Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino hailed his team as “heroes” after Wednesday’s astonishing Champions League quarter-final with Manchester City.

Liverpool and Tottenham have had the dates for their Champions League semi-finals confirmed by Uefa.

Spurs will host Dutch side Ajax in the first leg on Tuesday, 30 April, with the second leg in Amsterdam on Wednesday, 8 May.

Liverpool will travel to Barcelona for their first leg on Wednesday, 1 May before hosting the Spanish side in the reverse fixture on Tuesday, 7 May.

The dates will mean changes to Premier League fixtures for both teams.

The Reds are scheduled to to play a Premier League game at Newcastle United at 16:30 BST on Sunday, 7 May – two days before the second leg.

Spurs are meant to be playing at Bournemouth on Monday 6 May, which again is two days before the second leg of their semi-final.

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