Fulham boss Jokanovic, Mitrovic celebrate Sessegnon after playoff win

Fulham boss Jokanovic, Mitrovic celebrate Sessegnon after playoff win

They meet at Villa Park on Tuesday night and Villa lead 1-0 from the first leg.

It won't be easy, and we could envisage them needing to grind out a nervy draw and rely on some more penalty box defending late on, as they did in the first leg, if they're to get it done.

Second half goals from Ryan Sessegnon and Denis Odoi earned Fulham the victory as they seek a return to the Premier League which they were relegated from in 2014.

Fulham will be making it to Wembley for the first time in 43 years, where the face the victor of the game between Aston Villa and Middlesborough.

Sessegnon's early effort had Rams goalkeeper Scott Carson at full stretch before Aleksandar Mitrovic went close as he turned Curtis Davies and fizzed his shot just wide of the post.

Slavisa Jokanovic's side - beaten play-off semi-finalists last season - will play either Aston Villa or Middlesbrough in the final on Saturday, 26 May.

'Hopefully we'll get to the Premier League'.

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The onslaught continued and 19 minutes later the hosts found the goal that put Wembley in sight when Odoi climbed highest from a corner to head home into the far corner.

'(Scoring the first goal was) very special.

"To get to half-time at 0-0, we felt that we had to step out a bit more and be more proactive".

"This club needs this kind of happiness", said Jokanovic, "After 43 years we will play at Wembley and it is an important achievement for us".

That's good enough for us, then, and we'll make that our sole position tonight and hope things stay tight at the Cottage on a balmy night in London. "We didn't do the same in the second leg but did but I think our composure let us down tonight".

And the Fulham boss said: "I'm not Santa Claus, I am a football coach, and I don't give any of my players presents".

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