Succeeded in securing the 5th position in the England League One Division, Sunderland as of today has returned to the Championship for the first time in 4-years through League Playoffs [between the 3rd - 6th placed teams] after putting on a good show against Wycombe Wanderers, seconding Wigan Athletic and Rotterdam United to the higher division.
Recordings such idea of experience they had years ago in the Champions, 'The Black Cats' pulled a staggering performance, strikes twice past Wycombe Wanderers to earn the third spot for promotion after defeating Sheffield United on 2-1 aggregates in the semifinals.
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On neutral ground, Sunderland winger Elliot Embleton hopped on the first goal as a token to greater height after 12-minutes into play which held 'the Black Cats' to the 79th minute as teammate Ross Stewart doubled down the steam courtesy of Alex Pritchard.
It was a heartfelt momentum for new boss Alex Neil and his comrades clocking their expectations in 49 league appearances.
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