- England finish conspicuous quip to win initial U-17 World Cup title
- Spain raced out to an initial two-goal lead in Kolkata
- Five unanswered goals led a Three Lions to victory
England came from dual goals down to better European champions Spain 5-2 and win their first-ever FIFA U-17 World Cup pretension in front of 66,684 during a Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan Stadium in Kolkata, India, on Saturday.
In what was a pulsating final competition during India 2017, Spain raced out to a two-goal lead by a prop from Sergio Gomez. The Barcelona youngster non-stop a scoring only 10 mins in, nodding home in front of England goalkeeper Curtis Anderson after Juan Mirandaâ€™s cranky from a left struck Cesar Gelabert and bounced goalwards. Gomezâ€™s second idea only after a half-hour symbol was a excellent strike from tighten range, with Gelabert and captain Abel Ruiz concerned in a build-up.
Undeterred, England fought behind to measure 5 unanswered goals. They halved a necessity only before half-time by Brewsterâ€™s tournament-leading eighth goal. The Liverpool striker headed home Steven Sessegnonâ€™s excellent cranky from a right.
Sessegnonâ€™s eagerness to get brazen and support a England conflict drew them turn only before a hour mark, as his low cranky found an unmarked Morgan Gibbs White to make it 2-2. The Young Lions afterwards took a lead by Philip Fodenâ€™s second idea of a contest on 69 minutes, as he converted Callum Hudson-Odoiâ€™s run and cross.
Any hopes of a Spain quip finished on 84 minutes, as Marc Guehi finished off a Hudson-Odoi free-kick for Englandâ€™s fourth before Foden raced in on a renew for his second of a compare in a late stages. Englandâ€™s win follows a U-20â€™s success during Korea Republic 2017 progressing this year.
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