Atletico Madrid are through to the Champions League final after Antoine Griezmann grabbed the decisive goal against Bayern Munich - and both sides missed a penalty. Yes really.
Xabi Alonso and Robert Lewandowski gave Bayern their two goals but Griezmann's shot - Atletico's first on target - was the crucial away goal they needed.
Now Diego Simeone's side will face either Real Madrid or Manchester City in Milan at the end of the month.
But the moment when Jan Oblak saved Thomas Muller's penalty - who has now missed four this season - could have been the turning point.
This game is cray. First Alonso with a superb goal to put it on level terms, then Thomas Mueller of all ppl misses a penalty #BAYATM
-- Diamond (@TimeToPretend14) May 3, 2016
Then Atletico's Fernando Torres failed to score his penalty chance too, as Manuel Neuer saved it.
What's going on?!
Two missed penalties in this second leg. Neither team wants to put this game to bed #BayernAtleti
-- Hiten Mandalia (@HitenMandalia) May 3, 2016
"How [NOT] to score penalties" a book by Atleti, illustrated by Bayern
-- Ibrahimobitch (@50shadesofidec) May 3, 2016
Missing two penalties in a Champions' League semi-final. Dear me. #Bayern
-- Tim Brannigan (@tim_brannigan) May 3, 2016
#BayernAtleti it's a good job this can't go to penalties we would be here all night.
-- Scott Davis (@scottldavis21) May 3, 2016
-- Ben Eccleston (@BenCovTel) May 3, 2016
There was a bit of controversy over whether both penalties should have been given in the first place though. It looked as if Torres was tripped just outside the area by Martinez.
Both penalties should not have been given.
Strangely, both penalties were saved.
Football is amazing man.
-- Fouad AFC (@FouadAFC) May 3, 2016
This game had everything a neutral fan would want. Missed Penalties, controversial decisions, missed chances. What a match.
-- Foggy Nelson (@Aliyu_A_Attah) May 3, 2016