Final: England v Spain U17 World Cup 2017


Final: England v Spain

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This is uncharted territory for the

Young Lions of England. It is Brazil

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against England for a place in the

World Cup final. Opportunity for

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Brewster! In the second time. Rhian

Bruce done to give England the lead

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inside ten minutes. Paulinho! Wesley

trying to get the rebound and he

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has. Sessegnon on the overlap.

Brewster is waiting. Brewster.

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England back in front. Brewster!

Another England hat-trick! England

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under 17s are through to their

first-ever World Cup final.

Hello

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and welcome. England are potentially

90 minutes away from claiming a

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second World Cup title in 2017,

after that thrilling win over

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Brazil, the under 17s face Spain in

the World Cup final in Kolkata.

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Kick-off in India is less than ten

minutes away and we will have the

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whole game live. Joining us for this

one, former England defender Danny

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Mills and Paul Simpson, who had the

honour of coaching England under 20s

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to their World Cup win in June.

Thank you for joining us. Paul, that

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was England's first World Cup in 51

years. The under 17s have just

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beaten the tournament favourites,

Brazil, how highly do you rate them?

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These are a fantastic group of

players, real talented individuals,

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they've got a great work ethic

amongst the group and you know, the

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other thing that impressed me, I

spent a couple of days with them

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last July and they are really good

lads as well. They are very

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determined and focused on what they

want to do and hopefully they can go

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this final step the -- this

afternoon.

You can see the team

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ethic. It's been an unprecedented

-year-old successful England's youth

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teams and when you think of the work

that goes on behind the scenes, it

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is no accident.

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that goes on behind the scenes, it

is no accident.

It's not and this

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has been coming for some time. This

plan was put together several years

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ago, to get the England national

teams at lower level, St George's

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Park has been a huge part of that

but playing all the way through,

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getting ready for tournaments. At

the top level, we have always failed

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which is because we have not taken

tournaments at youth level

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which is because we have not taken

tournaments at youth level seriously

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up until the last for five years.

Obviously, with Paul's success last

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year, what an unbelievable

achievement but it gives everybody

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huge inspiration to go on and mimic

it.

Paul, you were talking about the

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team and there has been so many key

players but certainly a couple of

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standouts, particularly Manchester

City's Philip Foden and Liverpool's

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Rhiannon Brewster, two players who

have got everyone talking, not least

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their bestie managers, Pep Guardiola

and Jurgen Klopp, raving about them.

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their bestie managers, Pep Guardiola

and Jurgen Klopp, raving about them.

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-- their first team managers.

They

have shown they can go to the

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highest level.

Philip Foden has

great balance and ability and a

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wonderful left foot and he is

creative, plays with a smile on his

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face, and Rhian Bruce star, he is a

natural goal-scorer. I've watched

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him a couple of times in Liverpool's

under 23s and you look at his

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goal-scoring form in this

competition, it has been excellent,

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this is not just a coincidence that

he is in that position, he's in a

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great position and when you've got

people like Foden creating, showing

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little bits of skill like this where

he can go past players with ease,

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he's got a great chance of getting

goals.

Absolutely fantastic, the

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pair of them. We are moments away

from kick off. Time to hand you over

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to the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata

for the final of the under 17 World

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Cup, your commentary team is former

England winger Trevor Sinclair and

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Steve Bower.

COMMENTATOR: Welcome along. What a

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day, one game from glory, the

biggest day in these teenagers'

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lives. Hardly speak in the stadium

to be had as well. The rematch of

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what, as recently as June, was the

final of the European Championships,

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is now the World Cup final.

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Those nerves will be jangling and

they will only increase after the

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playing of the two national anthems.

Ladies and gentlemen, please stand

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for the national anthem of England.

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# God save our gracious Queen

Long live our noble Queen

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# God save the Queen

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# Send her victorious

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# Happy and glorious

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# Long to reign over us

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# God save the Queen. #

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APPLAUSE

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And now the national anthem of

Spain.

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MUSIC: Marcha Real.

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APPLAUSE

Wonderful atmosphere as well, over

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60,000 inside the stadium in

Kolkata. Spain, the reigning

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European champions, only after that

penalty shoot out victory over

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England in the Croatian government

in the summer. -- Croatian

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tournament. England have seven from

the final in the starting XI today,

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the same team that started and beat

Brazil in the semifinals, led of

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course by the man getting all the

personal headlines, Rhiannon

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Brewster of Liverpool, -- Rhian

Bruce. . Seven goals so far. He in

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line for personal glory would be

Golden Boot as well. That will be

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more sweet if he can help it into

the World Cup finals. Spain include

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four players from Barcelona, four

from Real Madrid but all eyes and

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all the talk is Abel Ruiz, the

centre forward and captain wearing

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number nine of Barcelona, only one

short of Brewster with six goals in

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the tournament, the only man who can

deny him that accolade is already a

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regular in Barcelona's B team.

