Saturday night, in what was popularly called as a thunderous showdown, Liverpool defeated Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-0 scoreline.
Jürgen Klopp & his monstrous team charged forward to win their long awaited Champions League title after 14 years. It was a victory earned with practice, precision & sweat.
Liverpool coloured Europe red & took with them back home their well deserved 6th UCL silverware.
While the Reds celebrated at the Metropolitano, Tottenham stood still on the grass. Their faces longed to change the outcome of the night.
Tottenham’s Champions League Dream
Tottenham reached the UCL Finals for the very first time in their long lifespan. No doubt, their manager, Mauricio Pochettino deserves the heartiest congratulations for taking the team to that level of brilliance.
After his defeat, he stood on the pitch addressing the Tottenham fans in the stadium. But the burden of loss was so heavy that his heart ached. Thousands of fans watched in lament as the Argentine wept, grieving the loss that occurred on that night at Madrid.
No man is strong enough to withstand the burden of loss in the finals. And certainly no supporter is strong enough to witness the breakdown of their beloved & cherished manager.
It was an emotional moment at the Metropolitano. Some Spurs supporters took to the internet to share the picture (via Reddit) of a grieving Pochettino.
In the last 5 years, the Argentine devoted himself to bring the team to the stage that it stands now. And the fans are more than satisfied with that.
Supporters on Reddit have strongly voiced their opinion that they are absolutely against the sacking of this great man.
Spurs had a disappointing end to a flourishing European season. They gloriously defeated sides like Manchester City & Ajax on their road to the final. In most cases Pochettino’s side played without their star players nevertheless bringing victory to the club.
Thus fans think that Pochettino deserves to be celebrated & thanked for bringing the 136 year old club to this stage of excellence. They irrevocably believe that in the coming years this man would be the one to bring home the UCL trophy.