Tottenham worked lots of miracles before they can reach the final of the Champions League here and it would be even sweeter if they can beat Liverpool and win this competition despite this being their first ever appearance in the competition’s final.
The Lilywhites may not have won any trophy under Mauricio Pochettino yet, but they remain a better side under the Argentine and have secured 4 consecutive top-four finish under the former Southampton manager despite not signing a single player last summer.
They struggled early on the competition and even needed to wait until the last match day to qualify from the group stage, before staging a miraculous comeback against Ajax in the semifinals to reach here, they would play their hearts out in this game.
Liverpool have a more illustrious history in this competition having won it 5 times and also reached the finals in the last two seasons.
The Reds have made themselves kings of two-legged clashes and Jurgen Klopp would be hoping to end his hard luck in cup finals when he takes on Spurs in this game.
While Spurs were struggling for form towards the end of the season, Liverpool won all but one of their last 13 games in all competitions and their fans would be hoping they can make it 13 wins from 14 after this game.