Manchester City's domination of the Carabao Cup is over after West Ham became the first team to beat them in the competition in five years.
Pep Guardiola's side were held to a goalless draw across 90 minutes with the visitors unable to seriously test the home goalkeeper, and then Phil Foden's miss at the start of the shootout was enough to send City crashing out.
If there was very little action on the pitch with few chances created at either end, there was still plenty of interest around the game from the moment the players arrived at the stadium through to the end of the night when West Ham fans could be heard singing outside the ground as the post-match press conferences were conducted inside.
Here are a few moments from a City perspective that might have been missed in the performance and result.
Fernandinho steps up
Phil Foden had to endure the lonely trudge back to the centre-circle after screwing City's first penalty of the shootout wide of the goal.
Before he could reach the rest of his teammates, up strode Fernandinho to offer him some encouraging support and welcome him back into the fold.
City's veteran midfielder may not be able to produce the midfield masterclasses at the moment that he once did with ease, but his role as club captain is undisputed and he showed that again at West Ham.
Grealish in demand
The quirk of wanting the shirts of players seems more apparent after a year in which supporters weren't allowed to attend games, and such were the cries from the seats above the tunnel that Jack Grealish threw his training top to a lucky youngsters before the game had even kicked off.
Dad and lad were proud as punch posing with the official gear, while Grealish will need to fork out for some more kit.
He proved his value in the shootout though, holding his nerve to fire home when a miss would have put City out.
Fifth penalty taker
West Ham went first in the shootout and Foden's miss meant that City only took four penalties, but one of the players that would have been expected to take on for Guardiola's team still missed out; neither Ilkay Gundogan nor Raheem Sterling stepped up to the spot when they were some of City's best options left on the pitch.
Sterling is struggling for form while Gundogan is only just back from injury, but it was still curious not to see either if not both of them take responsibility.
The sizable away contingent at the London Stadium was in two tiers, stretching from the pitch to the top tier behind the goal.
From singing their support for beleaguered United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to chanting for fan favourite Pablo Zabaleta - who moved from City to West Ham - there were plenty of songs cycled through over the course of the evening. Often, there were different songs in each tier too as they bounced off each other.
They may not have had much to cheer about on the pitch but they still made themselves heard.