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Tottenham Hotspur Forward Lucas Moura Celebrates Dramatic Winner By Jumping On Steward's Back

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Tottenham Hotspur Forward Lucas Moura Celebrates Dramatic Winner By Jumping On Steward's Back

Steven Bergwijn's injury time winner for Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday night kicked off brilliant scenes and Lucas Moura celebrated in perfect fashion.

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Spurs looked on course to drop all three points away at Leicester City, after James Maddison had given Brendan Rodgers' side a 76th minute lead.

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With time running out Antonio Conte was heading towards his first Premier League loss as Spurs' boss, until Bergwijn, on as a substitute, intervened.

The Dutch winger, who has been linked with a move back to Ajax, scored twice in injury time to turn things completely around and kicked off some huge scenes in the stands.

The players ran over to join in the celebrating fans and Moura was the star of the show, jumping on a steward's back and grabbing a fans hat off his head.

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Spurs had dominated the first half but went 1-0 down when Patson Daka scored against the run of play with a brilliant counter attack from the Foxes.

Harry Kane then equalised for Conte's side, turning Caglar Soyuncu inside out before slotting past Kasper Schmeichel, although the England captain should have scored more.

The 28-year-old headed against the crossbar from a corner, when it looked easier to score, before skying over the bar from inside the area.

Maddison looked to have won it, before Bergwijn's intervention which must have reminded fans of Moura's own late late show against Ajax in the Champions League semi final in 2019.

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Despite links for the Dutchman to return to Netherlands, Conte was pretty steadfast in the fact the player will be staying in north London, saying, "We have to try to improve, to become stronger, not to lose a player and become less strong.

"For me I think he’s an important player and you know very well the player has to be happy and I think the player is happy to stay with us and play for Tottenham."

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City, Lucas Moura

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