Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool could play each other in the first all-English Champions League final since 2008, leaving Spurs fans in a state of shock.
The Reds produced a genuinely miraculous comeback on Tuesday evening, overturning a 3-0 deficit against Barcelona with an astonishing 4-0 victory at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp’s men will find out their opponents in Madrid on Wednesday, with Spurs set to take on Ajax in Amsterdam.
Tottenham lost 1-0 to the Dutch giants in the first leg in north London but will perhaps take heart from the amazing feats of their Premier League counterparts; they know that a victory by two goals or more would see them through.
And Spurs fans have called on their players to take inspiration from the Reds as the club yet again try to upset the odds in Europe.
They had taken one point from their first three games of the group stages, but staged a fight-back to qualify for the latter stages, before thumping Borussia Dortmund and somehow scraping past Manchester City.
Take a look at the best of the reaction below!
Come on boys U can do this, Liverpool showed us we can do it go out there and give it everything. #COYS
— Dan Payton (@ShrekBoy2) May 8, 2019
Today is the day and tonight is the night. We need to show the same passion, hunger and desire Liverpool played with last night. I’m confident we’ll make it to Madrid. To Dare, is to do. #COYS @SpursOfficial 💙
— James Campion (@JamesCampion10) May 8, 2019
— Danishspurs (@danishspurs) May 8, 2019
— Ben Leach (@benleach12) May 8, 2019
— Richard Clark (@Richard_Clark) May 8, 2019
Why did Liverpool beat Barca? It happened cuz the players REALLY wanted it to happen. I see Eriksen shy out of tackles, Dele walking around the field, and several other #spurs players who look like they couldn’t be bothered. Team effort. That’s why it happened. #coys #thfc LEARN
— No. Fla. Cyclist (@ConasCycle) May 8, 2019
Tonight's the night for @SpursOfficial. If they play like @Lfc played last night, where Liverpool wanted every the ball, and fight for everything, then I will be truly happy, even if we lose!. Liverpool have shown Spurs how it can be done. Go out, fight for everything lads#COYS
— Tom Salter (@salter_tom) May 8, 2019
nerves are really starting to kick in for tonight. anything is possible, liverpool proved that last night. that’s the level of determination we need to carry through with us and make sure we leave everything out on the pitch. let’s get to the final #COYS
— han 🍭🍭 (@hannnnxz) May 8, 2019