Napoli produced another mesmerising display of football to waltz past Eintracht Frankfurt and into the Champions League quarter-finals for the first in club history.
Having ridden their luck somewhat in the opening half, the visitors finally capitulated on the stroke of half time when Victor Osimhen rose majestically to head Matteo Politano's pinpoint delivery into the top corner.
After the break, the Nigerian was again in the right place to turn Giovanni Di Lorenzo's low cross into the net after a beautifully worked team move.
Piotr Zielinksi added a third on the night – to make it 5-0 on aggregate – midway through the half when he won and converted a spot kick.
And so Luciano Spalletti's troops continue to rewrite Napoli history by taking their place in Friday's quarter-final draw. They're earned their place among Europe's best eight teams in style, winning seven of their eight Champions League matches so far and scoring 25 goals in the process.
Long may the journey continue!
Napoli 3-0 Eintracht Frankfurt (HT 1-0) (agg. 5-0)
Scorers: Osimhen 45+2, 53, Zielinski 64 (pen).
NAPOLI: Meret; Di Lorenzo, Rrahmani, Kim (Juan Jesus 66), Mario Rui, Anguissa, Lobotka, Zielinski (Ndombele 74), Politano (Lozano 66), Kvaratskhelia (Elmas 74), Osimhen (Simeone 81).
EINTRACHT (3-4-2-1): Trapp; Tuta, Buta, Ndicka, Knauff (Alidou 62), Rode (Jakic 74), Sow, Lenz (Max 67), Gotze, Kamada, Borre.
Referee: Taylor (England).
Booked: Ndicka, Lenz, Goetze.