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Arteta reveals how they will stop Kane from scoring against Arsenal in UCL clash

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( Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta / Photo via Getty )

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has emphasized the collective approach needed to contain the threat of Bayern Munich striker Harry Kane ahead of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final showdown.

Discussing how Arsenal can limit Kane’s impact, Arteta highlighted the importance of collective defensive efforts against not just Kane but Bayern’s talented squad.

“It’s not only him! I think that the individuals that they have, all the individual qualities of all those players and him in particular, and the ability that he has,” Arteta explained. “The best thing to do is what we do collectively and try to promote certain things.”

Arteta stressed the significance of team cohesion and defensive organization to neutralize Kane’s effectiveness on the pitch.

Addressing Kane’s record against Arsenal, Arteta was hopeful that past encounters wouldn’t influence the upcoming match.

“Hopefully not!” Arteta quipped when asked if Kane’s historical performance against Arsenal would be a factor.

Arsenal, currently leading the Premier League table on goal difference, are preparing for a pivotal Champions League clash against Bayern Munich at the Emirates Stadium.

Following their recent dominant display against Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League, where they secured a 3-0 victory, Arsenal are seeking to extend their momentum into European competition.

Arteta’s tactical acumen and strategic planning will be essential in devising a plan to counter Bayern’s attacking threats, including Kane. The clash promises to be a thrilling encounter, with both teams vying for a crucial advantage in the first leg of the quarter-finals.

As Arsenal aim to assert their authority in European competition, Arteta’s words underline the team’s commitment to a collective defensive approach and strategic focus to thwart Bayern Munich’s attacking prowess, spearheaded by the formidable Harry Kane.

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