Eriksen’s free kick leveled it up in the 71st minute. Reuters/Paul Childs
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Tottenham Hotspur recovered from conceding twice in the opening nine minutes to secure a 2-2 draw away to Juventus in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie Tuesday. Gonzalo Higuain struck for Juve after two minutes and again from the penalty spot after nine as Tottenham were rocked, but the visitors responded in impressive fashion.Tottenham had barely put two passes together when they fell further behind seven minutes later from the penalty spot.Eriksen, arguably the best player on the pitch, leveled for Tottenham in the 71st minute when his low free kick deceived Buffon and nestled in the corner.
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