Andy Murray has expressed his delight after he and his brother Jamie saw off Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth of the Australia in the Davis Cup.
Great Britain are one win away from the final following the Scottish duo's 4-6 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-4 victory, and the world number three has declared that the siblings "stuck together like brothers" throughout the contest.
"It was an incredible match, to come back from the disappointment of losing the fourth set," BBC Sport quotes Murray as saying.
"We kept creating chances, we stuck together like brothers should and managed to come up with enough good returns.
"We had to keep the energy up at the beginning of the fifth set - it was important for us to get a good start."
Britain will compete in the final if Andy Murray beats Australian number one Bernard Tomic in Sunday's opening reverse singles match.