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Sheffield Wednesday come from 4-0 down to win League One play-off semi-final in insane scenes

Sheffield Wednesday come from 4-0 down to win League One play-off semi-final in insane scenes

Sheffield Wednesday staged an insane League One play-off semi-final second leg comeback against Peterborough United.

Sheffield Wednesday have just produced the greatest comeback in the history of the play-offs to reach the League One play-off final.

Darren Moore's side looked dead and buried after being hammered 4-0 by Peterborough United in the first leg at London Road on Friday, with

But then the magic of the play-offs happened again on Thursday evening as the Owls completely turned it around in some stunning scenes.

Goals from Michael Smith and Lee Gregory gave Wednesday hope in the first half and then it looked like it could be on the cards when Reece James struck in the 71st minute.

And in the dying embers, Wednesday found the almighty equaliser in the 98th minute through Liam Palmer - sending Hillsborough into absolute raptures.

Nobody has ever come back from four goals down in a play-off semi-final but Wednesday never stopped believing and made the impossible possible.

The game went to extra time but then Wednesday were dealt a major blow when Gregory scored at the wrong end to put Peterborough back in the lead on the stroke of half-time.

Yet the madness continued and Callum Paterson popped up with a fifth goal to make it 5-5 on aggregate in the 112th minute to prompt another eruption of celebration in South Yorkshire.

The breathtaking clash went all the way to penalties, where Wednesday prevailed 5-3 after Jack Hunt scored the winner in front of the Kop.

Dan Butler missed the crucial spot-kick for Posh and now Wednesday will play the winner of Barnsley and Bolton at Wembley.

The limbs were simply incredible, as fans invaded the pitch and 'que sera, sera' was belted out.

Wednesday fans will travel in their thousands to the national stadium on Monday 29 May as their team vies to return to the Championship after suffering relegation two seasons ago.

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Topics: Sheffield Wednesday, EFL Championship