Plenty of options for both teams

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from the bench. Just a mention of

Jadon Sancho who played in the first

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three games of the competition for

England, left Manchester City for

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Borussia Dortmund, scored three

goals as well before rather

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controversially, Dortmund recalled

him out of the tournament and gave

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him his full Bundesliga debut last

weekend. But England have managed

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brilliantly without him and I am

sure he will be watching from

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Germany today to see if these young

Lions can complete the job.

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Latibeaudiere, there, the England

captain, one of the players who

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missed the spot kick in the European

final, meeting today's reverie, who

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is from Paraguay Henrique Caceres.

And the opposing captain, he will be

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marking, who scored in the final in

Croatia, Abel Ruiz of Barcelona.

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Spain have won the toss and they

overcame Mali in the semifinals,

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Steve Cooper looking to emulate what

studio guest Paul Simpson did with

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the under 20s in the summer, only 37

years old, appointed to this age

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group in July 2000 15. Santiago

Denia, the Spanish coach, looking to

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be the first-ever European coach to

win the European and World Cups in

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the same year. Trevor Sinclair

watched the semifinal with me. We

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were excited by that. What are you

expecting today?

I'm really excited,

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I've got to say, the performance

that England put in against Brazil

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in the semifinal was absolutely

outstanding and they did not put a

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foot wrong. I think they have got to

keep their emotions out of it, take

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the experience from losing the

European final against Spain, try to

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take the positives from that game,

and maybe a bit of revenge has got

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to be on the cards.

The final few

words of encouragement in the

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huddle. England's fourth major youth

final of the calendar year. Will

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there be more celebration?

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It is one of those

once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for

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these teenagers. Can England grab it

with both hands? There will be a new

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name on this World Cup trophy today.

Will it be England's? And can they

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do what they so narrowly failed to

do in the summer in the final of the

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Euros in Croatia and overcome Spain,

who incidentally, unlike England,

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have been beaten in this tournament,

on their road to the final by Brazil

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in the opening group match, 2-1, who

of course, England swept aside in

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the semifinals. England come to be

got through their group against

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Chile place-macro, Mexico and Iraq

and then needed a penalty shoot out

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win, yes, a win, against Japan. Then

they beat the USA and Brazil. The

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first opportunity, Brewster, what a

start this could be! Gibbs-White's

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effort kept out by Alvaro Fernandez

in the Spain goal.

Brilliant move

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from England, very patient from the

back, waiting for the opportunity to

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miss the line-out.

Hudson-Odoi to

McEachern. Really positive start

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from England's Young Lions.

Hudson-Odoi with the skill. Shop

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from Foden, blocked.

Outstanding

start, really comfortable in

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possession, taking responsibility.

An important touch at the other end

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from Guehi because Abel Ruiz, the

main man, they know all about him,

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England, he scored against them in

the Euros final, scored six in this

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tournament he was right on the

defender's shoulder.

Putting

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pressure in the opening sections of

the game, not allowing England to

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play out easily. -- opening seconds.

Brewster, looking for Gibbs-White on

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the edge the six yard box. Cleared

by Jamie Mackie, the Spanish right

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back. What an open start. Ferran

Torres, the very highly rated young

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Valencia player. He was fouled by

Panzo.

Panzo got a bit too tight to

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him there. Looking at this move,

great manipulation of the first

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touch, good movement again from

Brewster. Just managing to get his

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shot off, good stop by the

goalkeeper but encouraging signs for

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England, similar to how they started

against Brazil.

Gibbs-White, who has

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already played 12 times in the

Wolves first team. Made that

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opportunity in the first minute of

the World Cup final for England.

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Blanco, for Spain. He was stopped by

Oakley-Boothe.

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Hudson-Odoi.

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Neatly done by Gibbs-White. Foden,

he knows he's got Sessegnon on the

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overlap. Just lacking the composure

at the all-important moment.

Great

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play again. I was really a with

Hudson-Odoi on the left-hand side in

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the three for England in the Brazil

game, coming inside, nice and

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bright, excellent pass from Phil

Foden again and just a bit sloppy

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with a cross by Sessegnon who was

really good in the last game. He

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needs to make sure he keeps that in

play and gives his forwards a chance

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to get on the end of it.

Will on's

clearance. The Spanish centre-back,

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then the England captain,

Latibeaudiere of Manchester City,

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the academy Player of the Year last

year for his club. Steve Cooper has

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said they won't change their plan

their way of playing for any team.

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He has stuck with that right way

through the tournament, 4-1, they

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beat the USA the quarterfinals. 3-1,

they beat Brazil in the semifinals

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and they have started this one in a

very positive frame of mind again.

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Yeah, Latibeaudiere was a leader in

the semifinal, you could see his

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communication and leadership skills,

making sure the defence were nice

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and tight. Leading from the back is

always a good way. I feel he did

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that well without having the

captain's armband, so excellent to

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see that from a defender.

Latibeaudiere finding Gibbs-White.

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Manchester City's Phil Foden. Under

pressure from Miranda, the Barcelona

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full-back. Barcelona and Real

Madrid, as I mentioned, providing

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eight of the Spanish starting XI.

