Tottenham Hotspur fans have been blown away by a new angle of Lucas Moura’s hat-trick goal against Ajax in the Champions League semi-final last season.
Spurs came from behind to secure a miraculous victory in Amsterdam.
Having lost 1-0 in London, Spurs fell 2-0 behind in the semi-final, but a second-half treble from the Brazilian gave Mauricio Pochettino’s men safe passage through to the final.
His third came in the final minute of injury time, as Fernando Llorente knocked down a long Moussa Sissoko ball forward. Dele Alli then flicked the ball through to Lucas, who sent a first-time effort into the bottom corner, sparking wild scenes on the pitch.
The new angle shows the extent of Spurs’ celebrations – as well as Ajax’s despair – as a number of players mobbed Lucas, including goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, while manager Mauricio Pochettino sprinted onto the pitch to hug left-back Ben Davies.
And fans have expressed their joy at seeing the new angle, filmed from high in the rafters in the Netherlands.
Take a look at the best of the reaction below!
Bottom left corner.
First time I cried watching Spurs. pic.twitter.com/zGkLOlt8xD
— David Ellis (@fullback03) November 17, 2019
— Trevor Tanner (@thfcmassive) November 17, 2019
Not seen this camera angle before. Brilliant. Captured everything.
— Chris Ryan (@Rodley_yid) November 17, 2019
That is a fantastic angle. We must keep Poch – he is the heartbeat of our club
— Mark Mostyn (@MostynMark) November 17, 2019
First time I’ve seen it from this angle oh my god 😭😭
— Bex 🤙🏻 (@B3x_Graphics) November 17, 2019
Never seen this version before. He. Must. Stay. #Pochettino
— Benjamin Wegg-Prosser (@wpbenjamin) November 17, 2019
Best angle ever! You can see all the celebrations… unbelievable!!! Look at Poch omg ❤
— Richie (@richielee81) November 17, 2019