On a feisty night full of tantrums, Argentina kept launching toys out of their pram even as Lautaro Martinez thrashed in his winner to send them through 4-3 on penalties. It had been 120 minutes of argy bargy, with a ball smashed into the dugout and bookings all over the pitch as a so-far serene World Cup finally lost its rag.
The 2022 World Cup has reached the quarter-final stage, with penalties already coming into play aplenty.
With the round of 16 done and dusted, the World Cup was whittled down to eight teams. After the first two quarter-finals, just six teams remain, which will then become four by Sunday morning.