This is one of those mornings where you just want to go out and buy all the papers. The best bits from all the reports are here:

Jamie Jackson, The Guardian:

Fulham, perhaps to their surprise, were being yielded time and space to operate in when they had possession. Murphy was often the pivot, moving the ball wide to Simon Davies and Damien Duff, each of whom could glance up to see Gera drop off a marker to offer himself.

This was how Fulham closed the opening half; in control and walking off to chat with Hodgson, conscious their hosts now required three unanswered goals to win the tie before extra-time.

The Irish Times:

Roy Hodgson’s remarkable team will play a 55th match of the season on Sunday against Liverpool, who might just be meeting them in the May final of this competition.

The German pop presaging the teams’ entrance had barely been dialled down when Fulham had one of the best possible starts.

Twenty-two seconds was all Hodgson’s team required for Bobby Zamora to score an eighth goal of this campaign.

Damien Duff rose for a header in midfield and, though he made no contact, it was enough for the ball to fall to Zoltan Gera. His reverse pass found Zamora spinning away from the inside-right channel, before the left-foot finish was stroked easily beyond Diego Benaglio for surely one of European club football’s quickest goals.

Gideon Brooks, Daily Express:

You would have got long odds at the start of the season on Fulham reaching the final of the Europa League and Bobby Zamora making England’s World Cup squad. But both moved another step closer to reality last night.

Zamora’s first-minute goal, the 16th of a personal campaign that continues to defy even the most firmly entrenched critics from last season, was enough for his club to add Wolfsburg to a growing list of slain giants.

And only a fool, or perhaps a Liverpool supporter given they too landed in the other semi-final, would bet big money on Zamora and his team-mates not returning here to Germany for the final in May.

Paul Hirst, The Independent:

Hodgson had stressed the need to pressure Wolfsburg early on and his side obliged by taking the lead after just 21 seconds. Gera laid the ball off to Zamora, who performed a clever turn to shrug off Jan Simunek on the edge of the box and beat goalkeeper Diego Benaglio with a calm finish.

Tom Dart, The Times:

Hodgson’s side, again, were so sound it was spectacular. Typical Fulham.