The Cyclops is stabbed in the eye by Odysseus and his men.
Odysseus and his men try hiding under the sheep to escape.
Polyphemus sends a prayer to his father, Poseidon.
So with our brand we bored that great eye socket while blood ran out around the red hot bar. Eyelid and lash were seared; the pierced ball hissed broiling, and the roots popped.(Homer 380)
Three abreast I tied them silently together, twining cords of willow from the ogre's bed; then slung a man under each middle one to ride there safely, shielded left and right.(Homer 381)
O hear me, lord, blue girdler of the islands, if i am thine indeed, and thou art father: grant that odysseus, raider of cities, never see his home: Laertes son, I mean, who kept his hall on Ithaca.(Polyphemus 385)