Lucas Moura hat-trick took Tottenham into an all-English UEFA

The season ended beautifully well for the English Premiership Club’s.

Manchester City aiming to clinch the league cup back to back. However, knock out by Tottenham’s in quarter final.

Liverpool another great contender both the UEFA and the EPL, second on the English Premiership Table, comfortably. They demonstrated another supper performance by beating Bacelona on Tuesday to reach UEFA Champions League final.

In short, it was a shock from the Barcelona side, thinking their 3-0 advantage their have batter edge. But in Anfield the game change in favour of Liverpool 4-0, aggregate 4-3.

Now Ajax has an away 1-0 over Tottenham, on Wednesday night was the stuff of dreams, the second leg in Amsterdam. The game begins like other game, Ajax score 2 goals, while Spurs’ still trailing with 3-0 deficit, their tails were down and hopes of the club’s first UEFA Champions League final looking bleak.

Lucas Moura after his hat-trick took Tottenham into an all-English Champions League final.

Ajax led 3-0 on aggregate – but Moura’s goals, including a 96th-minute winner, took Tottenham through on away goals to face Liverpool on 1 June.

Moura himself called it “the best moment of my career”.

Eriksen said: “It was a ridiculous game; we were really far down, we tried to fight back, we were just lucky.”

The Danish playmaker added: “We had to fight. We are relieved.

“Today it was non-tactical, more of a fight and heart performance, heart and Lucas Moura – he’s how we won the game.

Lucas Moura celebrates with teammates
Tottenham’s Brazilian forward Lucas Moura celebrates with teammates at the end of the UEFA Champions League semifinal second leg match

“He deserves it, it has been a roller coaster of a season, for him to get us in the final, I hope he gets a statue in England after this, we are blown away.

The world’s most popular sport has just seen three consecutive nights of wonder, the likes of which few fans have ever seen before or will probably ever see again.

The final 3-3 aggregate scoreline seemed unfathomable 35 minutes in, when Ajax moved two goals ahead on the night courtesy of Matthijs de Ligt’s header and Hakim Ziyech’s fine strike, but a stunning Lucas Moura hat-trick turned the night around in spectacular style, with Spurs winning thanks to the away goals rule.

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