Manchester City and Chelsea are

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avoiding seven of the England

starting XI. -- providing seven.

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Foden once more, just trying to

squeeze it through the legs of

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Miranda. Trying to find Gibbs-White.

You can already see Miranda does not

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want Foden with the ball at his

feet, he is pressing as soon as the

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ball looks like it is going anywhere

near him and there is a risk if that

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happens is that the ball could be

played in straight behind Miranda

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and Foden might beat him without the

ball.

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Panzo of Chelsea, who actually

celebrated, and what a way to

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celebrate his 17th birthday on

semifinal day. That win over Brazil.

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Foden. Miranda having to chase back

again for Spain which he did

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successfully on that occasion and

drew the foul from Foden.

Just what

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I was talking about, is Miranda gets

too far out wide, Foden will look

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for the ball inside the full-back

and beat Miranda without having to

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risk the ball. Gotzis distances

right, there, Miranda but something

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worth looking at in the rest of the

game.

They have the opportunity to

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make history, these England boys. No

team from this age group had ever

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got to semifinal, let alone the

World Cup. Spain have never won it

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either, remember. Ferran Torres of

Valencia. And the goalkeeper, Curtis

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Anderson, a second time.

Familiar

story, that, he seemed to struggle

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to catch things first time around as

the ball came in. A fizzing ball

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into the box, good skill,

manipulation of the ball again. He

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just needs to try to make that

stick, it happened quite a lot in

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the Brazil game.

Was not the man in

goal when Spain won that dramatic

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final of the Euros in the summer

which incidentally, until the sixth

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minute of stoppage time, England

were leading 2-1. And then, as it

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would do today, it went straight to

penalties and Spain were victorious.

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Nice bit of skill from Victor. Jamie

McGrigor is possessed. Sergio Gomez.

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Torres will keep this in.

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Miranda closed down by Foden,

awkward bouncing ball, but well

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gathered in the end by Anderson.

First bit of sustained pressure by

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Spain, there. They all looked very

comfortable on the ball and I think

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England have to be gather when they

don't press the ball that they don't

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get beaten too easily. At times, the

Spanish players are dropping the

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shoulder and going past the England

press. That can't happen.

A new name

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on the under 17 World Cup which will

either be Spain or England. Nigeria

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have won the last two tournaments,

in 2015, they beat Mali in the

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final, who Spain overcame in their

semifinal. Pretty comfortably, in

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the end, the Olympic champions were

beaten. Spain will certainly have

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taken note of not only in the bowled

to the final but particularly the

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game against Brazil in the

semifinal.

The performance

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especially, the shape individually

and collectively, suits the players,

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the formation and definitely the

patterns of play that England were

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able to do in the semifinal, they

will be very aware. They will have

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their homework. -- have done their

homework.

McEachern. Latibeaudiere.

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The Doncaster born player,

Manchester City's Academy Player of

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the Year last season. He suffered,

missing game time in the last 12

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months or so.

Fantastic atmosphere.

We'll give them so much

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encouragement.

The semifinal was the

biggest game of their lives and this

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is an elevation from that. It is the

first ever all European world under

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17 final, actually. Abel Ruiz. This

is Miranda, looking to cut it back.

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Which he did and then touched by

Sergio Gomez! England look for the

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flag and it did not arrive, and the

Barcelona player has given Spain the

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lead inside the first ten minutes.

It is his third goal of the

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tournament and a burst of the final.

Great play by Spain, looks onside to

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me, nothing wrong with that. Just

under the cross as the ball went in.

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I think it has got to be offside.

Number ten, Gomez, in an offside

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position, affecting the game,

affecting the ball, definitely

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putting off Curtis Anderson. I think

that is one the officials have got

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wrong. Unfortunate for England but

they've got to get on with it now,

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show the character they are made of.

Clearly offside. And he actually

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gets a touch on it as well.

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Well, England have shown bags of

character throughout this

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tournament. They knew they would

need it in the final and they

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certainly do now. Still a long time

to go and first blood to Spain.

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Sergio Gomez, who got three goals in

six games in the Euros in the

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summer, and has three in seven in

the World Cup final. Brewster for

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England. Blocked by Guillermo.

England corner.

Great emergency

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defending by Ghoulam on. He could

see the danger of Brewster on his

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right hand side, cut across the

defender, and an England call-up.

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Foden with it. An enticing one,

headed away by Torres the Spain.

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Oakley-Boothe back in. Jamie

Mackreth's clearance. -- Jese's

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limits. Torres penalised, England

free kick.

Realise the urgency of

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the situation and got his body in

the wake and won an important free

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kick for England. I think they

reacted well from conceding a goal.

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They got on the front foot, put the

ball in the box, and a shot blocked,

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great reaction from the players.

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Hudson-Odoi of Chelsea. He is going

to deliver the free kick for

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England. Looking for the

all-important touch. Well defended

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as Guehi tried to come in, but it

has come back to Hudson-Odoi. Really

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cleverly done. Oh, just a fraction

too strong. Foden. Still Foden.

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Another touch from Miranda.

