Juventus knocked Tottenham Hotspur out of the Champions League on Wednesday night.
Tottenham Hotspur crashed out of the Champions League on Wednesday night, losing 2-1 at home to Juventus to go out 4-3 on aggregate.
Having come from 2-0 down in the first ten minutes of the first leg to draw 2-2 in Turin last month, Spurs were hot favourites to go through to the quarter-finals, given home advantage and two away goals in the bag.
Son Heung-min scuffed home Kieran Trippier's cross to give Spurs a first-half lead on Wednesday night, but they fell apart in three crazy second half minutes.
Gonzalo Higuain equalised from Sami Khedira's flick-on, before Higuain set Paulo Dybala through on goal, and he fired past Hugo Lloris to ultimately send Juventus through to th next round.
Spurs did have one late chance as Harry Kane's header hit the inside of the post and was hacked off the line, but it proved to be a nightmare evening for Tottenham as they cracked against the Italian champions.
Arsenal fans may be enduring a tough time themselves right now, but whilst some Gunners supporters poked fun at Spurs for the manner of their Champions League exit, others felt they had seen Arsene Wenger's successor.
Wenger is expected to leave Arsenal this summer after another dismal campaign, and fans are now adamant that Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri should be Wenger's replacement.
Fans joked that Allegri has 'nailed' his Arsenal interview by beating Tottenham, praising his tactical acumen and putting him ahead of the likes of Joachim Loew, Leonardo Jardim and Carlo Ancelotti, urging Arsenal to pay him whatever he wants to take the Emirates Stadium job.
Allegri’s tactics & subs were spot on tonight- composure, know-how, fight & execution displayed from his team. If Arsenal were to replace Wenger, he would be my first choice. Knocking Spurs out the Champions League has done it for me! #bbcfootball #ALLEGRI #AFC #ARSENAL #WENGER— Sean (@gunnersean49) March 7, 2018
I 100% want Allegri as the next @Arsenal manager. I don't want to even hear another name until he confirms he's not coming. Pay the man whatever he wants. Forget Low, Jardim, Ancelotti, or anyone else. #AFC #Arsenal— Dean (@thechug31) March 7, 2018
Allegri winning the NLD 6 months before even joining us #AFC— The Football Mole (@moleyfootball) March 7, 2018
Would love to see what Allegri could do with us. Look at the passion. Look at the desire. Look at the intensity. Absolutely love that. Haven't seen all that in an Arsenal side for awhile. #afc— Shamir Nair (@ShamirNair) March 7, 2018
I said it before I’ll say it again I want Allegri as our main target at Arsenal guy is a god what he’s done with Juve is crazy #AFC— ArsenalTalk (@ArsenalTalk9) March 7, 2018
Would love Allegri at #afc. A well-structured side with a manager who can mix things up when we’re up against it like he has done tonight— Urban (@urban_newton) March 7, 2018
Would love Arsenal to get Allegri. Game wasn’t working so changed tactics and now winning! Arsene plays one way and it’s now predictable. #afc— Ben Neal (@bennealgooner) March 7, 2018