Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is predicting an ‘exciting’ Champions League final against Liverpool.
Spurs join their Premier League rivals for the final in Madrid by replicating a miraculous comeback against Ajax.
Pochettino’s boys were trailing by two goals at the half time in the second leg as they trailed 3-0 on aggregate.
Lucas Moura’s astonishing second-half hat-trick, and the third coming in the deep injury time, sending Spurs to their first ever Champions League final on away goals.
Pochettino was into tears after the game and termed his team’s performance as a ‘miracle’ and will now see Jurgen Klopp’s side in the Spanish capital on June 1.
‘Allow me to relax a little bit; there is going to be time to talk about Liverpool,’ he said.
‘I want to congratulate Jurgen Klopp and all the players and Liverpool because I think they were amazing.
‘We enjoyed a lot, watching the tie against Barcelona, they are heroes too, and of course, it is going to be an amazing final between two English teams that for sure we are going to enjoy.’
‘It’s difficult with words to describe my feelings and my emotions,’ he said.
Tottenham will play Everton on Sunday in their last fixture of the campaign finish the season on the fourth spot.