It's an all Premier League affair in the Carling Cup Final after Tottenham Hotspur came back from the brink against Burnley at Turf Moor.

Despite leading 4-1 from the first leg, Harry Redknapp's side were three minutes away from going out of the competition as the Claret's led 3-0 on the night and with the away goal under their belts they looked the likely heroes.

Robbie Blake fired the home side ahead in the first half, with a terrific free kick before Chris McCann made it 2-0 to give Owen Coyle's side hope. Second half substitute Jay Rodriguez, who scored the winner against Fulham in an earlier round, completed the unlikely comeback with just two minutes of normal time remaining to send the game into extra time.

With minutes to go the fans were dreaming of Wembley but Roman Pavlyuchenko had other ideas. The Russian fired home on 118 minutes to keep up his record of scoring in every round of the competition and there was still time for Jermain Defoe to make sure of the win, sending Spurs through 6-4 on aggregate.

It is the first time in the Club's history that they have reached successive finals in the competition and now they will be desperate to repeat last season's feat, when they meet Manchester United in a domestic final for the first time ever.

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