For the first time since the 2006/07 season, there could be no Spanish representatives in the semi-finals of the Champions League.
Since the competition returned in August, Real Madrid have fallen at the last 16 and Atletico Madrid at the quarter-final stage.
Barcelona are the only Spanish club left in the Champions League – they face Bayern Munich in their last eight tie on Friday night.
The last time there were no Spanish teams in the last four was 13 years ago, when Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Milan competed for a place in the final.
Spanish sides in Champions League semi finals
2010-11: Barcelona and Real Madrid
2011-12: Barcelona and Real Madrid
2012-13: Barcelona and Real Madrid
2013-14: Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid
2014-15: Barcelona and Real Madrid
2015-16: Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid
2016-17: Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid
2017-18: Real Madrid
Not including this season, Spain has produced more semi-finalists than any other nation in the Champions League since 2007/08 with 19, with England second on 13.
Then come Germany on nine, Inter on four and France and the Netherlands on one each.
As for individual clubs, Barcelona and Real Madrid have reached the semi-finals more times than anyone else since 2007/08, on eight occasions each.