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Ajax Amsterdam vs Tottenham Hotspur – Football Match Report – May 8, 2019



Lucas Moura scored a hat-trick to secure Tottenham's place in the final against away goals. Dan Mullan / Getty Images

Just 24 hours after Liverpool's exploits against Barcelona, ​​Tottenham made a comeback in the Champions League, scoring with 3 away goals in a 3-2 win over Ajax and a final against Liverpool June.

Lucas Moura scored a hat-trick – including a goal-kick goal – to send Tottenham to his very first UCL final and stun Ajax, who led the first leg 1-0 and 19659004] (19659005) The Dutch team was hit with an early strike when winger David Neres was injured in the warmup and was replaced in the Kasper Dolberg casino. Starting XI. However, they had the first chance when Dusan Tadic hit a shot that deflected Kieran Trippier and was rescued by a sweeping Hugo Lloris.

From the corner, however, Ajax had more than one chance: they had a goal within five minutes. Matthijs de Ligt stepped over Dele Alli to get home and made it 2: 0. VAR was called to look for a mess in the box that left Jan Vertonghen on the ground, but the finish was given.

Tottenham scored two more goals to win and Son Heung-Min hit the post. Christian Eriksen then found Alli, who scored a long shot, but was still offside.

The game continued evenly before Alli Son went through a nice ball after 22 minutes. However, the South Korean was unable to beat goalkeeper Andre Onana. Seconds later, the ball fell to Lucas Moura, who had broken into the box and Eriksen again fired into the hands of Onana.

Spurs sustained the momentum and Lucas Moura fired a volley from outside the area, but Ajax nearly scored a goal in the break to go to bed. Victor Wanyama was disappointed and Tadic sent the left flank free, but the former striker from Southampton narrowly pushed his shot below Toby Alderweireld's post.

A few minutes later Ajax scored a second goal. Tripper struggled to win the ball midway, and Tadic was released on the left. This time the striker cut the ball back to the advancing Hakim Ziyech, who with his left foot hammered the ball into the upper corner of Lloris.

The Spurs now have to make three wins to win overall, with Mauricio Pochettino leading Wanyama for striker Fernando Llorente at half-time.

At first, Ajax worked with countless crosses in the Premier League, and Eriksen had found a way when his incredible pass reached Alli at the far post, but at midfielder Schuss was well saved by Onana.

The Spurs were back in action after 54 minutes. Danny Rose missed an out-of-position ball for De Ligt and sent a fine upward ball to Alli, who ran in the heart of the Ajax defense, only to break Lucas Moura and the Brazilian.

Four minutes later it was 2: 2 at night and 3: 2 for Ajax. First, Onana made an impressive save as Llorente was rejected from close range, but Lucas Moura caught up with the rebound and turned around a handful of defenders and somehow managed to curve a shot into the corner.

Ajax had been punished because he leaned back and let Spurs attack when he went on the offensive again. Daley Blind hammered past a shot, then Tadic Ziyech found himself back in the box with a deep cross pass, which the Moroccan hit wide.

More than basketball as football, De Ligt then shot in front of Lucas Moura to stop the gate that Tottenham could have led. And at the other end, the center-back kicked a ball in the box and fired a powerful cross, which was thrown away by Lloris and broke out just before Nicolas Tagliafico.

When the game arrived in the last 20 minutes, everyone was winning. Trippier's Cross was just headed by Alderweireld, and Ajax's nerves were clearly visible. The hearts of the Dutch fans were in the mouth when Donny van de Beek's shot was fired down and Ziyech hit the post after the rebound.

Tottenham continued to push into the final minutes and Vertoghen hit the crossbar A header from one corner before the rebound was cleared off the line.

Ajax was still in danger for the break, and Tadic ran away, but his punch to Frenkie de Jong only forced him to a corner when defenders stayed behind to block his throws. Daley Sinkgraven came away to find Ziyech, but Lloris was equal and Tadic pounded as the seconds subsided.

Lloris stormed forward after a late corner, but it was Llorente who came out of it and should have done better with his header.

Then Lucas Moura won the last kick of the game. Llorente hit the ball, Alli pushed him through the middle of the defense and Lucas Moura was at the end to shoot home and win the most dramatic victories.


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