UCL: Harry Kane breaks silence on Tottenham’s Champions League exit

Tottenham Hotspur striker, Harry Kane, has warned his teammates that they have ‘no option’ but to focus on a renewed push for a top-four position after their UEFA Champions League exit.

Kane was unable to save Tottenham as they drew goalless against AC Milan in the Champions League round of 16 second-leg tie on Wednesday.

Tottenham crashed out of the Champions League on a 1-0 aggregate defeat, having lost the first leg at San Siro.

“We play Forest on Saturday and hopefully we can score a couple of goals and have a big push before the end of the season,” Kane told the club’s website.

“There is no option. You know it has been a tough week, for the fans especially, and we just need top four. It is the only thing we can play for. We did it last year. We had a big push, we’ve to keep fighting and see where we can go.”

He added, “We gave everything, we left all our energy and heart on the pitch. Over the two legs if we’re brutally honest, we can’t say we deserved to win it, it was equal in both games, and it came down to a decisive goal.

“That is where we are at the moment, we have got to be more effective in the opposition final third. We are getting into good positions but not just quite taking control of that.”

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