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English players who can still win the Champions League this season

With both Manchester City and Arsenal crashing out of the Champions League on the same night, the Premier League's hopes of lifting the famous trophy this season are over.

City’s defence of the title ended at the quarter-final stage as they lost a penalty shootout to Real Madrid, while a 1-0 defeat in Munich saw Arsenal beaten 3-2 on aggregate by Bayern Munich at the same stage.

England still have five representatives in the competition though, with Three Lions captain Harry Kane amongst them, as he looks to win his first major trophy.

Harry Kane (Bayern Munich)

Many felt Harry Kane was guaranteed to pick up silverware after sealing his switch from Tottenham to the Bundesliga giants last summer.

However, having already surrendered the title to Bayer Leverkusen and having been knocked out of the German club, it was looking like his trophy draught would continue.

But Bayern have shown they are still up there with the best in Europe, after making it to the last-four and are now 11/4 to lift the trophy.

Thomas Tuchel’s men will now face Real Madrid in the semi-finals, with two of the three most successful European Cup teams in history going head-to-head.

Meanwhile, Kane is still on target to be the competition’s top goalscorer this season, with the England’s skipper on seven goals - just one behind Kylian Mbappe.

Eric Dier (Bayern Munich)

Another former Tottenham man is also looking forward to a second Champions League semi-final, with Eric Dier playing the whole 90 minutes of the win over Arsenal on Wednesday.

The defender only joined Bayern in January, having fallen out of favour at Spurs, but could now win European football’s biggest prize.

Bayern will play Real Madrid at home in the first leg of the last-four encounter, with the Germans available at 13/10 to take a lead to the Bernabeu.

Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid)

Despite being on the back foot for the majority of Wednesday’s second leg, Real Madrid managed to take Manchester City to penalties and then beat the defending champions.

The 14-time winners, who also look to be on course to win La Liga, are now into 7/5 to lift the trophy again, at Wembley on 1st June.

Jude Bellingham - who has scored five goals in this year’s competition - has been a massive figure for the Spanish giants since his summer move from Borussia Dortmund.

If the England midfielder does help Real to European Cup success and then shines at the European Championships, he would be a solid contender for the Balon D’Or - which he is currently 3/1 to win.

Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund)

Just like Dier, Jadon Sancho has turned his season around, having been frozen out at Manchester United.

The on-loan forward returned to Dortmund in January and played a big role in helping the yellow-and-blacks reach the last four and close in on the Champions League places in the league.

Dortmund are now 9/1 to be crowned European champions as they prepare to face Paris Saint Germain in the semi-final.

Their fans will be hoping this year’s final venue will bring them luck. The last time Dortmund reached the Champions League final was in 2013, when they faced Bayern at the home of English football.

Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (Borussia Dortmund)

All of the previous four players are household names to English football fans, but many will raise an eyebrow at Jamie Bynoe-Gittens.

The 19-year-old was previously in the academy at Reading, Chelsea and Manchester City, before joining Dortmund in 2020.

He’s made seven appearances for the England Under-21s but has yet to make the breakthrough at senior level.

Bynoe-Gittens scored his first Champions League goal in this year’s Group Stage, when the Bundesliga outfit beat AC Milan 3-1 at the San Siro.

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