Juventus did not teach Spurs a lesson, says Mauricio Pochettino

It was all going so well for Tottenham Hotspur, leading Juventus following a scrappy Son goal in the first half, they looked to be cruising as Juve collected booking after booking.

However, the Italian champions regrouped after half-time and some tactical tinkering from Max Allegri stretched the backline of Spurs.

Juventus displayed the resolve missing in the first leg against Tottenham, evidence of the doggedness that has taken the Italian champions to two Champions League finals in the last three seasons.

"But at the same time I think we were in both legs, in both games we were the better team". Juventus adds Paulo Dybala and Blaise Matuidi after they missed the first leg of the series.

And with that, the Old Lady moves on and Tottenham crashes out painfully.

Down by a goal on aggregate and needing a least two to advance, Juventus then turned it on for a brief spell in the second half, with Gonzalo Higuain leveling the scoreline in the 64th minute.

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But the South Korea worldwide, outstanding on the night, would not be denied and, when a low Trippier cross came in from the right his mis-hit strike looped in to give Spurs a deserved lead after 39 minutes. The aim was understandable - sit deep to allow Douglas Costa free reign down the right and shift left to form a back three as and when required.

But if Juventus felt aggrieved by that, their frustration was compounded six minutes before the break when Son gave Spurs the lead.

The game was preceded by a minute's silence for former Fiorentina captain Davide Astori, who died last Sunday, and Chiellini was seen fighting back tears in the centre-circle. The impact was immediate as Lichtsteiner broke forward and provided the cross that led to Higuain's goal to kickstart the turnaround.

The 39th minute strike was Son's most important Tottenham goal and his fifth goal in last three recent matches at Wembley. The ball lingered on the goal line before Andrea Barzagli cleared it to safety.

In the second half all went to the second goal in the gate "Juventus", but suddenly the game has changed dramatically.

Spurs looked the more unsafe as the second half opened but an equaliser on 63 from Gonzalo Higuain got Juventus back in it when he converted from the left. And in doing so highlighted the difference between Europe's elite clubs and those who aim to challenge them.