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And nights in don't come much bigger than a Champions League quarter-final between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.
The most played fixture in UEFA club competition history, the two sides met for the 23rd time on Wednesday in a thrilling clash at the Allianz Arena.
It looked set to be another historic night for Carlo Ancelotti, this time on the Bayern bench, when Arturo Vidal sent a thunderous header crashing into the Madrid net.
And the Bayern fans thought there were in dreamland when awarded a penalty right on the stroke of half-time. But Vidal became the villain this time, blasting his shot high over the crossbar.
Then Cristiano Ronaldo took over. The Portuguese had already fired off a couple of warning shots before ghosting into the box to volley home a splendid equaliser just two minutes after the restart.
Cristiano then turned his attentions to history, stealing in to stab home a wonderful Marco Asensio cross to give Madrid a 2-1 win and become the first man in history to net 100 goal in UEFA competition.