Tottenham Hotspur news: Do these omens prove Spurs are going to win the Champions League?
Tottenham Hotspur go into the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie against Manchester City with a 1-0 lead.
Spurs are so used to their club finding ways to cock up in promising positions, so many, despite their excitement, are feeling a little pessimistic.
But it turns out they may not need to worry as one of the N17 faithful has spotted the stars are beginning to align for the Lilywhites.
Heung-Min Son’s solitary strike does have them in a good position and they will face Ajax in the semi-final if they do get past Man City, although a date with Barcelona or Liverpool would potentially wait in the Madrid final.
Sometimes, though, fate is on your side and Trevor Lloyd reckons it might well be their year.
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Tiger Woods’ stunning win at the Masters in Augusta, Georgia may well be the first sign given his last major win came back in 2008 – the same year as Tottenham’s last trophy win, when they defeated Chelsea in the League Cup.
Maybe surprisingly, Watford may be the second sign as in 1984 – the last time the Hornets made the FA Cup final – Spurs won their last European trophy, beating Anderlecht on penalties in the UEFA Cup.
Coincidence, or proof the football gods are on their side? We’ll find out.
Meanwhile, a win in the Champions League would also ensure Spurs continue their run of winning a trophy in every decade since the Second World War.
Source: SportsLatest TS