The Brazilian failed to find the net in his first 19 Champions League knockout matches, stretching back to his days at Paris Saint-Germain.
But good things come to those who wait and Moura finally broke his duck at the 20th time of asking during Spurs’ match at the Amsterdam Arena with a slick finish beyond Andre Onana.
But THAT was just the beginning.
Moura fired home another goal just four minutes later, making the game 2-2 and breathing new life into the semi-final tie.
And then in the fifth minute of stoppage time, he found the net again to send Spurs through to the Champions League final, where they will face Liverpool in Madrid on June 1st.