2018/19 has been a memorable season for Tottenham Hotspur, with the club continuing to reach new heights under manager Mauricio Pochettino.
In the Premier League Spurs secured another top-four finish, and in doing so denied north London Rivals Arsenal a place in that quartet.
Of course, the campaign will be remembered mainly for their successes in the Champions League, with the club reaching the final thanks to a dramatic semi-final victory over Dutch outfit Ajax.
They will play Liverpool in the final on June 1st at Atletico Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, with Pochettino aiming to secure the club’s first trophy since the 2008 League Cup.
The campaign also saw the opening of the club’s brand new 62,000 seat stadium, bringing an end to the temporary switch to Wembley.
The club also reached the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup before being knocked out by London rivals Chelsea on penalties.
Ahead of the next month’s final, we have decided to take a look back through the season and pick out some award winners.
There have been plenty of highs, lows and everything and between so without further ado, let’s get started…
Tottenham Hotspur 2018/19 award winners
Player of the Season
Despite suffering a couple of injuries throughout the campaign, Harry Kane still managed 23 goals in all competitions. The striker has been a consistent performer for years now and has established himself as one of the best strikers in the world.
Young Player of the Season
18-year-old Oliver Skipp has broken into the first team this season and impressed whenever given the chance to play by Mauricio Pochettino.
Fernando Llorente has not had many chances since moving to the club in 2017, but he has provided some vital goals this term. The most notable was, of course, the goal off his thigh/midriff in the Champions League quarter-final with Manchester City.
Erik Lamela has failed to earn a regular spot in the starting XI this season, with 10 of his 19 top-flight appearances coming from the substitutes bench. The Argentinian could be one to make way if Spurs strengthen their squad this summer.
Most Improved Player
After scoring no goals last season, albeit he only joined the club in January, Lucas Moura has really flourished this campaign. The Brazilian has scored 10 top-flight goals and will, of course, always be remembered for that hat-trick in Amsterdam.
Best Summer Signing
Unfortunately, there is no winner of this award as Spurs did not make any singings last summer! If rumours are to be believed, chairman Daniel Levy will loosen the purse strings this summer after the new stadium was opened in April.
It has to be the second leg of the Champions League semi-final against Ajax. From being 3-0 down on aggregate at halftime, Lucas Moura produced a magnificent second-half hattrick, including a goal with virtually the last kick of the game, to send Spurs through.
Spurs surrendered a one-goal lead to lose 3-1 to Wolves just before the turn of the year, with Willy Boly, Raul Jimenez and Helder Costa all scoring for the Molineux club.
Goal of the Season
Son Heung-min picked the ball up just inside the Chelsea half before running the length of the half and finishing past Kepa when the club’s met in the Premier League in November.