Erling Braut Haaland bagged two goals as Borussia Dortmund pulled off a "crazy, amazing" 2-2 draw against Sevilla to advance to the quarter-finals of the Champions League 5-4 on aggregate.
Haaland scored four of Dortmund's five goals across the two legs having bagged a brace in the 3-2 victory in the first leg. The Norwegian, 20, tapped in a first-half opener and scored a retaken penalty after the break behind closed doors at Signal Iduna Park.
"It was a hard game - I'm tired now, but to be in the next round feels very good," Haaland told Sky. "It was a crazy game and a crazy, amazing win."
Sevilla forward Youssef En-Nesyri scored a 69th-minute spot-kick and a last-gasp equaliser to set up a tense finish but Dortmund clung on to clinch their place in the last eight.
"We're not happy with the result. Truth is, we didn't have any luck - they had one chance and they scored," En-Nesyri told Movistar. "We fought until the last minute."
Haaland is the top scorer in this season's competition with 10 goals in six games. He is the youngest player to reach 20 Champions League goals, in just 14 appearances, breaking the previous mark set by Kylian Mbappe. The former RB Salzburg player last week became the second youngest player of the modern era to reach 100 goals after scoring twice in a 4-2 defeat to Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga.
"We have been punished by a player [Haaland] who will make his mark on this era," predicted Sevilla coach Julen Lopetegui.
"It was a turbulent game," said Dortmund caretaker coach Edin Terzic.
"It's not a given for us to get this far, so now to be among the best eight in Europe makes us very happy. Erling Haaland was just outstanding."