Tottenham's progress under Mauricio Pochettino clear in Juve draw - Eriksen

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Eriksen scored a second-half equaliser as Spurs recovered from 2-0 down inside eight minutes to draw 2-2 with Juventus in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 on Tuesday.

However, the Argentine is not counting his chickens, insisting Juventus are still very much alive in the tie. Then we conceded a penalty, 2-0 down after seven minutes against a great team like Juventus with experienced players. "I can't accept that people are getting depressed over a 2-2 draw, it seems like we lost 8-0".

He added on BT Sport: "It was an excellent performance after that (conceding the two goals) and we deserved to get back into the game". We showed we are mature enough to compete in this competition. While he's undoubtedly been one of the finest goal scorers in world football in the last few years or so, many felt that his showing in the first 45 minutes typified his career.

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"We still have a good chance to qualify in London, but it's totally insane to think that Juventus has to win 3-0 in the round of 16 in the Champions League". The Tottenham playmaker had been irrepressible, lifting his team from an early crash that left them trailing by two goals, driving them forward with his zip and precision.

Gonzalo Higuain produced an "extraordinary" display against Tottenham in the Champions League and they will need to improve defensively against him in the second leg, according to Erik Lamela.

"In my three year and nine months, he's always an important player for us and every season was always stepping up".

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We'll see how it goes, I'm healthy and glad to be playing. " That's the secret for me moving forward ". It was the 20-year-old German's first win over the former French Open finalist at the third attempt.

"And for the fans it will be fantastic because the hope to go through to the quarter-finals is there".

"When I talk about the game I feel so proud".

Spurs were showing intent at the other end but Juventus doubled their advantage from the penalty spot, with Higuain powering the ball past Hugo Lloris after Ben Davies had lunged in on Federico Bernardeschi.

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The Lilywhites got lucky on the stroke of half time when Serge Aurier fouled Douglas Costa inside the area, but this time Higuain could only fire against the crossbar. "We had a 50 per cent possibility before the match and we still have that after this match". We are facing Tottenham in the Champions League, a really physical and technical team. Displaying the confidence that comes from a 12-match unbeaten streak, the visitors began to grow into the game, creating chances for Harry Kane, who should have scored with a point-blank header that went straight into the grateful arms of Gianluigi Buffon.

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