LONDON – Tottenham qualified , against all odds, in the Champions League semi-finals and Harry Kane wanted to celebrate this historic milestone through social networks. The striker of the English National team and Tottenham has published a video on social networks in which he shouts to his companions, standing up suddenly, despite the serious injury to the ligaments of his ankle that will affect the season finale.
Tottenham in the Champions League semifinals even without Harry Kane.
"Spurs and Var, destroy City's quad dream". The Times title is emblematic, which explains how the Var and Tottenham Hotspur have destroyed Pep Guardiola's dreams of Manchester City's glory of winning four titles in a season (after the two cups the Premier can arrive, but not the Champions ). The English press ironizes about the 'Citizens' lack of dream, but also emphasizes the possible Var error that allowed Fernando Llorente's goal, despite the touch with the right arm of the tip of Tottenham.
"Oh my quad", is the title chosen by the Daily Star and Daily Mirror, which adds to an emblematic "Unbelievable" (incredible), published by the Daily Telegraph. The Guardian adds: "Hip, hip, hooray", which seems to be the title of a Boney'm song, which is among the least known. Finally, the Express headlines: "Out of this world", with an "Out of the world", which smacks of defeat and perhaps makes the idea of how Manchester City has thrown away the semi-final Champions.
The video from YouTube with the unleashed exhilaration of Harry Kane at the end of Manchester City-Tottenham 4-3 of the Champions League.
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