The Spaniard equalled the record for the most saves in a Premier League match last season when he made 14 stops against Arsenal in December but he looked suspiciously jittery for Spain.
The 1-1 draw (4-3 in PKs) marks the first time Russian Federation has reached the quarterfinals of the World Cup since 1970, when it was known as the Soviet Union.
"We lost our leader", said the midfielder after the game. And then we drew Spain, I thought everything would end.
Former England centre-back Rio Ferdinand says that "Spain got what they deserved" as the 2010 world champions exited the World Cup to Russian Federation.
The penalty shootout commenced as they sat down for the reception and the soccer took centre stage with the blessing of the bride and groom.
Samsung updates its stylish Frame TVs with more features and artwork
The Frame 2018 is available from today in your choice of 55-inch or 65-inch sizes priced at $1,999 and $2,799, respectively. The Frame TV 2018 also offers a series of flagship features you'd associate with Samsung's high-end sets.
Ofcom receives 650 complaints over distressing Love Island episode
Viewers weren't impressed by the show's attempts to upset her, either and accused producers of gaslighting her. Host Caroline Flack asked the 22-year-old how she'd feel if her boyfriend had chose to go with another girl.
Chris Froome, 4-Time Tour De France Winner, Cleared Of Doping
Froome's bid to join Hinault on a record-equalling five yellow jerseys begins in Noirmoutier on Saturday. "So be it. He will be on the starting line because the UCI and WADA finally gave an answer".
There is no denying that De Gea is one of the greatest goalkeepers in the world and his consistent feats of brilliance between the sticks of Manchester United over the years have placed him as the very best in the eyes of several supporters.
Sunday's defeat ended Andres Iniesta's Spain career.
Spain has now failed to win a knockout game at three major tournaments since it won Euro 2012, its third straight major title after Euro 2008 and the 2010 World Cup.
Spain was more urgent in extra time after being too passive for 90 minutes.
With only 12 minutes on the clock, Spain opened the scoring courtesy of an own goal from Sergei Ignashevich.
He was named "Man of the Match" in both the World Cup and European Champions final two years later, reaffirming to the world how important he was to Spain's successes.