MOTD Kickabout looks back at England's Under-17 World Cup win. Plus online superstars The Knuckleball Twins show a group of young footballers how to improve their shooting.
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in Match Of The Day Kickabout.
Morning, footy fans.
What a week it has been
for England's young ones
with that fantastic World Cup win.
More on that in just a moment.
It's also been a busy
week with goals in
the Women's Super League
and action in Europe.
Plus there's plenty to look
forward to this weekend
including all of this
on today's show.
The Knuckleball twins offer these
players and you lot at home top tips
on how to hit the target every time.
We celebrate your footy
achievements and super skills.
And there's top analysis
and goals as we look ahead
to the weekend's
Premier League fixtures.
So, loads coming up but let's kick
things off first with
this week's headline hitters.
Check this out for
a very strange way to
concede a pen.
Jordan Garden launched his
head to the opposition's feet
in an attempt to clear the ball.
They went on to lose 1-0.
In the Women's Super
League, Man City and Chelsea both
preserved their 100% league records.
Chelsea thrashed Yeovil to stay top.
They have scored 52 goals now
in their last 12 league games.
Whilst City came from behind to beat
two stoppage time goals.
Elsewhere, Liverpool's Natasha
Harding scored a hat-trick
against Sunderland and even though
they lost, shout out to Lucy
Staniforth and this amazing strike.
There were some fantastic results
for English football in Europe.
Their stand out being Tottenham's
unbelievable 3-1 win against holders
Aguero became City's all-time
top goal-scorer as they
beat Napoli 4-2.
Man United won 2-0,
and Liverpool put three past
However, Chelsea became the first
English team to lose a
Champions League game this season
as they were thrashed 3-0.
In the Europa League,
Arsenal reached the
despite a goalless draw.
But ten man Everton were knocked out
with a feat at Lyon.
And from one major tournament
to another, what a sensational
performance from England to come
from 2-0 down to thrash Spain 5-2
and win the under 17s World Cup.
from everyone here at Kickabout.
It really was a game
that rose to the occasion.
Goals galore, top performances
and plenty of drama.
But don't just take my word for it.
Let's take a look back.
is looking to cut it back.
Which he did!
And then touched by Sergio Gomez.
England look for the flag,
it didn't arise.
And the Barcelona player has given
Spain lead inside the first
Here he is.
He's still got it across.
Sergio Gomez again.
And England are two down
in the World Cup final.
Oh, it's him again!
Rhian Brewster to get
one back for England.
The Liverpool striker with his
eighth goal of this under 17
Foden wants more.
Beautifully weighted pass.
And there is Gibbs-White!
And this is game on in
the World Cup final.
And what a pass from Foden.
Fantastic cross into that
six yard box and he
Still plenty in his tack,
can he get it across?
He can, to Foden!
England in front for
the first time in the final.
Manchester City's Phil Foden!
From two down,
they lead 3-2.
What an absolutely brilliant
bowl into the box that was.
Fantastic that Phil Foden's got it,
he has been an absolute hero
for England down that
right hand side.
It's off the line by Sessegnon.
Headed back, can they finish it off?
The Chelsea defender
with the goal that might well win
the under 17 World Cup for England!
Foden's on, can it get
even better for England?
Oh, the party can begin now.
Two for Foden, five for England.
And an under 17
World Cup for England.
And an under 17
World Cup for England.
And an under 17
World Cup for England.
Amazing finish, and to be 2-0
down, I can't emphasise
what an amazing comeback
this is for England.
What a win and keep an eye out
for some of those boys as
ones to watch.
I have no doubt the likes of
Rhian Brewster and Phil Foden will
be lighting up the Premier
League very soon.
I hope seeing England's
youngsters pull off that win
inspires you at home.
It just shows what you can
achieve with hard work
and a great team mentality.
And who knows?
We might have some future World Cup
stars amongst this next
lot of footballers, too.
Here's a free kick by Samuel over
the garden chairs, leaving his
brother Oscar rooted to the spot.
the ball into the net.
He loves Ronaldo, Arsenal and
watching Kickabout every Saturday.
And look at this.
Straight over the head
and into the bin.
Spurs fan Jack tells us it took
him 20 goes to get this in.
Worth the practice, though.
Well done, Jack.
Well done, Jack.
And Spurs are flying
high after that midweek
win over Madrid going
into the game tomorrow.
Pochettino's men have
won their last four Premier
League matches against Palace,
so he's going to be tough
for the Eagles.
Elsewhere, expect a three pointer
at the London Stadium as we
have never had a draw
there between West Ham
and Liverpool in the last 12
Premier League meetings.
And there are two
massive games between
Manchester and London clubs.
Top of the table City
host the Gunners
whilst Mourinho's men
travel to Chelsea.
The game at Stamford Bridge is huge.
United can't afford to let the gap
at the top wide and between
them and City, whilst champions
Chelsea already have a lot of work
to do if they are to
retain their title.
