Tempers flared during Real Madrid and Juventus' UEFA Champions League clash following Cristiano Ronaldo's last-minute penalty on Wednesday, which reportedly led to some players clashing in the tunnel after the game.
But, just as a thrilling second leg looked to be heading for extra time, English referee Michael Oliver awarded Real a penalty in stoppage time.
Cristiano Ronaldo then stepped up to send the Old Lady crashing out of Europe.
Former Arsenal and England striker Ian Wright believes Real Madrid are the only team left in the Champions League that are a real threat to Liverpool, but still believes Jurgen Klopp's side can be crowned European champions.
Trailing 3-0, Juventus needed a positive start to get back into the tie and Mandzukic gave the Bianconeri the flawless start by heading home Sami Khedira's lofted cross to the back post with 90 seconds played to make it 1-0 on the night and 3-1 on aggregate.
Mario Mandzukic set Juve on their way with a goal after 76 seconds - the fastest Real have ever conceded in this competition - and then scored again before half-time with another header at the back post.
Prenderville also relayed a section of La Repubblica's report, in which it said Juventus went from "the dream to the apocalypse".
Madrid had won 3-0 in the first leg in Turin last week, when Ronaldo scored one of his two goals with an incredible overhead kick.
That means the Spanish worldwide has only given the ball away twice in the month of April, which is absolutely ridiculous when you think about it.
Blaise Matuidi made it level on aggregate after scoring from just a few inches from the goal line following Keylor Navas' blunder which saw the ball fumble out of his hands and Into the Frenchman's path.
In the night's other quarterfinal, Bayern Munich advanced with a 0-0 home draw against Sevilla as the newly crowned Bundesliga champions defended a 2-1 advantage from the first leg.
Real coach Zinedine Zidane made two early changes in bringing on wingers Lucas Vazquez and Marco Asensio for Casemiro and Gareth Bale at the start of the second half and said he gave his players a firm message.
Ronaldo has scored 21 goals in his last 11 matches in all competitions, and has netted in 11 straight Champions League matches.
He said: 'The penalty was very clear'.