The 2022 World Cup quarter-final line-up is now complete following another thrilling day of action in Qatar.
Spain broke a tournament record, but for all the wrong reasons as they crashed out in the last 16 once again as Morocco marched into uncharted territory.
Portugal then blitzed past Switzerland with Goncalo Ramos enjoying a dream first start at the finals, matching a feat achieved record scorer Miroslav Klose.
Here, Stats Perform takes a closer look at the key facts and figures from the two matches on Tuesday.
Portugal 6-1 Switzerland: No Ronaldo, no problem
Despite Cristiano Ronaldo not starting a major tournament game for the first time since 2008, Portugal recorded their biggest World Cup knockout-stage victory to reach their third quarter-final.
Ramos became the first player to score a hat-trick on his maiden World Cup start since Klose (against Saudi Arabia in 2002) and, at 21 years and 169 days, the youngest to net a treble since Hungary's Florian Albert in 1962.
Having also provided an assist, Ramos is the first player to register four or more direct goal involvements in a single match at the finals since Oleg Salenko's six against Cameroon in 1994.
It was in that game 28 years ago that Roger Milla became the World Cup's oldest scorer aged 42 years and 39 days - a record that remains to this day.
Although, at 39 years and 289 days, Pepe is now the oldest to find the net in the knockout stages following a powerful header that gave Portugal a 2-0 lead.
After conceding six goals in a knockout game for only the second time, also doing so in a 7-5 defeat to Austria in 1954, Switzerland have now failed to progress from all five of their World Cup round of 16 matches.
Morocco 0-0 Spain (aet, 3-0 pens): More penalty heartbreak for La Roja
Spain have now lost four of their five World Cup penalty shoot-outs, more than any other nation in the history of the tournament.
They dominated possession, but attempted just one shot during the first half - their fewest in the opening 45 minutes of a World Cup game since at least 1966.
Luis Enrique's side were subsequently taken to extra-time for a fifth successive knockout game at a major tournament, and then their record-equalling fifth shoot-out at the finals (level with Argentina).
After three unsuccessful kicks, Spain became just the second team to fail to score a single penalty during a World Cup shoot-out, along with Switzerland - against Ukraine in 2006.
As for Morocco, they are the fourth African side to reach the quarter-finals after Cameroon (1990), Senegal (2002) and Ghana (2010), while Walid Regragui is the first African manager to progress to the last eight.