Tottenham face Borussia Dortmund at Signal Iduna Park tonight.
Spurs, who beat the German club in the first leg 3-0, will aim to reach the quarter-finals tonight.
And Harry Kane, who recently returned to the pitch after suffering ligament damage to his left ankle, will lead Spurs into the clash in Germany.
The 6ft 2in striker began his professional career as a footballer at Tottenham Hotspur and was promoted to the senior team in 2009, aged 16.
However, Kane was loaned out several times to clubs across England, including Millwall and Leicester City.
But following the appointment of Mauricio Pochettino as Spurs’ head coach in 2014, the 25-year-old footballer’s involvement at Tottenham began to increase.
In Kane’s first full season at the club he netted 31 goals across all competitions, and finished as the league’s second highest goalscorer.
After the following campaign, aged 23, Kane finished as league’s top goalscorer, and guided the club to Champions League qualification.
The Tottenham captain holds the record for most Premier League Player of the Month awards and has been selected for the PFA Team of the Year four times.
He also holds the best strike-rate (0.70 goals per game) in Premier League history.
In total, the Londoner has scored 124 goals in England’s top league.
The staggering goals Kane has scored for Tottenham
The Tottenham-striker’s first Premier League victim were Sunderland, with Kane registering his first top-fight goal in a 5-1 victory back in April 2014.
And this season, although Kane started the campaign against Newcastle United without scoring, he has been on fire.
In scoring against Fulham after the Newcastle blank, Kane ended his hoodoo of failing to score a Premier League goal in the month of August.
There was also plenty of drama in Tottenham’s 2-2 at Liverpool last year when Kane saw a penalty saved before making up for it with his late equaliser from the spot. That showed his character.
Then, at the game against Arsenal he continued his brilliant record against Spurs’ greatest rivals by scoring the only goal of the game at Wembley Stadium.
And let’s not forget about Tottenham’s opener against Cardiff in January.
Although Kane’s goal wasn’t the prettiest of the season, it marked a huge personal milestone for the striker.
That goal saw the Tottenham star become the first player to score against every Premier League side he has faced.