Real Madrid progressed to their seventh successive Champions League quarter-final after coming from a goal down to beat Napoli 3-1 in Italy.
The La Liga giants came into the game already 3-1 up from the first leg but had captain Sergio Ramos to thank for yet another inspirational attacking display.
Napoli were the better side in the first-half, and were duly rewarded for their dominance when Marik Hamsik set up Dries Mertens who fired home the opener.
The Serie A side almost had a second, only for Mertens to hit the frame of the Madrid goal.
However, soon after the re-start, Madrid got themselves back into the game with goalscoring defender Sergio Ramos getting on the scoresheet yet again, this time from a Toni Kroos corner.
Soon after, Ramos was at it again, this time seeing his header deflected into the back of the Napoli net by Mertens.
That own-goal made it 5-2 on aggregate for Los Merengues, but there was still one more goal in the game, with sub Alvaro Morata netting in injury-time to make it 3-1 on the night and 6-2 on aggregate after following up a Cristiano Ronaldo shot.
Poor old Ronaldo has now gone six Champions League games without a goal, but the Portuguese megastar and his teammates are once again on track for yet another major European title.
As for Napoli, they can now focus on their quest for a place in next season’s competition.