Looked a

little bit naughty, that, by the

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Spanish player, standing right on

the back of Phil Foden as he was

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lying on the floor. Excellent play

by Hudson-Odoi, just a bit too high

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on the far post. Foden keeps it

alive, this little chopped, got it

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on the right, showed that in the

semifinal and just as he goes down,

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he stands on his... Bit cynical,

that, for me, lucky the officials

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didn't see it.

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There is the aforementioned Miranda

of Barcelona. Safely into the arms

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of Curtis Anderson, the Manchester

City goalkeeper who I will tell you

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before Trevor gets out of at the

Blackpool Academy.

Excellent

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starting position from Curtis

Anderson, taking the pressure off

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the back four, taking it nice and

safely on the edge of his box.

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Back from Panzo. Curtis Anderson did

not make the contact he wanted.

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Torres. That was the goal-scorer,

Sergio Gomez.

Probably worth

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mentioning in the game before

between Mali and Brazil, just

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looking at the bobbly pitch, the

game was played directly before this

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one so there might be a few bubbles,

probably not the best preparation

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for the World Cup final.

That is a

strange decision by Fifa, having the

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third-place play-off directly before

this game on the same pitch, which

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Brazil won, the team beaten by

England in the semifinals.

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Incidentally, only the fiscal

England have conceded all

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tournament. The good news is,

they've scored 18. Sessegnon has

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done really well, or has he? It had

already gone out of play.

Good idea

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from England, a high press,

committed, if you can't go through,

0:24:550:24:59

go over, and that was a good run by

Sessegnon, just unable to keep ball

0:24:590:25:02

in play. -- keep the ball in play.

Yeah, looking at the wider angle, it

0:25:020:25:14

looks like Sessegnon played on the

goal-scorer, Gomez and the officials

0:25:140:25:20

definitely got it right, my mistake!

15 minutes in, we are in the company

0:25:200:25:27

of Paul Simpson, who knows what it

is like to win a World Cup, with the

0:25:270:25:31

under 20 plural in the summer. What

have you made of it so far?

I think

0:25:310:25:35

we've had a good start but it's an

unfortunate goal to give way. My

0:25:350:25:38

first thought was it was offside as

well, I was with Trevor but

0:25:380:25:42

unfortunately, you could see that

Sessegnon went to close down the

0:25:420:25:45

burst cross and he just played

everybody on. But it was a scrappy

0:25:450:25:50

goal. -- down the first cross. There

was a sequence where we had three or

0:25:500:25:54

four players who were not quite at

the Mark and allowed them into it.

0:25:540:26:00

Thanks, Paul. The under 17s trying

to follow his success and make it

0:26:000:26:10

two World Cup wins in four months.

Steve Cooper's side will have to try

0:26:100:26:16

to come from behind to publish that.

You can see how Spain have changed

0:26:160:26:20

the game plan slightly, not pressing

so high, expecting England to try to

0:26:200:26:25

play through the lines of defence,

and at present, they are doing a

0:26:250:26:29

good job, just stay nice and compact

and making it very difficult for

0:26:290:26:32

England to create anything in the

final third.

0:26:320:26:36

Latibeaudiere could not find

Brewster on that occasion.

Imported

0:26:460:26:51

that England stay nice and mentally

strong, don't try to force it, keep

0:26:510:26:56

on probing like we have seen them do

before, probing, recycling the ball,

0:26:560:27:00

moving the opposition defence out of

the way and then holes will start to

0:27:000:27:03

appear.

Moha of Real Madrid.

0:27:030:27:11

Spain have conceded five goals en

route to the final. England have

0:27:150:27:23

scored 18, the top scorers in the

tournament.

0:27:230:27:26

McEachran almost winning that back

from Blanco.

0:27:290:27:35

Sergio Gomez is onside. Sessegnon

getting back. Important interception

0:27:490:27:57

from Guehi. Hudson-Odoi for England.

Taking on and beating always,

0:27:570:28:07

terrific run but just too strong for

Brewster. -- and beating Jaume.

0:28:070:28:13

Excellent surging run from

Hudson-Odoi down the left-hand side

0:28:170:28:19

again. You feel that he has got the

beating of the right back for Spain,

0:28:190:28:24

every time he gets a chance, I would

be giving him the ball so he can get

0:28:240:28:28

at him.

0:28:280:28:30

McEachran, George McEachran, the

younger brother of the now Brentford

0:28:390:28:42

player Josh, following in his

brother's footsteps today, Josh

0:28:420:28:47

played in a Euro 's final in 2010.

George, like Josh, through the

0:28:470:28:55

Chelsea system. He has found Foden

will stop just a little too

0:28:550:28:59

intricate on the edge of the area.

Good defending from Spain, nice and

0:28:590:29:02

compact.

0:29:020:29:06

I've been very impressed with the

reaction since conceding a goal,

0:29:180:29:21

England have looked after the ball

well, they are not forcing it,

0:29:210:29:24

moving the ball laterally from side

to side, asking questions of the

0:29:240:29:28

Spanish defence, keeping the ball

and creating one or two decent

0:29:280:29:31

situation. I think Rhian Brewster on

the far post could have had a gamble

0:29:310:29:34

to get on the end of it but he is a

goal-scorer, he knows where to golf

0:29:340:29:38

or -- to go for the goals but not an

application.

