England claimed a dramatic victory to reach the last eight of the World Cup after triumphing in a tense penalty shoot over Colombia with Eric Dier converting the winning spot kick.
Harry Kane put England in front from the spot early in the second half only to see his side surrender that lead in injury time through a towering header from Yerry Mina to take the game to extra time.
Let's take a look at how the players fared in another memorable encounter.
8. Colombia: Goalkeeper & Defenders
David Ospina 7/10 The Arsenal keeper looked experienced, street wise and composed for his nation. Producing a brilliant save in the penalty shootout nearly put his country through.
Santaigo Arias 6/10 The full back managed to isolate most of England's attack down his side, got booked for fouling Kane before being subbed off.
Yerry Mina 8/10 The defender's towering header to level the game capped off a strong display at the heart of Colombia's backline.
Davinson Sanchez 8/10 The Spurs centre back was arguably the best player on the pitch, and is now surely destined for an £80m move in two years time.
Johan Mojica 7/10 Gave Trippier a few problems in an interesting battle, getting forward well.
7. Colombia: Midfielders
Wilmar Barrios 5/10 Having little impact on the play and being the centre of controversy in which he head butted Jordan Henderson, the midfielder didn't cover himself in glory in a forgettable display.
Carlos Sanchez 5/10 Despite looking relatively compact and assertive, rugby tackling Harry Kane to the floor will be the highlight from his game which caused his side to fall behind.
Jefferson Lerma 5/10 Playing on the outskirts of the game caused the exciting prospect to fade and be subbed early on without having much impact.
6. Colombia: Forwards
Juan Cuadrado 6/10 Missed a key chance late on and was penned back into his half for most of the game but put away a brilliant penalty in the shoot out.
Juan Quintero 6/10 Failed to be the creative outlet Colombia needed and was mostly marked out of the game by Jordan Henderson.
Radamel Falcao 6/10 The vastly experienced forward was a lone figure up top as his side were forced to do a lot of defending. Mistimed a header in extra time but strongly put away his spot kick.
5. Colombia: Substitutes
Carlos Bacca 5/10 Looked energetic when brought on to the pitch but missed the vital penalty which cost his side dearly.
Matues Uribe 6/10 Nearly scored a wonder strike in added time from a volley. Brought a sense of structure to Colombia's play when they started to dominate in extra time but failed to convert his penalty which swung momentum the other way.
Cristian Zapata 6/10 The vastly experienced defender used all his knowledge to great effect helping to keep England out.
4. England: Goalkeeper & Defenders
Jordan Pickford 9/10 His nation's hero in the shootout and made arguably the stop of the whole tournament from Uribe's incredible effort.
Kyle Walker 6/10 A lack of concentration nearly allowed Colombia in, and struggled to have much impact but his pace helped to avert danger from Colombia's counter attacks in the early stages.
John Stones 7/10 Very confident with the ball at his feet and always looked first to win challenges, though was drawn into some silly fouls when the game got feisty.
Harry Maguire 8/10 His marking for the equaliser slightly tainted what had been a coming of age display from the centre back. Never scared to bring the ball out from the back to start attacks.
3. England: Midfielders
Kieran Trippier 7/10 Continued his good form at the tournament, always looking like England's best threat from wide areas, put in a few good crosses. Scored a brilliant penalty.
Jordan Henderson 7/10 The penalty miss clouded one of his most solid England outings in the base of the midfield.
Ashley Young 6/10 Looked energetic, always willing to make runs beyond the ball before being taken off in extra time.
Jesse Lingard 6/10 A frustrating night for the exciting midfielder who found it difficult to find space in a congested Colombia defence.
Dele Alli 6/10 Still looked to be recovering from the injury picked up in the opening game, the Tottenham man found it a challenge to ever influence his side's attacks.
2. England: Forwards
Harry Kane 8/10 Despite having little to work off, Kane lead the line magnificently. Winning fouls, making the right passes and scoring from the spot in normal time and the shootout.
Raheem Sterling 6/10 A bright start brought a lot of promise as Sterling found space with ease but as the game wore on, those runs faded and a substitution became inevitable.
1. England: Substitutes
Eric Dier 6/10 Had little impact on the game in play but scored the all important winning kick which will be remembered forever.
Jamie Vardy 4/10 Seemed to bring very little to England's forward play after coming on, nearly putting in a good cross for Lingard in extra time.
Marcus Rashford 6/10 Barely having a touch before the shootout made his appearance seemed meaningless but a faultless penalty showed the maturity of the 20-year-old striker.