German Bundesliga side, RB Leipzig, qualified for the UEFA Champions League semi-finals for the first time in its short history with an unlikely 2-1 win over the Spanish giants, Atletico Madrid, in Lisbon on Thursday.
United States midfielder, Tyler Adams, secured victory for the German side in the 88th minute with a strike from outside the box which took a heavy deflection off Atletico defender Stefan Savic and flew past goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
The German side went ahead early in the second half with a header from Spanish forward Dani Olmo.
But a disjointed Atletico was shaken into life when record signing Joao Felix came off the bench, earned and scored a penalty to level scores in the 71st minute.
Atletico, beaten finalists in 2014 and 2016, looked more likely to score again as Diego Simeoni’s side poured forward in search of the winning goal.
But the American international struck with two minutes left on the clock to book Leipzig a semi-final tie with Paris St Germain.