Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson scored from the spot as Derby County came from behind to beat Leeds United and reach the play-off final, as reported by the Echo.
Frank Lampard’s side were 1-0 down from the first leg going into the match and trailed midway through the first half when Stuart Dallas made it 2-0 on aggregate.
However, two Derby goals either side of half-time from Jack Marriott and Mason Mount turned the tide in the Rams’ favour.
Then, on 58 minutes, Wilson scored a pressure penalty to add to put Derby firmly in the driving seat.
The Welshman had the chance to add his second of the night after Leeds had gone down to 10 men but hit the post after some good work in the build-up.
But the game was put beyond doubt when Marriott added his second to seal the win and send Derby to Wembley, where the will face Aston Villa in the most lucrative game in football.