Tottenham Hotspur came from two goals down to force Italian champions Juventus to a 2-2 draw in Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League first leg round of 16 clash at the Juventus Stadium.
Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain scored a brace in the first half to hand the Bianconeri a 2-1 lead into the break.
Harry Kane scored Spurs’ first goal 10 minutes before half time. Christen Eriksen made 2-2 in the 74th minute of the encounter.
The draw also extended Juventus’ unbeaten run to 23 games (14 wins and nine draws) at home in the UEFA Champions League.
Higuain gave Juventus an early lead in the second minute with a half volley from a Miralem Pjanic cross.
He bagged his second from the spot in the after Ben Davies fouled Federico Bernardeschi in the box in the 25th minute.
Kane missed a glorious chance to end Juventus clean sheet record of eight when his close range header was saved by Gianlugi Buffon in the 26th minute of the encounter.
Higuain also failed to punish Spurs on the counter in the 29th minute for committing several men in attack after he fired his shot from close range inches wide off the upright.
In the 35th minute, Kane made up for his earlier miss, rounding Buffon to score. The goal was the first Juventus conceded in 2018.
Higuain missed a chance to bag a first half hat-trick when he fired his second spot kick onto the cross bar after Serge Aurier had brought down Douglas Costa down in the penalty area.
In the second half, Hugo Lloris made two quick saves from close range to keep out Bernardeschi and Higuain.
Eriksen drew level 18 minutes from time with a freekick from the edge of the Juventus penalty area.
At the St Jakob-Park in Basel, Switzerland, Manchester City defeated FC Basel 4-0 in the first leg round of 16 clash.
A brace from Ikay Gundogan and other strikes from Bernardo Silva and Sergio Aguero sealed a comfortable win for City ahead of the second leg clash at the Etihad Stadium in three weeks.