This is called a successful farewell. Lucas Moura, the hero of Tottenham’s 2019 Champions League semi-final against Ajax Amsterdam, played his very last match for Spurs on Sunday, his contract expiring at the end of this season and which has not been extended by its managers.
Opposed to Leeds, the Spurs won comfortably (1-4), precipitating the relegation of the former club of Marcelo Bielsa in the Championship. The Brazilian scored one of his four goals after added time (90th +5). One of those goals of which he has the secret, after a breakthrough with long strides of more than 40 meters in the opposing half of the field. His changes of direction put four defenders in the wind, before he beat Robles with a deft toe kick.
Tottenham’s number 27 was warmly celebrated by his teammates, notably by his compatriot Richarlison. He left the London club after five seasons at the club, during which he played 221 games in all competitions (39 goals, 27 assists). At just 30 years old, the former Paris Saint-Germain player will now have to find a new challenge to end his career.
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