A Cristiano Ronaldo double helped Real Madrid come from behind to boost their hopes of a third straight Champions League crown during a pulsating last-16 encounter with Paris St-Germain.
The Portuguese star jammed a late goal, with Marcelo adding an unlikely third, to hand Real Madrid an untidy and undeserved win over Paris Saint-Germain.
Ronaldo was quiet all night but converted a first-half penalty to level the scores and then a late winner that bounced inadvertently off his knee – having been offside earlier in the same move.
It was a harsh way for things to end for PSG, who had been the better side for much of the game.
And when they went ahead early through Adrien Rabiot in the first half it appeared that the power in European football might have been shifting north. But then, as ever, there was Ronaldo.