Atletico Madrid have created history by reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time ever.
Atletico's battles with the Catalan giants this season had thus far yielded four draws (two in the Super Cup, one in the league and last week's) but Diego Simeon's men were able to achieve the required result this time around to see them through.
Atleti were on the attack early and could have had three or four goals before half-time, amazingly hitting the woodwork on three occasions inside the opening 20 minutes, while Lionel Messi also had a couple of chances to level for Barca.
Both sides had scoring opportunities in the second half but Tata Martino's Blaugrana were inefficient and could not hit the back of the net as Atletico held on at the end of a breathless encounter to produce their best run in Europe's top competition since making the European Cup final in 1974.
2013/14 UEFA Champions League - quarter-final second leg
*Atletico wins 2-1 on aggregate
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