Tottenham could come up against former player Gareth Bale when they face Real Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday night. SBOBET
The Wales international left Spurs to join the Spanish giants for a then-record transfer fee in 2013 after another stunning season at White Hart Lane.
Harry Kane has filled the void left by Bale at Spurs and here, with the pair set to go head-to-head at the Bernabeu in a game that is live on BT Sport 2 (7.45pm kick-off), we compare the two. SBOBET
Kane has become one of the best strikers in the world over the last two seasons, a view which is backed up by the fact he has won the Premier League golden boot in both those campaigns. The England international is Tottenham’s main dangerman and has netted five goals in two Champions League matches this season. If Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema or Isco do not get you, Bale will. The Wales forward netted over 20 goals in each of his first three seasons in Spain but has struggled to continue that record due to niggling injuries. Playing against his former side, though, Vertonghen and Co will need to be wary.
Kane is often used as a lone striker with help from Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli. But his hold-up play has come on leaps and bounds in the last couple of seasons, perhaps as a result of the confidence generated from regularly finding the net. He brings others into play and offers a lot more to his team than just his goals. Like Kane, Bale has the ability to score all types of goals. He has struck up a frightening frontline partnership with Ronaldo and Benzema and can be unplayable on his day. SBOBET