing. Speaking to TNT Sports after the game, Mikel Arteta issued a call to arms as Arsenal shift their attention to the Premier League title race.

"The club has been without Champions League for seven years and you want to play in the first year and you want to be in the semi-finals and the final," said the Spaniard. "We all want it so badly but you can see in many other clubs it takes them six or seven years to get to that stage.

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"We are very close, and that is the reality," added Arteta. "Because what we have to play for is beautiful. Six games to go and we are two points behind City.

"It is a very difficult schedule for everybody and we have to go through the pain tonight and tomorrow, get up and come with the same attitude we did when we came here and hopefully beat Wolves."