By Ollie WilliamsBBC Olympic sports reporter in Sochi
The United States defeated Russia in a shoot-out to win a much-hyped group-stage ice hockey clash at Sochi 2014.
TJ Oshie scored the winner at the eighth time of asking as a prolonged shoot-out capped one of the great Olympic encounters between the two.
The teams had finished regulation play level at 2-2, Russia having a third goal controversially wiped out.
President Vladimir Putin looked on as Oshie's goal prompted US celebrations after Ilya Kovalchuk missed.
US goaltender Jonathan Quick denied Kovalchuk after seven shoot-out attempts had failed to separate the two fierce rivals.
Russia captain Pavel Datsyuk had put an initially dominant Russia ahead, but Cam Fowler and Joe Pavelsky scored for the US before Datsyuk's second tied the game.
However, two of Datsyuk's three appearances in the shoot-out ended in failure as the US earned a win not as momentous as 1980's "miracle on ice" - in which an amateur US side beat the Soviet Union - but every bit as gripping to watch.