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Lucas Moura called for Tottenham to keep their heads up despite slipping to a 2-0 defeat to Liverpool in Madrid on Saturday.
Tottenham's hero against Ajax was Lucas Moura, and the Brazil international says he gets emotional when watching the replay of his goals.
We now know which two teams will be in the final at the Wanda Metropolitano, but to reach the final, they had to come through two very exciting semi-finals. They included some fantastic goals and UEFA have chosen their top four.
With his hat-trick against Ajax, Lucas Moura became just the fifth player in Champions League history to score three times in a semi-final.
Lucas Moura was the super hero in Amsterdam, booking Tottenham's place in the Champions League final - for the first time ever - at the Wanda Metropolitano with a hat-trick. It was poetic justice for the Brazilian footballer who managed to get over Real Madrid's rejection and being sold by PSG.
Tottenham forward Lucas Moura struggled to explain his thoughts after his 96th-minute winner sent Spurs through to the Madrid decider.
Rejected by Paris Saint-Germain after the world-record signing of Neymar, Lucas Moura propelled Tottenham to heights the French giants could only dream of Wednesday by single-handedly firing Spurs into a first Champions League final.
Mauricio Pochettino wept tears of joy as the emotional Tottenham manager hailed "super-hero" Lucas Moura for the incredible hat-trick that fired Tottenham into their first Champions League final.
A hat-trick by Brazilian Lucas Moura sent Tottenham into the Champions League final against Liverpool after winning 2-3 at Ajax (3-3 aggregate) and qualifying on away goals. De Ligt and Ziyech had given Ajax a 3-0 lead in the tie before Spurs fought back from the dead.
Lucas Moura and Moussa Sissoko believe Tottenham can reach the Champions League final, despite losing the semi-final first leg to Ajax.
Tottenham might have surprised many in the Champions League this season, but Lucas Moura is not among them.
Harry Kane will be absent for Tottenham at Manchester City this week, yet Hugo Lloris believes Son Heung-min and Lucas Moura can step up.