BOBBY Zamora fired Fulham to a historic win in Wolfsburg to seal their spot in the Europa League semi-finals.
The former West Ham frontman gave the visitors a dream start inside 21 seconds to bag the only goal of the game in Germany.
Chris Baird's long ball forward was flicked on by Damien Duff to Zoltan Gera. The Hungarian slipped the ball through to Zamora, who turned his marker before slotting the ball in the bottom corner to put the visitors 3-1 up on aggregate.
However, the hosts thought they had equalised on the night when Libano Batista Grafite turned the ball in from close-range after Mark Schwarzer had saved Andrea Barzagli's shot, only to be denied by the linesman's flag.
Wolfburg improved after the interval, but Zamora and Simon Davies had chances to wrap up the tie for Fulham but Diego Benaglio came to Wolfsburg's rescue.
It was Fulham's turn to have a goal chalked off for offside when Zamora's header was ruled out, while Danny Murphy had a goal-bound effort blocked on the line.
Roy Hodgson's side had a let off late on when they were saved by the post and then Brede Hangeland from Grafite's effort, but they held on for a historic win.