& # 39; What a gentleman & # 39 ;: David Beckham greets Mauricio Pochettino after seeing Tottenham's boss stand up for the Champions League final
- Spurs continued the preparations for the final of the Champions League on Wednesday
- David Beckham saw how Maurico Pochettino put his men to the test
- The English legend thanked the Tottenham manager for being so hospitable
- Tottenham will compete against Beckham & # 39; s old Liverpool rivals in the final next Saturday
The Tottenham players received a little extra inspiration in their final preparations in the Champions League, as the David Beckham football symbol visited the team's training on Wednesday.
Spurs is preparing for the biggest game in the club's history when they play against Liverpool in the Champions League final in Madrid on Saturday.
And the likes of Maurico Pochettino and Harry Kane seemed happy to have one of the biggest stars of the game during the session at their training complex in Enfield.
David Beckham shared a photo of himself and Mauricio Pochettino on Wednesday
Beckham shares a joke with Harry Kane during the Tottenham training session in Enfield
Beckham was also grateful for the experience and went to Instagram to share a photo of himself and Pochettino.
& # 39; Great to spend the day with Mauricio today, & # 39; he wrote next to the cut.
& # 39; Thank you for welcoming me and showing me in the great training complex … What a gentleman @spursofficial. & # 39;
Beckham, a former Manchester United player, is undoubtedly hoping that Tottenham will prevent the arch rivals Liverpool from his old team from raising the biggest prize in Europe for the sixth time.
Beckham thanked Pochettino for showing him around the complex and being so hospitable
Spurs has conquered every opportunity to reach their first Champions League final, apparently occasionally several times during this year's competition.
And the English midfielder Harry Winks believes that their incredible run embodies the faith of the team.
& # 39; We were written off, one point in three games, we were actually told & # 39; you can't qualify there & # 39; but as a squadron we never gave up, we didn't stop, & # 39; he told the club website.
Harry Winks plays a pass when the outfit in North London further prepared for Madrid
& # 39; That has made this run even more special, the fact that we have come from so much adversity comes from behind in games and yet we are at the finals through pure hard work, faith, quality of course and determination. & # 39 ;
& # 39; Honestly, no (I never thought we were gone). The only time you can say that is the last whistle of the last game. We have scored late goals in the group, in the knockout, in the semifinals, such as dramatic scenes. That embodies the club and the team, we never give up, so many important late goals. You can never think it's over.
& # 39; We have had to graft in character and mental strength. It's an incredible story for us to get to the final – the way we are there is even better. & # 39;
Tottenham players are getting ready for the biggest game in the club's history
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