Bayern Munich striker Harry Kane has urged his side to continue fighting as they are currently suffering from a difficult spell. 
Lazio produced a spirited performance to record a 1-0 victory against Bayern in the first leg of the Champions League last 16 on Wednesday at Stadio Olimpico.
The Italians scored from the spot after Bayern defender Dayot Upamecano fouled Gustav Isaksen in the box.
Lazio were compact without the ball, and restricted the visitors to zero shots on target in 90 minutes.
Bayern are in a poor run of form having lost 3-0 to Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga over the weekend.  The Bavarian side are four points behind Leverkusen in the title race and have to overturn a one goal deficit in the second leg.
Speaking to TNT Sports after the game, Kane urged his teammates to keep fighting.
“Really tough week. In the first half, we started well and had clear chances, one for myself. In these games, they’re big moments.
“The second half was disappointing. We came out with less energy and less confidence. We got punished. Once you go down to 10 men it’s always difficult.
“We have to find it among ourselves. We’re still in the race for the Bundesliga and still in this tie. We have to keep fighting.
“We’re in a difficult spell. We have to fight. We have to turn it around. We have big games and big things to fight for. We’re not out of it, we will never give up. We just need to turn it around. One game or spark can turn it around,” noted Kane.