Back-to-back hat-tricks

0:29:380:29:41

in the tournament. Whatever happens

today, he will remember that and

0:29:410:29:47

this month fondly. Foden.

0:29:470:29:50

It is a foul on Oakley-Boothe, the

Spurs midfielder by Ghoulam on of

0:29:530:29:58

Valencia.

Great spatial awareness,

there, understanding there was a man

0:29:580:30:03

on him, getting his body between the

ball and the defender. -- by

0:30:030:30:07

Guillermo and of Valencia. Riding

the challenge and winning the bow,

0:30:070:30:10

in a dangerous position for England,

this.

0:30:100:30:13

Can they ask Spain a question? From

this set play?

0:30:210:30:24

Phil Foden is going to deliver it.

0:30:280:30:32

Latibeaudiere and Guehi up from the

back. In by Foden, Torres was first

0:30:410:30:48

to it and it was cleared by Blanca.

There could be a Spanish break.

0:30:480:30:54

England totally exposed! The

goalkeeper was brave. Still

0:30:540:31:01

potentially live for Spain, now the

offside flag is up against Torres.

0:31:010:31:06

Anderson came to meet Eyoma, there.

The heavy touch, straight... Great

0:31:060:31:19

challenge, a little bit late, I have

to say. Would have conceded a foul

0:31:190:31:22

but brilliant bravery by Curtis

Anderson by coming out and taking

0:31:220:31:29

that.

What a chance for the Real

Madrid midfielder to make it?

0:31:290:31:36

England back four looked very flat,

way inside the opposition half. They

0:31:360:31:42

need to be more aware of what is

around.

Steve Cooper, there.

0:31:420:31:57

Previously with the England under

16s.

0:31:570:32:00

Assisted by the likes of Mike Marsh.

Sessegnon. Still Sessegnon! Onto his

0:32:070:32:19

left foot.

He could not find the

target. Excellent trigger down the

0:32:190:32:24

left-hand side by Steve Sessegnon.

Nice, deep run and fantastic

0:32:240:32:29

release. He got inside with a bit of

true Greek and then that calmness,

0:32:290:32:33

he has done the hard work, to stay

composed. It was not there on this

0:32:330:32:40

occasion but great signs for

England, creating chances time and

0:32:400:32:45

time again.

That touch from Sergio

Gomez of Barcelona is still football

0:32:450:32:50

important one. In this Under 17

World Cup final in Kolkata. The

0:32:500:32:57

temperature of 25 degrees.

0:32:570:33:00

APM kick-off local time. They have

played most of the matches in this

0:33:050:33:12

stadium, except for one of them, in

the end. -- 8pm. Latibeaudiere.

0:33:120:33:31

These high full-backs from England

are starting to cause Spain a lot of

0:33:310:33:34

concerns in their shape.

The touch

from McEachran. Met by Victor.

0:33:340:33:47

Cesar.

Good pressing from England,

forcing them into a hopeful ball

0:33:470:33:59

down the line. Excellent play,

getting touch type. But in the

0:33:590:34:04

Spanish players under all kinds of

pressure.

This is a big moment for

0:34:040:34:10

Spain. Understandably, facing a

great deal of importance. England

0:34:100:34:15

have not qualified for this

tournament in each of the last

0:34:150:34:19

three. The last appearance was back

in 2009. We know how keen they are

0:34:190:34:24

to bring on younger players. In-lap

2009 squad. The likes of Murat,

0:34:240:34:30

Sergio Roberto, Jordi Amat. The

captain was Stoke City's Mardonius.

0:34:300:34:44

Great pathway. To forge a career in

football. Still on the early

0:34:440:34:53

ladders, the early steps in the

latter, but this is a great platform

0:34:530:34:56

to get that belief and move on.

A

great stage to showcase their

0:34:560:35:02

talents?

Absolutely, you never know

who is watching football and there

0:35:020:35:08

will be many Scots from around the

world watching this game. You have

0:35:080:35:13

every chance of moving, especially

this young man, Phil Foden, he has

0:35:130:35:16

been excellent in the tournament,

showing different aspects to his

0:35:160:35:20

game. To try to pull England back

into this game, on level terms.

0:35:200:35:29

Hudson-Odoi. He loves to run at

players and he has done it again.

0:35:290:35:47

Oakley-Boothe could not get that

under control. Cesar.

Better

0:35:470:35:52

awareness from the England back

four. Just got caught out a couple

0:35:520:35:57

of minutes ago but there are more

alert to the situation.

Winning

0:35:570:36:02

possession back. Here is Foden.

Gibbs White went for the return.

0:36:020:36:10

Foden shot was blocked. Spain

managed to clear.

Excellent

0:36:100:36:16

manipulation of the ball by Phil

Foden outside of his left foot,

0:36:160:36:21

waiting for the return pass to play

the shot at target. Gibbs-White held

0:36:210:36:25

onto that a little bit too long.

