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Victor Wanyama reacts to Tottenham Hotspur win against Ajax

Victor Wanyama reacts to Tottenham Hotspur win against Ajax

With Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino breaking down after his team's incredible comeback in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League semi-final on Wednesday night, Jose Mourinho has reacted to the Argentine's tearful celebrations. But, how painful it is, we have had a fantastic journey - and we can still become champions.

The "dream" scenario of four Premier League clubs in the Champions League and Europa League has come to pass.

England will have nearly half their squad in the Champions League final with players selected by Southgate expected to report for England duty at St George's Park on Sunday evening ahead of facing the Dutch in Guimaraes four days later.

"I don't know if he'll play in the Final, but the important thing is that he makes himself ready to make a difference".

It was going to be about Tottenham's heartbreak, but also their bravery, their progress, their constant striving, and yes, how bloody exhausted they looked right at the moment when energy was most required.

Spurs' new 62,000-seater stadium is home to the largest LED screens in Europe. The possibilities for the future are endless.

That is because there have not been many to match it, certainly not in the Champions League. Previously, they had enjoyed just one, reaching the last eight in 2010-11, along with an appearance in the European Cup semi-finals in 1961-62.

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In 2017, Barcelona lost 4-0 at Paris Saint-Germain in the last 16 first leg, before winning 6-1 in the return.

Since lifting the FA Cup in 1991, the day Paul Gascoigne shattered his knee in a reckless challenge, Spurs' only success has come in the League Cup.

Yet, after events on the field this week, it is hard to see how the Champions League in its current format can be improved.

"We have to enjoy it a little bit".

"Liverpool, 100 per cent", Ameobi said Thursday.

"[But] football is a sporting battle and in battles you need strategy and to win matches, especially special matches, you need sometimes to go against your philosophy to win a football match".