Pretty sure everyone except the red part of Merseyside and some parts of London will be rooting for Tottenham.Even though these were two heartbreaking nights, this has been a wonderful Champions League campaign. You can see the improvement when Real and Bayern were not involved deep into it for a change. Fresh air.
I will support Tottenham since they haven't won this competition, haven't bought any players in the last year, while I like Pochettino so much that I am willing to ignore his Espanyol past. Either way, the winner and the runner-up will receive biggest compliments from me. They were both in very difficult positions more than once and managed to earn the right to fight for this beautiful trophy. Applause for that.
Subverting expectations.Does anybody else think, that the writers kinda ruined the show with the current season? I mean back then mistakes had consequences. If you lost 3-0 in the first match, you could not expect to somehow save the day and still succeed. But what the writers did now gets absolutely ridiculous. Not only did they reuse last year's Roma plot for Barca, but somehow they are also trying to convince us that such a thing could happen 2 TIMES IN A ROW LITERALLY ONE DAY APART! What the hell?? And it's not even the first time this happened this season. Remember the ridiculous PSG plot, that was somehow resolved by a last minute handball. How stupid do they think we are??
They are likable underdogs. That's how I see it more than anything. Although I have cheered against them many times for one reason or another, I am not holding a grudge when it comes to Liverpool. I prefer to be self-critical instead most of the time.Pretty sure everyone except the red part of Merseyside and some parts of London will be rooting for Tottenham.
He was acting so calm right until the last minutes of the match, clearly doing everything to hold back the storm of disappointment and sadness. And then the goal... Relief and joy must've hit him like a freight train.Such emotion from Poch. Great scenes.
This is football.
Haven't seen Doctor in a while. Knowing he supports Manchester United and has shown sympathy towards Barca, I bet he was mad about yesterday. But, I definitely know how he feels. Haven't felt such a massive slap in football in ages.I have to text our buddy Doc soon to see his reaction to the latest two events. I bet it's going to be ugly.