Good defending in the end by the

0:36:250:36:30

Spanish side.

This is Foden.

Look

how deep Spain are. A complement to

0:36:300:36:42

the way England are keeping the

ball, sometimes they go long and

0:36:420:36:47

sometimes short, keeping the ball

when there is no pressure. Excellent

0:36:470:36:51

mix-up of the game and I am sure

this is what Steve Cooper will be

0:36:510:36:57

saying, Mexico, play short and long

when you get the chance.

Brewster. A

0:36:570:37:02

chance to run at Spain and he was

looking for a free kick after that

0:37:020:37:06

challenge by Guillemont. The referee

as they continue.

Very strong

0:37:060:37:15

challenge from the Spanish defender.

Little bit of a clothesline into his

0:37:150:37:20

face.

Foden, away from Miranda.

England corner.

So refreshing as

0:37:200:37:31

England on the front foot. Really

attacking the Spanish side from all

0:37:310:37:36

angles, left, right, centrally,

asking a lot of questions of the

0:37:360:37:39

Spanish back line at the moment.

Alvaro Fernandez in goal, from

0:37:390:37:44

Malaga. Foden's corner. It almost

came through to Latibeaudiere.

0:37:440:37:53

The shot in the end from Panzo.

It

just opened up for him. He will be

0:37:580:38:05

disappointed he did not work the

keeper. Alvaro Fernandez. He just

0:38:050:38:09

hit the target.

The Fifa drinks

break. They mention the temperature,

0:38:090:38:20

70% humility, 25 degrees in the

evening. In Kolkata. Rehydration for

0:38:200:38:28

the players and an opportunity for

the coaches to have a word as well.

0:38:280:38:31

It is that man, Sergio Gomez, of

Barcelona, as we watch his goal

0:38:310:38:39

again... Another word with Paul

Simpson. What have you made of the

0:38:390:38:45

England response since this?

They

had little bit spell or it should

0:38:450:38:50

them up a little bit. They are

starting to get more control of the

0:38:500:38:55

ball and trying to keep possession.

The way Spain are playing, they are

0:38:550:39:01

allowing us to have it in their own

half. They are quite comfortable.

0:39:010:39:08

And we need the likes of Hudson-Odoi

and Gibbs-White and Foden to get on

0:39:080:39:12

the ball and try to get deeper and

get those combinations around the

0:39:120:39:17

18-yard box, we can get behind them

because of the moment, although

0:39:170:39:21

we're getting a little bit of the

ball, we're not really troubling the

0:39:210:39:25

back line and the goalkeeper. They

need to do a bit better if we want

0:39:250:39:30

to get back into it.

Thank you,

Paul. Fingers crossed that man can

0:39:300:39:35

have an opportunity or two as well.

Brewster, it was lovely to hear

0:39:350:39:40

Jurgen Klopp speaking yesterday. The

story not long after he scored that

0:39:400:39:47

back-to-back World Cup hat-trick in

the semifinal against Brazil that

0:39:470:39:50

his phone rang and he did not

recognise the number and it was his

0:39:500:39:54

first team manager, Jurgen Klopp,

who congratulated him and told him

0:39:540:39:58

to save the number in his phone!

Excellent! That will give him a huge

0:39:580:40:04

confidence boost and not only that,

it was not surprising to find out

0:40:040:40:08

that Brewster trains with the first

team very often and Phil Foden

0:40:080:40:12

trains with Manchester City's first

team and you can see the way the

0:40:120:40:17

players are developing, the

sharpness in scenarios, they just

0:40:170:40:20

seem one step ahead of the

opposition. The next step for them

0:40:200:40:26

is to make that step into the

first-team, which I am sure they

0:40:260:40:30

will dreaming.

This is a useful run

from Guehi, trying to slide that

0:40:300:40:37

through to Gibbs-White. Spain have

shown how quick they are on the

0:40:370:40:41

break. Cesar in the penalty area.

Here he is! Trying to turn

0:40:410:40:53

Sessegnon. He still has it across.

Danger! Sergio Gomez again! Spain

0:40:530:41:01

leading by two goals 2-0. And the

same man who did the damage inside

0:41:010:41:10

the first ten minutes, Sergio Gomez

of Barcelona. And England are two

0:41:100:41:16

down in the World Cup final.

A real

blow for England, I thought they

0:41:160:41:22

dealt with the situation, hopeful

ball into the box, great twisting

0:41:220:41:25

and turning but this finish, what an

absolute wonder strike that is! Two

0:41:250:41:30

keepers and there would not say that

and it is against the run of play,

0:41:300:41:35

England have had good control of the

ball since conceding the first goal

0:41:350:41:39

and this will be a body blow. A big

test of character now and their

0:41:390:41:43

desire to go back into this match.

He scored his third and fourth goals

0:41:430:41:54

of the tournament in this final.

Sergio Gomez. He ran straight to

0:41:540:42:02

Santiago Denia and his staff. Huge

delight for the Spanish, the modern

0:42:020:42:11

has become a little bit bigger for

England.

