Liverpool's radio announcers had the best reaction to wild Champions League comeback

Bessie Dean
May 10, 2019

Tottenham has never had this kind of success in the Champions League.

Christian Premier League star Lucas Moura has given glory to God following his match-winning hat-trick in last night's Champions League semi-final.

Lucas Moura, though, had other ideas, as the Brazil worldwide winger scored a stunning hat-trick in the second half, including the victor in the sixth minute of injury time.

"We all saw that at half-time, and we all knew that we just needed to get one goal and we knew that they might get a little nervy".

And Rose admits Spurs will have to do a whole lot better if they want to avoid defeat against Liverpool in an all-English final in Madrid on June 1.

"It's just the start and hopefully we can do this every year".

Spurs unbelievable comeback against Ajax was made even more impressive by the fact that they were without their best player Harry Kane, however the striker still managed to have a big impact on the game.

"To take that sort of performance into the final, we are going to have a fantastic night in Madrid".

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And they remain without talismanic England striker Harry Kane, who insists he plans to be back in time for the final.

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"Even here, at half-time, he came in going mental at us, because we can do better, which we all knew".

"[Fans think:] 'Win a big match and enjoy, lose a match and go sad but tomorrow is another day.' Sometimes they don't know what we are like behind the scenes".

Rose and Alderweireld have both been close to leaving Spurs during the last few transfer windows and their future remains in doubt. At that stage I had nothing to do because the referee Felix Brych was having such a great game.

Ajax have crashed out of the Champions League and now the Dutch football club's share price is crashing too.

"Although it makes our preparation a bit more complicated, that is a challenge that we have to deal with as a group of staff".

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