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Seven goals in 73 minutes – Tottenham to the semi

For more than 57 years ago, in February 1962, defeated Tottenham Czech Dukla Prague at White Hart Lane and made his way to the semifinals of the european Cup in football.

Now, the English giants a new historical reference in the finest of club competitions. During the Wednesday night advanced "Spurs" to the semifinals of the Champions League after a total of 4-4 and more goals on Sunday against Manchester City.

made of only 21 minutes in the second match at the Etihad Stadium, which ended 4-3 to City, during Wednesday evening.

the Home team's Raheem Sterling curled in 1-0 already in the fourth minute but the "Spurs" Son Heung-Min equalized three minutes later. The stekhete sydkoreanen angled then in his second goal to 2-1 in the tenth minute, before the Portuguese Bernardo Silva set 2-2 for the home team in only the eleventh minute.

Sterling was he tvåmålsskytt when he pressed there, 3-2 in the 21st minute after a fine pass from Kevin De Bruyne.

in the first half, four and five goals has never been made so quickly in the Champions League, probably thought most of it would be more introvert in others.

it did not.

the City's Sergio Agüero set 4-2 to the home team, who had by then semifinalplatsen in his hand, in the 59th minute and the home crowd could cheer.

But 14 minutes later, came a spaniard, to determine for the away team. Fernando Llorente, coming on as a substitute in place of Moussa Sissoko at the end of the first half, put 3-4 after a corner kick in the 73 th minute. A goal that gave Tottenham the semifinalplatsen back – and would prove to be crucial.

the City pressed on for an acknowledgement at the end and Raheem Sterling got the ball in the 93 minute, but the case was sentenced away for offside after the review.

" I must be one of the happiest people on earth. The last goal they scored, I thought it was over... A roller-coaster; goals, goals, goals, goals and drama everywhere, says Tottenham's Christian Eriksen to Viasat.

Tottenham held out on the end and now meets the Dutch skrällaget Ajax in the semis.

Even Premier League rivals Liverpool secured a place in the semifinals on Wednesday. After a solid away game where the team defeated Porto 4-1, and a total of 6-1 seen over the two matches.

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