A Christian Eriksen free kick gave Tottenham Hotspur a pair of away goals and a 2-2 Tuesday draw headed back to London in its UEFA Champions League Round of 16 tie with Juventus.
It was an incredibly impressive result, and the performance matched: Spurs had nearly two-thirds possession and out-attempted their Italian hosts.
The second leg at Wembley is March 7.
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A wild first half saw Gonzalo Higuain score twice and be denied a hat trick on a penalty kick in stoppage time.
Higuain scored after two minutes in Turin and then scored again from the spot in the ninth minute after Ben Davies took Federico Bernardeschi down in the box.
Then Dele Alli held up the ball, and Kane danced around Buffon to make it 2-1.
That score did not look safe to make it to halftime when Serge Aurier committed a needless foul in the box. Higuain stepped up to the spot… and hammered the crossbar.
The Eriksen free kick was a rare Gianluigi Buffon error.
Dele was fouled, and Eriksen was set to try his luck. His audacious low effort worked, but Buffon will want this back.