Glasgow City reached the Women’s Champions League final 32 after beating Valur 4-Three on penalties in Reykjavik.
Leanne Crichton fired City forward from shut vary within the second half after Jenna Clark had headed down Hayley Lauder’s free-kick.
But Mist Edvardsdottir scrambled in an equaliser to pressure extra-time.
It took 12 spot-kicks within the shootout to separate the perimeters with Gunnhildur Jonsdottir firing broad after Zaneta Wyne transformed for Glasgow.
“It just shows the spirit of the players,” mentioned head coach Scott Booth.
“The whole squad are so unified at the moment, all delighted for each other.
“In a one-off recreation, you simply wish to recover from the road and we have managed to try this once more.
“With this, we’ve had a great start to the season, the players are buzzing. Bring it on in terms of domestic football and let’s see who we get in the last 32.”
Iceland striker Hlin Eiriksdottir troubled the City defence early on after staying onside to latch on to an extended ball, her eventual shot deflecting broad.
Glasgow settled into the sport and threatened on 14 minutes when Kirsty Howat missed her kick with an tried volley however acquired the break of the ball and drilled broad, with Nicole Robertson unable to make contact to divert the shot in.
And Robertson went very shut when she met Wyne’s excellent cross from the left. When Howat did hit the goal moments later, goalkeeper Sandra Siguroardottir was equal to the shot.
The half-time interval didn’t interrupt City’s rhythm and Lauder’s inswinging free-kick from the fitting was knocked down by Clark for Scotland midfielder Crichton to smash excessive previous Siguroardottir.
Valur, who final 12 months received their first Icelandic league title in 9 years, wanted a response however Asdis Karen Halldorsdottir couldn’t get sufficient buy on her header to bother Lee Alexander and Jonsdottir despatched a long-range shot narrowly broad.
Another effort from Crichton gave the impression to be blocked by an arm as City sought to place the sport away however they might quickly discover themselves pegged again.
Elin Metta Jensen collided with Alexander because the goalkeeper tried to clear and Halldorsdottir collected the unfastened ball earlier than crossing to Hallbera Guony Gisladottir, whose header was hacked clear by Jo Love.
But when Gisladottir’s nook was pushed out by Alexander, Edvardsdottir squeezed the ball over the road.
In extra-time, Jensen examined Alexander and Halldorsdottir’s shot was deflected out however Glasgow prevailed within the shootout to make it 10 Champions League last-32 appearances in a row.