-- the mountain. Affecting

0:42:110:42:17

the game in the box is better than

me or, shots on target, they have

0:42:170:42:22

been very clinical from the Spanish

and defensively they have and calm,

0:42:220:42:27

not really given clear-cut chances

away. A big job in hand. For this

0:42:270:42:33

England side.

0:42:330:42:37

Hudson-Odoi. Three in support.

0:43:000:43:15

They have become very stretched,

they cannot afford to concede a

0:43:180:43:21

third goal.

0:43:210:43:31

Oakley-Boothe muscled down a bit by

Miranda, who has given it away. This

0:43:340:43:39

is Panzo. Hudson-Odoi's Chelsea

team-mate was the target.

He wants

0:43:390:43:48

to play that inside but the

defending distance is so good that

0:43:480:43:51

he has given it outside, play the

outside ball and if you do bad

0:43:510:43:55

enough he will come wider and you

compare the inside ball but trying

0:43:550:43:59

to force that inside the full-back,

you have to be patient and wait for

0:43:590:44:03

that situation to develop. Food for

thought for Steve Cooper. Yes, he

0:44:030:44:12

will be disappointed with the way

the first half has panned out, they

0:44:120:44:15

have had a lot of ball, some good

situations but the final decisions

0:44:150:44:19

have not been as good as in the

past. A big learning curve for these

0:44:190:44:24

players. It is not all about

winning, they will take a lot of

0:44:240:44:28

experience from this tournament in

getting to the final. When you get

0:44:280:44:31

there you want to win it, obviously.

Torres. Blanco. Important that

0:44:310:44:44

concentration levels are maintained

for England.

0:44:440:44:50

Blanco's touch, into Cesar. Sergio

Gomez, he knew he had Miranda on the

0:44:580:45:04

overlap!

There was a push bike

Torres. Worrying times for England,

0:45:040:45:11

the way the Spanish players are

strutting around in the middle of

0:45:110:45:14

the park, it looks like they are

enjoying their football with that

0:45:140:45:19

two goal lead, two decent effect as

well. Obviously a foul. Torres on

0:45:190:45:25

the far post. Creating situations,

two against one on the left hand

0:45:250:45:28

side.

0:45:280:45:36

England free kick.

0:45:420:45:46

Latibeaudiere.

Yes, trying to force

that, he was looking about for a

0:45:560:46:05

couple of seconds, the Spanish

defence were in good positions to do

0:46:050:46:07

with anything that was crossfield

ball. Just bounce it off one of your

0:46:070:46:13

team-mates, keep probing, just a

little bit of impatience from

0:46:130:46:15

Latibeaudiere.

0:46:150:46:18

Understandable confidence evident

from Spain.

0:46:320:46:36

Foden for England... Gibbs-White

wanted it early. Brewster will get

0:46:430:46:50

it instead. Gibbs-White might still

be the target. Confidently done.

0:46:500:47:03

Very nice. You can see the

confidence is really high in the

0:47:030:47:07

Spanish team. Everybody wants the

ball. It becomes more difficult

0:47:070:47:12

against a team with that 2-goal

lead. Especially in the middle of

0:47:120:47:16

the park. You can see that as were

the Spanish players are starting to

0:47:160:47:20

dictate the play. You need to get

players around them and start

0:47:200:47:24

competing for the second balls.

McEachran. George McCracken with the

0:47:240:47:39

cross. Played by Victor. That was

never troubling.

Positive play. Keep

0:47:390:47:53

your body over the ball and hit the

target.

0:47:530:47:56

Oakley-Boothe, 251 macro. Just

looking a little bit flat, the

0:48:220:48:32

England players. Just before the

half-time whistle goes.

0:48:320:48:45

Oakley-Boothe. Positive, direct,

here is Brewster. That was

0:48:450:48:50

travelling and it had Miranda

straight in the face! Foden waiting!

0:48:500:48:55

He felt he was pulled back. Phil

Foden.

It looked like physical

0:48:550:49:03

contact, great player initially and

the shot by Brewster. Clumsy, could

0:49:030:49:11

quite easily have given away a

penalty. Very lucky to get away with

0:49:110:49:18

that, as it can see by Brewster.

Good bravery by Miranda. Hands by

0:49:180:49:30

his side, looking to block the ball.

Brewster checking the Barcelona

0:49:300:49:38

full-back is OK.

That was a chance

for Foden? I do have to say that

0:49:380:49:45

game and was very clumsy. Foden was

only a few yards out, that could

0:49:450:49:50

have been a penalty decision and the

officials did not see it that way.

0:49:500:49:57

But more positive, but was a good

end product.

Blanco.

0:49:570:50:13

Oakley-Boothe. He has only played

for Spurs in the League Cup.

Just

0:50:250:50:36

looking at that switching of play,

England have played it with the 30,

0:50:360:50:40

40 yard ball on a few occasions,

they need to break that up into if

0:50:400:50:46

you different passes. At the moment

the passing is not quite on with the

0:50:460:50:49

longer range pass. Give it two or

three passes.

