Tottenham fightback against Ajax and set up an all-English Champions League final against Liverpool.
Moura scored a hat-trick deep into stoppage time as Spurs won on away goals to reach their first Champions League final. Pochettino could not contain his emotions at the final whistle and shed tears of joy as he celebrated wildly with his players on the pitch. It will be the second all-English final in the competition after Manchester United beat Chelsea on penalties in Moscow in 2008.
Trailing 1-0 from the first leg, Spurs made the worst possible start in Amsterdam when a towering fifth-minute header by 19-year-old Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt doubled the advantage for Erik ten Hag's exciting young side.
Spurs looked dead and buried when Ziyech's outstanding first-time finish after a cut back by Tadic made it 3-0 on aggregate before half-time but they somehow pulled themselves together.
Moura was the inspiration, producing three clinical finishes, the third and decisive goal coming when he picked the ball up from Dele Alli's flick and shot across Onana.
He is only the fifth player to score a Champions League semi-final hat-trick, and first since Cristiano Ronaldo in May 2017 for Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid.
This was a significant hurdle for Spurs to clear.
They had lost their three previous semi-finals, including an agonising penalty shootout defeat by Chelsea in this season's Carabao Cup.
Having moved into a new £1bn stadium last month, these are exciting times for Spurs as they chase a first trophy in 11 years.
With another top-four Premier League finish all but sealed, they are one win away from being crowned champions of Europe.
This after they took only one point from their first three group stage games and required late goals to beat PSV Eindhoven and Inter Milan, before an 85th-minute goal from Moura against Barcelona in the Nou Camp took them through to the knockout stage.