Spanish captain Sergio Ramos was in tears on the pitch after losing to Russian Federation in a dramatic penalty shoot-out.
Emilio Butragueno, Fernando Morientes, Raul and Hierro himself have all scored five World Cup goals for La Roja.
And from that moment on it seems like Russian Federation would be happy to go to penalties.
Croatia's Danijel Subasic became just the second keeper in World Cup history to save three penalties in a World Cup shootout - but the goalkeeper's antics left fans and pundits fuming.
The midfield maestro, who is also leaving Barcelona to play for Japanese club Vissel Kobe next season, scored 13 global goals in his career, most notably the victor in extra time of the 2010 World Cup final.
Barcelona and Atletico Madrid follow just behind with 18 and 13, respectively, and the first Spaniard to ever find the net at a World Cup was none other than Athletic Club's Alejandro Irarragorri in 1934, the nation's debut appearance. It was a very hard and physical match.
Sergio Ramos left in tears after Spain crash out of World Cup
His shot from a tight angle forces Akinfeev into a save! Their match against Spain didn't exactly get off to a dream start. Despite the added time of two minutes, both times retreated for the 15-minute break with the scoreboard flashing 1-1.
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Shortly after the Supreme Court released its decision, President Donald Trump shared the news from his Twitter account. The ban, announced in September, bars most people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen from entering the US.
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However, Mexico truly dominated for stretches, and looked every bit as good as the team that knocked off Germany . While a late goal from South Korea made the score close, the game, in reality, wasn't.
And Pique handled at the other end to concede a penalty before the break.
Peskov did not say whether Putin planned to attend the quarter-final.
"We are going to look for the best for the national team and for the federation", Rubiales said.
Tens of thousands of fans in the capital's Federation Internationale de Football Association fan fest crowded around several huge screens as they witnessed what many of them would have believed unthinkable before the match.
A total of 32 national football teams entered the 2018 FIFA World Cup and only 16 of them proceeded to the knockout phase after the group stage, which kicked off on June 14 and ended on June 28.
"Penalties are a lottery - and we lost today, but I am very proud of these players as captain".
Russian fans are daring to dream their team could win the World Cup.