Just after the 90’ minute - Lorenzo Insigne picked up the ball along the left touchline and delivered a brilliant cross field ball across to Darmian. Darmian, took a couple of flustered touches before calmly finding Pelle who belted it into the back of the net. Italy had finally scored the second goal, Antonio Conte, overjoyed found himself climbing on top of the dugout; Spain, subdued and lacklustre throughout the evening were going home.

Robert Lewandowski pegged one back a minute after Morata’s substitution, and from that point on, things went spiralling downwards for Juventus, who were on the receiving end of three more goals before the night was done. The Bianconeri's substitutions, which proved to be a boon in the first leg, turned out to be fatal in the second.

Built up as one of the most important North London derbies of our time, the match did not disappoint. Wenger giving Spurs the respect they deserved lined up with two out and out defensive midfielders in Elneny and Coquelin. Ramsey instead of moving out wide to form a 4-2-3-1, took up a position in between the centre and the right of midfield forming a distorted 4-3-3. This way of lining up meant that the play was congested towards the centre and the left of Arsenal’s midfield leaving the right side free for both opposing full backs.