Tottenham Hotspur booked their spot in the semi-finals of the Champions League despite losing 3-4 to Manchester City in the second leg of their quarter-final at the Etihad Stadium.
Tottenham entered the match with a 1-0 advantage from the first leg last week, but a quite stunning match saw City score four on the night.
Pep Guardiola’s side thought that they had scored a decisive fifth in stoppage time when Raheem Sterling finished from inside the box, but the goal was disallowed following a VAR review, allowing Tottenham to advance to the semi-finals in stunning fashion.
Spurs take on Dutch giants Ajax, who have eliminated both Real Madrid and Juventus, in the semi-finals of the competition, while the other clash will see Liverpool face Barcelona.
It took just four minutes for City to make the breakthrough on the night with Raheem Sterling picking out the bottom corner with a wonderful effort from inside the Tottenham box.
The response from the visitors was incredible, though, with Son levelling the scores on the night in the seventh minute courtesy of a strike from the edge of the box, which Ederson perhaps should have saved.
Son then sent Tottenham ahead with a wonderful curling effort in the 10th minute as Mauricio Pochettino’s side took a 3-1 lead in the tie during an incredible start to the match.
The crazy period of the contest was not over, however, and City made it 2-2 on the night in the 11th minute when Bernardo Silva’s effort at the far post hit Danny Rose before dropping into the back of the net.
The home side scored their third in the 21st minute when De Bruyne’s stunning low cross was finished into the back of the net by Sterling to level the tie at 3-3 on aggregate.
City might have had the lead, but Tottenham were ahead on away goals entering the start of the second period, which was set up to be just as fascinating as the first but for potentially different reasons.
Guardiola’s side scored their fourth just before the hour, though, when De Bruyne drove into a dangerous position before picking out Aguero, who thumped his effort past Lloris from close range.
Tottenham incredibly scored a third in the 73rd minute, though, when Llorente bundled a corner into the back of the net via his hip.
The referee came across to look at a possible handball following a VAR check, but it was given and the visitors were back in control of the quarter-final tie.