Morocco stun Spain on penalties to reach World Cup quarter-finals
Morocco are in the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time in history after Spain missed three penalties in a dramatic shootout following a 120-minute stalemate.
Spain's deficiencies in attack were laid bare - restricted to just one shot in the first 45 minutes, their fewest in a first half of a World Cup game since at least 1966 - as they were eventually dumped out.
Morocco had the best chance of the match before half-time when West Ham centre-back Nayef Aguerd headed over from close range. In extra time, following a drab second half, Morocco substitute Walid Cheddira was denied one-on-one by Unai Simon before Pablo Sarabia grazed a post with a volley in the final minute.
With both sides unable to be separated, Sarabia incredibly hit a post again with Spain's first spot-kick before Carlos Soler and Sergio Busquets had theirs saved by Bono, leaving Achraf Hakimi to coolly chip the winning penalty down the middle to send Morocco through.