BUNGLING BT Sport missed part of Tottenham’s wild celebrations in Ajax after accidentally cutting to referee expert Peter Walton inside the studio.
Hat-trick hero Lucas Moura stunned the Dutch club with an injury-time winner to fire Spurs into the Champions League final.
But just as the cameras turned to follow the jubilant Tottenham players, footage inexplicably cut to a grinning Walton, 59.
Cameras also panned to injured Harry Kane sitting in the stands – before he ran onto the pitch to join his team-mates.
Fans desperate to see the celebrations were perplexed at the gaffe.
“CAMERAS ALL OVER THE GAFF”
One wrote: “The bloke who does the cameras for BT sport is defo a Spurs fan. Pressed all the buttons going crazy then.”
Another said: “Thanks to BT Sports cameras mucking up after the goal we got the best reaction.”
A fan joked: “Absolute scenes, BT Sport cameras all over the gaff.”
While one supporter said: “BT Sports camera work there was horrific.”
Another fan said: “What a moment! Ruined by @btsport terrible camera shots! 😂😂😂”
Moura scored with just seconds left on the clock to set up an all-English Champions League final against Liverpool in Madrid.
Ajax led 1-0 from the first leg in North London and scored two in the first-half to leave Spurs staring at a European exit.
But Moura scored two quickfire goals in the 55th and 59th minute, and killed the tie with his injury-time winner.
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