The final minutes of the Champions League quarter-final second leg between Manchester City and Tottenham are arguably the most dramatic of the season.
Raheem Sterling thought he’d sent City through to the semi-finals with his stoppage-time goal, prompting wild scenes from the players, coaching staff and fans inside the Etihad Stadium.
However, the goal was chalked off by referee Cuneyt Cakir following a VAR review, which showed that Sergio Aguero was in an offside position when he received the ball.
City’s ecstasy soon turned to misery. For Tottenham, meanwhile, they experienced the same emotions in reverse.
Spurs thought they’d been knocked out of the Champions League in the most heartbreaking fashion - only for Cakir’s decision to disallow Sterling’s late goal.
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How do you make these two minutes even more dramatic?
You add Celine Dion’s ‘My Heart Will Go On’ - also known as the music from Titanic - over the top of it, of course.
This is what one Manchester United fan account on Twitter has cheekily done and the result is, to be fair, brilliant.
A lot of goals get the Titanic music treatment these days, but this particular footage suits the soundtrack absolutely perfectly because of the pure emotion of all those involved.
The final two minutes of the game wouldn’t have looked out of place in a Hollywood blockbuster.
Watch the clip here…
City’s dream of winning a historic quadruple were extinguished in those final moments.
"It's tough. It's cruel but we have to accept it," Guardiola was quoted as saying by BBC Sport after the match.
"We fought a lot, nine, 10 months for the Premier League. It's in our hands. It's tough, but we have to do it."
He added: "I am so proud of the players and the fans.
"I have never heard noise like that since I have been in Manchester but football is unpredictable."
Pochettino, meanwhile, described his players as “heroes” in the aftermath of his side’s victory.
"I am more than happy, I am more than proud," the Argentine coach told reporters, per BBC Sport.
"To be in the semis was a dream. Now we are there. My players are heroes.
"It is unbelievable to be in the Champions League in the quarter-final and beat Man City because in both legs it was very competitive and both legs were even.
"To score three goals here was not easy. In a game that is like a final, it is difficult to see Manchester City concede the goals they conceded today."News Now - Sport News