DUSAN Tadic was denied a place in the Champions League final as Tottenham replicated Liverpool’s miracle win.

Lucas Moura’s dramatic second-half hat-trick set up an all-English final.

Spurs were dead and buried at half-time in the second leg at the Johan Cryuff ArenA as they trailed the Amsterdam 2-0 on the night and 3-0 on aggregate after goals from Matthijs De Ligt and Hakim Ziyech.

However, a miraculous comeback, spearheaded by Moura, was completed deep into added time when the Brazilian slotted home a loose ball to spark amazing scenes in Amsterdam.

It continues the remarkable progress for Spurs under boss Mauricio Pochettino, who has led the club further in Europe than any other.

The final against Liverpool promises to be a brilliant spectacle in Madrid on June 1.

Spurs knew they did not have history on their side as only one of the 17 teams who lost the first leg of a European Cup semi-final at home had gone on to progress to the final.

Any hopes Spurs had appeared to be extinguished in the 36th minute as Ajax doubled their lead on the night.

Some shoddy defending from Kieran Trippier allowed the hosts in down the left and Tadic cut back for Ziyech, who whipped a brilliant first-time finish into the top corner.

Spurs had to go for it after the break.

Dele Alli had already brought a fine stop out of Onana by the time they got on the scoresheet in the 55th minute.

Danny Rose started it with a nutmeg and then set Alli free, with Moura running on to the ball to stroke home. Four minutes later it was 2-2 as Moura bagged his second, showing skill and composure after Llorente was denied from point-blank range.

Jan Vertonghen hit the crossbar from six yards with what looked like being Spurs’ last chance until Moura ran on to Alli’s through-ball.