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Cartilage Free Captain Sep 18, 2019
Pochettino “very disappointed” with Tottenham’s Champions League draw vs. Olympiacos

Pochettino “very disappointed” with Tottenham’s Champions League draw vs. Olympiacos

Photo by Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC via Tottenham Hotspur went to Athens for the first match in their 2019-20 Champions League campaign against Olympiacos, but it didn’t work out the way they were hoping. Harry Kane scored from the penalty spot and Lucas Moura leathered a ball into the back of the net in the first half, but conceded just before halftime. After Jan Vertonghen’s foul in the box led to an equalizing penalty for the Greek side, Spurs escaped with a 2-2 draw. Spurs looked listless and poor for much of the match, and afterwards Mauricio Pochettino did not...
The Sun Sep 18, 2019

Spurs player ratings: Eriksen has a stinker while Moura’s wonder goal caps solid performance for Brazilian vs Olympiakos

CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN had an absolute stinker as Tottenham escaped Olympiakos with a 2-2 draw in their Champions League Group B opener. Spurs raced into a 2-0 lead within half an hour completely against the run of play thanks to a super strike from Lucas Moura and a penalty won and converted by Harry Kane. But […]
Cartilage Free Captain Sep 18, 2019
WATCH: Lucas Moura picks up where he left off for Spurs in Champions League

WATCH: Lucas Moura picks up where he left off for Spurs in Champions League

Photo by Sebastian Frej/MB Media/ What a goal! Tottenham Hotspur are back in the Champions League, which can only mean one thing: Lucas Moura is back to doing amazing things. The Brazilian made it 2-0 against Olympiacos in Spurs’ first match in this year’s UCL with a fantastic strike from outside the box after Harry Kane’s opening penalty. Olympiakos 0-2 Tottenham - Lucas Moura goal pic.twitter.com/XDeZQPxMMp— Astro (@Astrofussball) September 18, 2019 After last season’s heroics to get Spurs to the final, Lucas has picked up right where he left off. That’s a very...
The Sun Sep 16, 2019

How Spurs could line up at Olympiakos with Ndombele fit again and Lucas Moura ready to fire in the goals again in Champions League

MAURICIO POCHETTINO will be hoping Lucas Moura can pick up where he left off in their Champions League opener away at Olympiacos. The Brazilian was a surprising admission from Tottenham’s starting 11 for the defeat to Liverpool in Madrid, despite having scored a hat-trick in the semi-final second leg against Ajax. The North London side […]
The Sun Sep 5, 2019

Barcelona wanted Lucas Moura as Neymar back-up but Spurs demanded £45m for transfer

BARCELONA were reportedly interested in signing Lucas Moura this summer… until Tottenham demanded £45million for any transfer. The Spanish giants saw the forward as a back-up option in case their pursuit of bringing Neymar back to the Nou Camp failed. Lucas enjoyed a fine end to last season, especially with his dramatic hat-trick in the […]

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