Juanfran scored the winning penalty as Atletico Madrid beat PSV Eindhoven 8-7 in a shootout to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
The two sides could not be separated over 210 minutes, in what was the first-ever Champions League knockout tie to end 0-0 in both legs.
In a high-quality shootout, the first 14 penalties were all converted.
But Luciano Narsingh, on as a late substitute for the Dutch champions’ top scorer Luuk de Jong, then hit the bar.
It is the second consecutive season in which Diego Simeone’s men have progressed to the last eight on penalties, having seen off Bayer Leverkusen in similar fashion last year.
PSV came close to causing an upset but were left ruing Jan Oblak’s brilliant save to tip Jurgen Locadia’s effort on to the post in the second-half of normal time.
In extra-time, Lucas Hernandez and Antoine Griezmann both came close for the hosts, but neither side could find the breakthrough.
The draw for the last eight takes place on Friday at 11:00 GMT. Atletico will face one of the following teams: Barcelona or Arsenal, Bayern Munich or Juventus, Benfica, Manchester City, Paris St-Germain, Real Madrid, Wolfsburg.
The stats you need to know:
- Atletico Madrid attempted 26 shots (including blocked) in this match without scoring – the most in a Champions League game since Sporting Braga against Cluj in September 2012 (38 shots, no goals)
- Jan Oblak kept his 25th clean sheet for Atletico in all competitions this season – no other goalkeeper in the top five leagues has as many this season
- Atletico Madrid have kept 13 clean sheets in their last 17 Champions League games
- This penalty shootout ended 8-7 – the highest scoring penalty shootout in Champions League/European Cup history (excluding qualifiers)