Highlight: Dybala, Higuain Score As Juventus Come From Behind To Knock Tottenham Out Of Champions League (Watch)

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Tottenham News. Tottenham was knocked out of the Champions League as Juventus came from behind to move into the quarter-finals.

The first leg in Italy ended 2-2 and Son Heung-min put Spurs ahead at Wembley with a scuffed finish from Kieran Trippier’s low cross.

But Gonzalo Higuain scored an equalizer when he steered in Sami Khedira’s header.

And less than three minutes later, Paulo Dybala raced on to Higuain’s through ball and slotted past Hugo Lloris to seal a 4-3 aggregate victory.

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