Tottenham's hat-trick hero Lucas Moura was left struggling to explain his feelings following his stunning hat-trick that helped Spurs earn a 3-2 win over Ajax and a place in the Champions League final against Liverpool.
Moura was man of the moment on Wednesday, helping Tottenham claw back after falling 1-0 in the first leg in London, having also fallen behind 2-0 in the first half in Amsterdam.
The Brazilian scored twice early in the second half to give his side some hope of an improbable comeback and then sent Spurs through with a dramatic late winner, lashing home in the sixth minute of stoppage time.
Following his outing, which had at least one team-mate calling for him have a statue built in London, the forward called it the "best moment in my life" while sharing the praise with his Spurs team-mates.
"Impossible to explain what I'm feeling," he told BT Sport. "I'm very happy and very proud of my team-mates. Always believe in this moment.
"We gave everything on the pitch and deserved this moment - we are family. Impossible to explain. Big gift from God I'd like to share with team-mates, friends and family.
"It's about not only me but my team-mates and teamwork.
"Everyone worked really hard. [It's] difficult to play here against Ajax but I always believed in my team-mates. Even without key players we did really well. We need to fight in every game like this.
"The football is amazing - it gives us a moment like this. We cannot imagine. The best moment in my life - in my career. I only need to say thank you to my team-mates."
Spurs close their Premier League campaign on Sunday against Everton, with that the only match the club will face ahead of the June 1 Champions League final in Madrid.
Tottenham sit fourth in the league table, three points clear of Arsenal and holding a heavy lead in goal difference. The club will be looking forward to a break ahead of the final as star man Harry Kane faces a race against time to be fit to face Liverpool.