Tottenham had their hearts broken at Wembley this evening as they crashed out of the Champions League.
Tottenham fans were in agony as they crashed out of the Champions League against Juventus at Wembley.
The loss was made no easier by the fact that Tottenham had the lead up until the hour mark of the second-leg.
Heung-Min Son had given Tottenham the lead on the 39th minute to give Spurs a 3-2 lead on aggregate.
Tottenham looked comfortable throughout the first half with strong running from Harry Kane down the channels and Dele Alli offering lots of creative movement in the centre of the park.
However, Juventus came out in the second-half a completely different team.
Gonzalo Higuain drew Juve level on the 64th minute before he then turned provider for his International teammate Paulo Dybala just three minutes later on 67th minute.
Harry Kane was presented with a glorious chance to level the score on the final minute but saw his header cruelly hit the post.
Kane’s effort had beaten Gigi Buffon completely but bounced onto the line of the Juventus goal in heartbreaking fashion.
Tottenham fans and football pundits took to social media to express their shock at the heartbreaking moment, which can be seen below.
So close to #THFC equalizing in stoppage time!!! Kane’s header hit the post, Lamela didn’t reach quickly enough, and #Juventus cleared it off the line!! Late drama. #TOTJUV #TOTJuve #UCL pic.twitter.com/gdwYBefzrM
— Jason Foster (@JogaBonito_USA) March 7, 2018
OHHH MY WORDD! That was it. Harry Kane heads against the post from close range and it bounces on the line before being cleared. How close can you get?
— Joe Prince-Wright (@JPW_NBCSports) March 7, 2018
Kane’s header off the inside of the post and bounces right on the line. Unbelievable.
— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) March 7, 2018
Kane’s first chance and Lamela so close to the rebound off the post FUCK
— jp (@hotspurjp) March 7, 2018
Watching Kane’s header go towards the goal at the end was like a slow torture/death…if only had hit inside of the post and not the other side
— Andrew Leason (@ANDREW0675) March 7, 2018