By Jake Sanders
SID Nelson's Tranmere Rovers are on their way to Wembley after they beat Forest Green Rovers last night to reach the League Two play-off final.
The Whites won 1-0 at Prenton Park on Friday night, but quickly had their first-leg advantage wiped out when captain Joseph Mills headed Forest Green ahead on the night and level on aggregate in the 12th minute.
But James Norwood's 32nd goal of the season put Tranmere back in front on aggregate (2-1) and the Merseysiders – helped by Carl Winchester's second-half red card – held on to reach their third play-off final in succession.
Premier League referee and Tranmere supporter Mike Dean was spotted celebrating among the travelling fans at full-time, whilst Ben Thompson and former Millwall striker Alfie Pavey were there supporting Nelson, who played 90 minutes in the game.
🎉🏟 – MIKE DEAN AND TRANMERE ARE HEADING TO WEMBLEY!
The Premier League referee cannot hide his excitement at The New Lawn as his side secure their place in the play-off final! 🔥 pic.twitter.com/ZCrOur7xbn
— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) May 13, 2019
Rovers will play Newport County for a place in League One at Wembley on Saturday 25th May.