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 on Tuesday.
In Basel, Manchester City all but assured themself of a place in the quarter- finals with a 4-0 win over Basel.
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.
Harry Kane fired home in the 35th minute to halve the deficit - the first goal Juventus have conceded in 2018 - before Higuain wasted the chance to score a hat-trick when his penalty on the stroke of half-time hit the crossbar.
Tottenham were rewarded for their endeavour when Christian Eriksen's free kick levelled it up in the 71st minute, meaning the London club will fancy their chances of knocking out last year's runners-up in next month's second leg at Wembley.
Goalscorer Kane felt the comeback showed "the character of the squad".
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 look back now, two away goals we're taking to Wembley, it's a great result.
"I had a chance before it (his goal) and I should have scored that, but like I always say, you've got to be ready for the next one.
"Dele (Alli) put a great ball in and I managed to finish it off. That got us back into the game, which was important."
City romped to a 4-0 win thanks to lkay Gundogan scoring twice.
In-form Sergio Aguero also scored his 198th City goal while Bernardo Silva completed the rout at a freezing St Jakob-Park.
City rattled in three goals in a blistering nine-minute spell early in the first half that put paid to any chance of an upset.
"It's an amazing result," said City coach Pep Guardiola. "The tie is 180 minutes but we are almost there.
"We defended quite well, we were clinical. It's not easy to keep the level but we did it."