"We've just got to take all this in and then look forward to the final".
We chose to plan a pretend trip to the Champions League final.
Aside from the damage that would cause to domestic leagues, there can also be too much of a good thing.
It ended Ajax's fairytale run in the Champions League, having upstaged holders Real Madrid and Juventus en route to the final four and star defender De Ligt rued what could have been for the Eredivisie side. So close. We were so close.
At the last minute hotels and Airbnbs have cancelled reservations made months in advance, realising they can command a far greater fee now.
The England captain has been sidelined since April 9, when he suffered an ankle injury during the first leg of the Champions League semifinal against Manchester City.
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"It was the flawless substitution to go on there and say: "look, this is not working tonight what we normally do because Ajax are a fantastic team, let's change it up a bit and rattle them". It's possible, we will give everything for this".
Spurs' achievement has certainly come against the odds, but at the same time it is a confirmation of their new status as one of the game's leading powers.
Wolves have sealed seventh place after their first year back in the Premier League and Nuno is not adding any extra importance to Sunday's Anfield clash. The possibilities for the future are endless.
Tottenham were less than 10 minutes from exiting at the group stage before Lucas Moura - the hat-trick hero against Ajax - rescued them with an equaliser at the Nou Camp in the final round of group games. No country has ever produced the finalists for the Champions League and the Europa League in the same year before now.
They have Moutinho in midfield, Ruben Neves in midfield and whoever plays with the boys there, Dendoncker or whoever, that is just quality.
Since lifting the FA Cup in 1991, the day Paul Gascoigne shattered his knee in a reckless challenge, Spurs' only success has come in the League Cup.