Morocco's Yassine Bounou put his World Cup penalty-saving heroics against Spain on Tuesday down to a mixture of luck and intuition.
The Sevilla stopper saved two of Spain's penalties in the 3-0 shootout triumph as his side reached the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time in their history.
"You know penalties, it's a little bit of intuition, a little bit of luck," Bounou told beIN Sports.
"We won, that's the most important thing. Hats off to the whole team, they did the job, it was incredible.
"It's not easy to stay focused for 120 minutes, against a Spanish team that dominates the ball well, who has possession.
"When you live moments like this, sometimes it's hard to realise it. We will try to avoid the noise around us, stay focused on ourselves, on our job, our recovery."
Morocco, the last African side and only remaining Arab team left in the tournament, will face Portugal or Switzerland in the quarter-finals in Qatar.
“On behalf of all the players, I want to thank the fans who helped us in this task.”