Former Bayern Munich star, Owen Hargreaves, has said that he felt sorry for Harry Kane after his team’s elimination from the UEFA Champions League.

Hargreaves said this while reacting to Bayern Munich’s Champions League semi-final second leg 2-1 defeat to Real Madrid on Wednesday.

Kane has scored 44 goals in 44 matches across all competitions for Bayern Munich this season.

The England international was substituted in the 85th minute against Real Madrid.

The former Tottenham Hotspur star was replaced by Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting.

At that point, Bayern Munich were protecting a one-goal lead and were going to Wembley Stadium with Kane having led their charge.

But Joselu scored a late brace to send Madrid to the Champions League final.

“I feel so sorry for Kane. What a superstar he has been, and he doesn’t have an opportunity [in a Champions League final],” Hargreaves told TNT Sport.

“Poor guy. He has been amazing this season and that just didn’t go to plan in the last 10 minutes.”