Lamela ends difficult period with special night

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In years to come, as our players look back on their footballing careers, Wednesday night’s stunning comeback win over Ajax will undoubtedly go down as one of their greatest moments in the game. But for Erik Lamela, the events in Amsterdam meant so much more.

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I’m sure he’ll never forget when, in the final seconds he tried to let Ajax score the winner by trying to dribble the ball out instead of smashing it upfield. Oh happy memories...
 

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I’m sure he’ll never forget when, in the final seconds he tried to let Ajax score the winner by trying to dribble the ball out instead of smashing it upfield. Oh happy memories...
Haha I was shouting at the TV to just get rid of it, was getting Eriksen Man City nightmares 😁
 

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I’m sure he’ll never forget when, in the final seconds he tried to let Ajax score the winner by trying to dribble the ball out instead of smashing it upfield. Oh happy memories...
Gotta be right up there with Eriksen giving the ball away to city in the dying seconds only for VAR to dig him out of the shit.

Except Erikson is mostly always fit, available and contributes stuff to the team, of course.
 

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I thought he played great in that 15 mins, was a big menace to Ajax
Really?

I've got the game recorded still. I'm sure his only real contribution was the aforementioned giving away the ball in the last few seconds giving them one last chance.
 
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