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Ajax 2-3 Tottenham: Harry Kane hopes to be fit for Champions League final versus Liverpool

Harry Kane is Tottenham's top scorer this season with 24 goals in all competitions



Tottenham striker Harry Kane is "hopeful" of being fit for the Champions League final against Liverpool in Madrid on 1 June.

Kane, who has not played since 9 April when he suffered an ankle injury, saw his side fight back from 3-0 down on aggregate against Ajax to draw 3-3 and go through to the final on away goals.

Read more: Ajax 2-3 Tottenham: Harry Kane hopes to be fit for Champions League final versus Liverpool

Cristiano Ronaldo will play in Nations League finals, says Portugal manager

Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 85 goals for Portugal



Cristiano Ronaldo will play for hosts Portugal in June's Nations League finals, says manager Fernando Santos.

The Juventus forward, 34, missed six international games after the World Cup, including the Nations League qualifying campaign, before returning for March's Euro 2020 qualifiers.

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UCL 2018-2019 Report: Ajax 2 Tottenham 3 (3-3 agg, Spurs win on away goals) - Lucas treble sends Spurs through


Lucas Moura's stunning hat-trick unseated Ajax's unlikely Champions League run and Tottenham will face Liverpool in the final



Lucas Moura's incredible second-half hat-trick saw Tottenham snatch a 3-2 win at Ajax and a place in the Champions League final on away goals.

As in last week's semi-final first leg, Erik ten Hag's side were smoothly into their work by the time inspirational captain Matthijs de Ligt headed a fifth-minute opener.

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Tottenham: Pochettino may 'do something different' if Spurs win Champions League


'I'll go home' if Spurs win the Champions League this season - Pochettino



Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino hinted he could leave the club if they win the Champions League this year.

He says he could not "repeat the miracle" of winning it with Spurs, who face Ajax on Wednesday trailing 1-0 from the semi-final first leg.

Read more: Tottenham: Pochettino may 'do something different' if Spurs win Champions League

'We were not a team' - Suarez offers sweeping apology after Barcelona defeat


The forward backed his manager and said he and his team-mates must take all the blame for a second humiliating Champions League exit



Luis Suarez has offered an apology for the way Barcelona played following the club’s 4-0 loss at the hands of Liverpool on Tuesday.

The Uruguayan and his team-mates held a 3-0 lead in their Champions League semi-final tie heading into the second leg at Anfield.

Read more: 'We were not a team' - Suarez offers sweeping apology after Barcelona defeat


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