Tottenham will beat Liverpool in the finals of Champions League – because the luck they have had which means their name is on the cup.
That is the viewpoint of former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp.
Spurs will face Liverpool in their first ever Champions League final in Madrid on Saturday, and Mauricio Pochettino’s side had an incredible journey to reach this stage.
Redknapp acknowledges it and would be harsh of Liverpool ends the season without a trophy.
But he reckons everything points to a Tottenham victory.
“I’ve just got a feeling Tottenham’s name may be on the cup,” Redknapp wrote in the Sunday People.
“I just get a feeling it’s Tottenham’s year, which is hard on Liverpool because they deserve to win something this year.
“They have been amazing.”
Tottenham secured a spot to play the Merseyside side, and thanks to a late equaliser against a Barcelona side who were already 3-0 down in the epic showdown at the Anfield.
And against Ajax Spurs came from 2-0 down at the half time,3-0 on aggregate, to win 3-2 and though to the finals on an away goal courtesy Lucas Moura’s 96th-minute goal.
It has been a great season for Tottenham in the Champions League with Mauricio Pochettino as they reached to their first ever finals.
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