West Ham United progressed to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Europa League on a dramatic, unforgettable night at London Stadium.
Trailing 1-0 from the first leg in Seville, the Hammers turned the tie on its head with a controlled, composed and ultimately match-winning performance after extra-time.
Tomáš Souček's header at the end of the first half levelled the tie on aggregate amid a raucous London Stadium atmosphere.
West Ham stepped up to the occasion in fine style, getting on the ball early and unsettling the La Liga high-flyers.
Only a last-ditch save from Bono and goalline block from Nemanja Godelj denied Michail Antonio and Souček, while at the other end Alphonse Areola produced a fine save to keep out Youssef En-Nesyri's fiercely-struck effort.
Into the second half and Bono was called upon again to repel powerful efforts from Souček and Manuel Lanzini as the Hammers kept applying the pressure - and the contest was still on a knife-edge as the game went to an additional 30 minutes.
And, on 112 minutes, Andriy Yarmolenko found the game's decisive moment, netting from close range after Bono could only parry Pablo Fornals' low shot.
Watch the best of the action from the game again in the video player above.