Sevilla eliminated world champions Barcelona from the Spanish King's Cup despite losing 1-0 Wednesday at home to the Catalans.
Sevilla go into the quarter-finals on the away goals rule, after a 2-2 aggregate result, having won 2-1 January 5 in Barcelona.
"I think that we deserved to go through," said Sevilla midfielder Renato. "(Barcelona) are an excellent team, but we worked really hard in both matches."
In the quarter-finals, Sevilla will face Deportivo Coruna, who drew 2-2 with Valencia and go through on a 4-3 aggregate result.
Nikola Zigic scored twice for Valencia in the first half, but Deportivo managed to go through thanks to second-half goals from Filipe Luis and Juan Rodriguez.
In Wednesday's other third-round ties, Racing Santander went through on a 3-2 aggregate against third-division Alcorcon, while Getafe cruised through 6-3 against Malaga and Osasuna snuck past Hercules on the away-goals rule.
On Tuesday, second-division Celta Vigo edged out Villarreal.