The final minutes of the Champions League quarter-final second leg between Manchester City and Tottenham are arguably the most dramatic of the season.
Raheem Sterling thought he sent City into the semi-finals with his goal for stoppage time, sparking wild scenes from players, coaching staff and fans at the Etihad stadium.
The goal was denied by referee Cuneyt Cakir after a VAR check that showed Sergio Aguero was offside when he received the ball.
The ecstasy of the city soon turned into misery. For Tottenham they experienced the same feelings the other way round.
Spurs felt that they were eliminated in the most heartbreaking way in the Champions League – only for Cakir's decision not to accept Sterling's late goal.
How do you make these two minutes even more dramatic?
Of course, add Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" – also known as the Titanic music.
This is what made a Manchester United fan account on Twitter rude, and the result is, to be fair, brilliant.
Many goals are treated today with the Titanic music, but this special material fits perfectly to the soundtrack due to the pure emotions of everyone involved.
The last two minutes of the game would not have been out of place in a Hollywood blockbuster.
Watch the clip here …
The city's dream of winning a historic quadruple was wiped out in those last moments.
"It's tough, it's cruel, but we have to accept it," Guardiola was quoted as saying BBC Sport After the game.
"We fought a lot, nine, ten months for the Premier League, it's in our hands, it's tough, but we have to do it."
He added, "I'm so proud of the players and the fans.
"I've never heard such sounds since I'm in Manchester, but football is unpredictable."
Pochettino called his players after the victory of his team as "heroes".
"I'm more than happy, I'm more than proud," the Argentine coach told reporters BBC Sport,
"Being in the semifinals was a dream, now we're here, my players are heroes.
"It's incredible to be in the Champions League quarter-finals beating Man City because it was very competitive in both legs and both legs were balanced.
"To score three goals has not been easy, and in a match that resembles a final, it is difficult to see Manchester City concede the goals they have won today."