Victor Moses was a late substitute for Inter Milan as they dismantled Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0 to reach Friday night's Europa League final.
The Nigerian played the final 10 minutes in Dusseldorf, during which time Romelu Lukaku scored his second goal of the night and Inter's fifth. Moses, as was the case in Inter's victory over Bayer Leverkusen, came on at right-back.
Lukaku's strike partner Lautaro Martinez also notched a brace, with Danilo D'Ambrosio the other scorer on a comfortable night for Antonio Conte's side, who are seeking a first trophy since 2011. Three-time UEFA Cup winners in the 1990s, Inter will meet Sevilla on Friday in Cologne. It will be their 10th European final, but the first time they have met the Spanish side in competition.
For Moses, it is a chance to win the Europa League for the second time, having done so at Chelsea in 2013.
At the weekend, Danilo Pantic made his FK Cukaricki debut as they thrashed Zlatibor 5-1 away from home. Pantic played the final half-hour in which time Cukaricki, who are second in the Serbian Super League with four games played, scored once. They host Backa on Saturday.