Villarreal have won the Europa League with an extraordinary 11-10 penalty shootout victory over Manchester United, after the game ended 1-1 in Gdansk.
A remarkable shootout then unfolded with both sides taking 10 successful spot kicks.
It then came down to a sudden-death contest between the goalkeepers.
Geronimo Rulli scored his by smashing the ball into the net before David dDe Gea was unable to do likewise, seeing his effort saved by his opposite number and handing a first major European trophy to Villarreal.
In the first European final to be played in front of a crowd in two years amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Villarreal survived a tough second half to give coach Unai Emery a record fourth title in the competition – three of them with Sevilla, leaving United without a trophy since their Europa triumph in 2017.
Gerard Moreno stretched to reach Dani Parejo’s free kick and steered the ball past de Gea to open the scoring for the Yellow Submarine in the 29th minute, only for United to level when Edinson Cavani poked the ball home after collecting Marcus Rashford’s deflected shot on 55 minutes.
After no goals were scored in extra time, all outfield players scored their penalties before Rulli got the better of de Gea.