Moussa Sissoko Lifted The Audi Cup As Though It Was The Champions League Trophy
Moussa Sissoko was so happy with getting his hands on a trophy in a Tottenham shirt that he proudly lifted the Audi Cup like it was the Champions League.
The Frenchman and his Spurs side lost out to Liverpool in the final in Madrid in June, with Sissoko giving away a controversial penalty in the first minute of the game.
But the former Newcastle midfielder put the memory in the past last night when he got his hands on the coveted Audi Cup after Spurs beat Bayern on penalties at the Allianz Arena following a 2-2 draw.
And Sissoko, who was given the armband, was the man who lifted the prize during the official presentation and he certainly enjoyed it - kissing it and lifting it three times.
Sissoko's teammate Lucas Moura was also buzzing with the victory, even thanking Jesus for making him "very happy to get my first trophy with this amazing club".
Very happy to get my first trophy with this amazing club. The best way to start the season! We will work hard to keep building this winning mentality. :muscle::pray: #COYS #Champions #AudiCup #ThanksJESUS https://t.co/AqtM7SxVYY- Lucas Moura (@LucasMoura7) July 31, 2019
You have to go back to 2008 for the last time Spurs won an actual trophy when they lifted the Carling Cup after beating Chelsea in the final under Juande Ramos.