"I love you guys!": Tottenham star Harry Kane celebrates his win against Manchester City in the Classic to reach the Champions League semi-finals
- Harry Kane posted a video celebrating Tottenham's win over Manchester City
- The injured star went on Instagram after the quarter-finals of the Champions League
- Kane cheered in front of his TV when Spurs reached the last four for the first time
- In a game full of controversy and VAR won the Spurs thanks to the away goals rule
Tottenham striker Harry Kane posted a video on Instagram to celebrate his team's dramatic victory over Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals.
The game ended 4: 3 against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium, leading to a 4: 4 aggregate score, with Spurs dominating on away goals.
The 25-year-old, who had missed the game because of an ankle injury in the first leg, filmed watching the moment in front of the TV while Mauricio Pochettino's own celebrations took place on the screen behind him.
Harry Kane posted a video celebrating Tottenham's win over Manchester City
Kane called out: "Let's go! Come on! & # 39; and added the caption: & # 39; omggg! I love you guys !!!! #COYS #UCL #.
Five goals were scored in the first 21 minutes in Manchester, an unprecedented performance in European football.
Raheem Sterling expertly rolled into the far corner for four minutes before Tottenham's son Heung-min grabbed a loose ball to land under the legs of home-goalkeeper Ederson.
Kane cheered in front of his TV when Spurs reached the last four for the first time in their history
Tottenham midfielder also had a solemn selfie after the Spurs victory
Kane suffered a serious ankle injury in the first leg at Tottenham's new stadium
The son scored his second goal after 10 minutes with a fine curling stroke. This means that City has to score at least three more points to enter the semi-finals.
And three more points. Bernardo Silva's 11th-minute attempt broke off Danny Rose and an unfortunate Hugo Lloris before Sterling restored City's lead by turning Kevin De Bruyne's centimeter cross on the back post.
Sergio Aguero scored the net after 59 minutes and it seemed that the hosts had really kept their fourfold hopes alive.
In a controversial match in the Etihad Stadium won the Spurs thanks to the away goals rule
Substitute Fernando Llorente came in from one corner to get the Spurs back in the driver's seat. The gate was finally awarded after VAR concluded that the Spaniard had not used his arm.
The Etihad stadium broke out in stoppage time as Sterling showed a cool head that could score from close range, just so the striker could refuse his hat-trick with a VAR-announced offside attempt.
The stadium fell silent as Tottenham reached the Champions League semi-final for the first time in its history.