The football world witnessed one of the greatest ever comebacks last night as European giants Barcelona overcame a 4-0 first leg deficit in the last 16 Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain.
Not only that, but with Edinson Cavani scoring an away goal for the French giants to make it 3-1 to the Catalan team in the Nou Camp, Barcelona had to score three more times to go through, with less than half an hour remaining.
They left it late, scoring all three in the last three minutes of the 90 and injury-time to spark wild scenes.
But do you remember when Queens Park Rangers pulled off a comeback of similarly epic proportions?
Cast your mind back, way back. Thirty-three years in fact, to September 1984.
The setting was Loftus Road and what was their infamous plastic pitch back then.
No one liked going there, but Newcastle appeared to enjoy themselves in the first half as they ran riot. A Chris Waddle hat-trick and a Neil McDonald strike handed them a 4-0 lead at half-time and it looked like game over.
However, QPR, led by manager Alan Mullery, had not thrown in the towel and incredibly pulled three goals back to give themselves a fighting chance.
Gary Bannister, John Gregory and an own goal hauled them back into it, but a Kenny Wharton strike for the visitors appeared to have put paid to their hopes when he made it 5-3 with six minutes to go.
But, like Barcelona last night, the Hoops were not to be beaten and Steve Wicks made it 5-4 before Gary Micklewhite earned QPR a sensational 5-5 draw with a last-gasp strike.
However, in that same season in Europe, QPR were on the wrong end of a similar result to that of Barcelona versus PSG last night.
Rangers beat Partizan Belgrade 6-2 in the home leg of the UEFA Cup encounter, played at Highbury because of rules against their plastic surface, but Partizan won the return leg 4-0 to go through.