The Argentina duo of Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala were the hero for Juventus on Wednesday night as the goals scored by the forwards helped the Italian giants secure qualification into the quarter final of the UEFA Champions League in dramatic fashion.

Having come back to draw 2-2 in the first leg, Tottenham took the lead in the tie for the first time when Son scuffed in from Kieran Trippier's 39th-minute cross.

The home side then continued to hold sway until a two-goal burst turned the contest on its head.

 Higuaín levelled by stabbing in Sami Khedira's flick-on to level the aggregate score and, three minutes later, he slid a pass through the middle of the hosts' defence that Dybala galloped on to before drilling past Hugo Lloris to complete a stunning turnaround.

Dybala's goal at Wembley was his 19th this season for Juventus and many Nigerians will be wary of the attacking threat Argentina boasts of heading to the Russia 2018 World Cup where they will face the Super Eagles in their final group game.

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