The Champions league is coming to England. The English Dominance in this year’s premier league has continued. First, it was Liverpool who pulled the greatest comeback in history. And then Pochettino’s men pulled the North London’s football to it’s best and elevated their way to the final of the Champions League. Twists, Drama, Scrapes, and Picturesque Scenery, the Champions League saw everything.
It isn’t Ronaldo, neither Rivaldo nor Ronaldinho and not even Neymar Jr. He pulled one of the Best Performances of this year and toyed with the Dutch Defense. It was in the five minutes of the injury time when Lucas Moura administered the last ride. He looked inside the heart, into the spirit of the Blue Bird and summoned the fumes of passion. Then Lucas drifted ahead of Daley Blind. His left foot had just touched the ball, Tottenham Hotspurs had just touched the last hurdle on the road to glory.
Madrid now awaits two English teams who were trolled as being Bottlers. Thinking of it one might not recollect anyone other than Mauricio Pochettino and Jurgen Klopp. These maestros have paved the way for stubborn and passionate football. This stubbornness will now place its hands over the Title of the Best in Europe. The Champions League will come back to England.
On a cool May night in Amsterdam, Tottenham’s European dreams were diminishing. They were two-nil down at half-time, three-nil down on aggregate. They were outrunning and outgunned, another of the biggest prizes eluding their grasp just as they began to scent it. There was no thought whatsoever of a reverse to rival Liverpool’s on Tuesday night. But somehow, improbably, the Premier League’s two comeback kings will meet in Madrid on June 1.
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