Spurs beat Ajax 3-2 with a stoppage-time win in Amsterdam on Wednesday night.
Mauricio Pochettino was in tears as Tottenham Hotspur finished an emotional second-half rebound against Ajax.
Spurs recreated Liverpool’s Champions League supernatural occurrence as Lucas Moura’s emotional second-half cap trap set up a dazzling 3-2 prevail upon the Dutch side – and an all-English last.
The north Londoners were dead and covered at half-time in the second leg at the Johan Cryuff ArenA as they trailed the Amsterdam group 2-0 on the night and 3-0 on total after objectives from Matthijs De Ligt and Hakim Ziyech.
In any case, a supernatural rebound, initiated by Moura, was finished profound into the included time when the Brazilian opened home a free ball to seal an away objectives achievement and sparkle astonishing scenes in Amsterdam.
It proceeds with the momentous advancement for Spurs under supervisor Mauricio Pochettino, who has driven the club further in Europe than some other.
Examining his feeling, he revealed to BT Sport: “It is hard to talk. I am so passionate. Much obliged to your football. My players are legends.
“The second half was astonishing. This kind of feeling is unimaginable without football.
“It is an astonishing minute and it is hard to clarify in words.”
While Lucas Moura was most likely the superstar after his treble, there were a few other remarkable players for the guests. Danny Rose and Dele Alli, specifically, were magnificent.
Safeguard Rose stated: “We saw Liverpool the previous evening. It goes to demonstrate it’s not over until it’s finished.
“Baffled with the primary leg how we began and we began like that this evening. Be that as it may, after the break we turned out.
“The gaffer referenced Liverpool’s showcase at the inn before the match – the gaffer doesn’t worry about us losing yet we need to lose the correct way.
“We’re fortunate we’ve experienced and we anticipate the Champions League last.”