Eintracht Frankfurt stunned Barcelona with a dramatic 3-2 victory at the Nou Camp to set up an Europa League semi-final against West Ham.
After the first leg had finished 1-1, the German side stormed into a 3-0 lead in the second half and looked in control before two late goals for Barcelona.
Filip Kostic’s penalty and Rafael Borre’s superb strike were followed by another for Kostic after the break.
But Sergio Busquets’ effort and Memphis Depay’s penalty set up a tense finish.
Frankfurt defender Evan Ndicka was also sent off for a second yellow card for what looked a soft foul on Luuk de Jong for the spot-kick, with nine minutes added on following a Video Assistance Radio malfunction.
But Frankfurt, who sit ninth in the Bundesliga and won this competition in its previous guise in 1980, saw out a memorable victory to the delight of their almost 30,000 travelling fans.