Borussia Dortmund has made a remarkable return to the UEFA Champions League semifinals for the first time in 11 years following a sensational 4-2 victory over Atletico Madrid on Tuesday.

Entering the match trailing 2-1 on aggregate, Dortmund seized control of the tie for the first time as Julian Brandt and Ian Maatsen’s goals in the first half propelled Edin Terzic’s side into a two-goal lead.

However, a tactical masterstroke from Atletico’s manager Diego Simeone, who made a triple substitution at half-time, swiftly shifted the momentum. A Mats Hummels own goal and a powerful strike from Angel Correa saw Atletico reclaim the lead in the tie.

Yet, Dortmund’s resilience shone through as they quickly regained control of the match. Niclas Fullkrug’s expertly placed header and Marcel Sabitzer’s clinical finish propelled Dortmund back into the lead, securing their spot in the semifinals.

With their victory, Dortmund sets up a tantalizing clash against Paris Saint-Germain in the semifinals, as Luis Enrique’s side secured a dramatic comeback win against Barcelona to advance.