Spurs set up All-English Champions League Final
They will face Liverpool in Madrid on June 1
Tottenham Hotspur beat Ajax on the away goals rule after the teams finished 3-3 on aggregate to set up a showdown with Liverpool in the Champions League final.
The Dutch side took control of the tie with first-half goals from skipper Matthijs de Ligt and Hakim Siyech which put Ajax in command at half time. Spurs came out after the break and with a second-half hat-trick from Lucas Moura, the winner coming in stoppage time, the London side booked their place in the Champions League final.
They will now face Liverpool on June 1 in Madrid, in only the second all-English Champions League final, following the 2008 final between Manchester United and Chelsea.Published: by Radio NewsHub