They will need a great
game from this man.
Hazard is so skilful.
With the ability to produce
match-winning moments like this
against Arsenal last season.
He shows immense strength
and determination to struggle off
Coquelin, before using his pace
and agility to run at Koscielny,
who gets turned inside out.
And then the finish is world-class.
Mourinho knows the threat Hazard
opposes, but in last
year's fixture at Old Trafford,
he got his tactics spot on
to keep Chelsea's
number ten out of the
And that was thanks
to Ander Herrera.
It was Herrera's job to man mark the
Belgian and he never gave him
a second to breathe on the ball.
Look at this.
He's constantly by Hazard's side,
following him around the pitch
and then when Hazard
gets the ball, Herrera
is putting his body
line to win it back.
The Spaniard hasn't been
at his best so far this
season but I expect Mourinho
to use him to man mark Hazard again
in tomorrow's game.
Sticking with the Reds,
I think this man could be
their biggest threat today.
He was the matchwinner against Spurs
and I have been very
impressed with him
so far this season.
The Frenchman is at his best
when he's playing with and taking on
players as he showed us a couple
of seasons ago on his debut.
Here he is in a central
position but he
makes a very clever diagonal run out
wide and in doing so, drags
out of position.
He has now created a one-on-one
situation where he can
use his pace and skill
to run at the defender
before a very cool finish.
If Martial starts, it's important
that Chelsea defender
Azpilicueta is on top of his game.
For me, the Spaniard has overtaken
Cahill and Louise to become the main
man in defence.
He can do everything.
He reads the game very well,
he is very assured ball and
difficult to beat in one-on-ones,
as you can see here.
But who will come out on top
tomorrow - London or
We will have to wait and see.
One result I can reveal between
the two, though, is lastly's Top
We asked you to choose
between the goals from
Man United and City
or Arsenal and Chelsea.
So let's find out
who came out on top.
worked, great goal.
What a finish that is!
He's seen the Spaniard...
Back to Martial.
What a devastating break.
And this one's taken!
Is goals like that keep coming this
season, it will be an epic battle
for the top spot between the
Manchester clubs. If you had online
again after the show, there are two
the options to choose from. Next
week, we are looking ahead to two of
the big two trimmers, the FA Cup and
the World Cup starts we are asking
you to choose your favourite. Would
you rather see World Cup wonder
strikes or FA Cup screamers? The
choice is yours. Had online today
Kickabout website to cast your vote.
You have until 9am on Wednesday the
eighth November and we will reveal
the winner on next week's show.
Goals like that take plenty of
skill, you need to be sharp,
accurate and confident to score. So
how do you make sure your finishing
is top-notch? Look no further than
these guys for some top tips.
much they Kickabout. We are the
Knuckleball twins today, we're doing
another two masterclass will stop
are here at the merciful bulk up to
date, it is all about shooting.
My favourite shooter in the Premier
League is probably Tory because he
looks the ball really high with his
side foot and exit personally ska
track -- aims it perfectly.
favourite shooter is Aguero. He uses
techniques to shoot the ball like
furnaces and power.
That is absolutely minutes.
favourite is Chris Jericho the
because he gets it spot on nearly
every time stop -- Cristiano
Alexis Sanchez because he's
really quick and he has a really
powerful shot, which the keeper
can't save and he can shoot from
COMMENTATOR: An absolute
So we're going to teach
these guys the two touch
challenge... Three simple steps for
you guys. Step one, make sure your
body lying would is open and you are
receiving the ball and make sure
your anger. Step two, make sure your
first touch is nice and positive,
give yourself enough space to
approach the ball and strike
cleanly. Step three, the strike
itself. If you want to go for power,
we would recommend using the latest
part of your bit, you want to go for
finesse, use the inside part of your
bit. -- of your boot. Let's go!
We have seen some unbelievable
shooting from these guys. We are
And we know you guys
at home and do the same. Send us
your best goal so we can check them
Some great advice there to improve
your goal scoring technique. Thanks,
lads. One Kickabouter who clearly
already has some top skills is West
Ham fan Hannah as she won player of
the week in her first game for
inter-sports SC. He is a sash at the
MX with his favourite Brighton they
are Duff iPlayer and do not hurt.
Jacob, James and Seamus all played
for Stockport Vikings and their
loved training together every
Saturday morning. And finally, check
out Brothers Jude and look it with a
man in the match trophy they both
won on the same day playing for
Westwood Windows development team.
Loading, boys. -- well done, boys.
Fantastic work. We love seeing your
achievements and your fantastic
footage pictures. That is all we
have time for today but don't miss
next week's show as we go behind the
scenes of BBC sport at the FA Cup
and catch up with the England team
MOTD Kickabout looks back at England's sensational Under-17 World Cup win. Plus online superstars The Knuckleball Twins show a group of young footballers how to improve their shooting in front of goal, with plenty of top tips for viewers too!