Another five minutes

0:50:490:50:58

of the first-half in the Under 17

World Cup final. Foden to be correct

0:50:580:51:11

Hudson-Odoi.

One of the

disadvantages when you play a right

0:51:110:51:17

footed player on the left, he is

always looking to get back onto his

0:51:170:51:21

right foot. Different -- difficult

ball to control.

Speaking from a man

0:51:210:51:28

who has been there and got the

T-shirt!

When you get the body can

0:51:280:51:33

bring players into play, I would

like to see Brewster stepping in and

0:51:330:51:36

being the focal point a little bit

more. They can bounce the ball is

0:51:360:51:41

off him. And get runners. They are

getting easy to predict at the

0:51:410:51:46

moment, England. They need to change

it up.

Good pressure from McEachran.

0:51:460:51:56

Gibbs-White as an option.

He tried

to go it alone. The pitch was

0:51:560:52:01

playing its part, unfortunately.

Good pressing, they need to get

0:52:010:52:04

closer to the middle of the park. He

just bubbled up before checking one

0:52:040:52:08

of the judges. And he ran into his

opposite number.

0:52:080:52:21

Panzo. Hudson-Odoi. He can have a

go! Off the post! That was well

0:52:230:52:34

cleared. Callum Hudson-Odoi of

Chelsea. A whisker away from getting

0:52:340:52:40

one back for England.

He passed that

into the far post. Millimetres

0:52:400:52:47

inside. A little bit more swerve and

England are 2-1 down. Better play

0:52:470:52:54

from England, looking more

confident.

Here goes Foden.

0:52:540:52:58

Wonderful turn. He had the shot

which could not quite generate

0:52:580:53:04

enough power.

He has got an

unbelievable job with his left foot,

0:53:040:53:10

it looks like he is playing with his

left foot and he almost chops back

0:53:100:53:15

onto himself to open it up with the

right foot and the lacked power.

0:53:150:53:20

Strong finish to the first-half from

England. Hudson-Odoi hit the

0:53:200:53:24

woodwork.

0:53:240:53:26

Lifting towards Foden, Miranda was

there first. Cleared by the

0:53:320:53:36

goal-scorer, Sergio Gomez.

0:53:360:53:40

Sessegnon.

0:53:490:53:59

Hudson-Odoi again. He has picked out

Foden. Wonderful first touch. And

0:54:010:54:09

the second was not bad either. And

he got the cross in. Gibbs-White

0:54:090:54:13

waiting. Is a reward for this

England pressure? Sessegnon's cross,

0:54:130:54:22

there is! It is him again! Rain

Brewster! To get one back for

0:54:220:54:26

England! Just before half-time. The

Liverpool striker, with his eighth

0:54:260:54:33

goal of this Under 17 World Cup and

hope is restored.

What a cross this

0:54:330:54:41

is, it looks like it was flat but he

swings his cross into the six yard

0:54:410:54:46

box area and who was there?

Brewster. Excellent execution but

0:54:460:54:51

what across this is. If anybody

deserved this, for that sustained

0:54:510:54:56

pressure, keeping their heads up...

Excellent result, 2-1.

Back in the

0:54:560:55:01

game. Who did since they needed that

before the break and they have got

0:55:010:55:06

it. An instantly recognisable

source. After his back-to-back

0:55:060:55:14

hat-tricks, but here is Spain's

captain and centre forward, able

0:55:140:55:18

release. The man was needed to cover

Latibeaudiere. This might come at

0:55:180:55:25

the wrong time. Two minutes of

stoppage time. Hudson-Odoi on the

0:55:250:55:36

move. Nobody in the penalty area.

Excellent defending by Guehi.

0:55:360:55:53

Hudson-Odoi has had a storming ten

minutes. And as soon as you said

0:55:530:55:57

that, he looks at the surface and

overheads the cross.

The curse of

0:55:570:56:01

the commentator! Excellent play,

always confident, every time he gets

0:56:010:56:10

the ball he looks confident that he

can beat his man. Excellent play by

0:56:100:56:13

Hudson-Odoi.

He is not 17 until next

month. He played for Chelsea under a

0:56:130:56:22

plains at 15. -- under 18s. And he

scored against Spain in that Euro

0:56:220:56:32

Final in the summer, as did this

man, Foden, England were 2-1 up

0:56:320:56:38

until the sixth minute of stoppage

time. And they are 2-1 down here in

0:56:380:56:43

the first-half of stoppage time, in

the World Cup final. Foden...

0:56:430:56:48

Brewster. Always trying to break

that half a yard to get the shot

0:56:480:56:55

away. But Kraken, Foden, fouled by

Guillemont and the first action of

0:56:550:57:04

the first-half will be an England

free kick.

Bright play by Phil

0:57:040:57:09

Foden, century he has come inside

off the left-hand side, played that

0:57:090:57:15

one, to buy McEachran. Dangerous

position for England, this. -- one,

0:57:150:57:25

two by McEachran. He is a little bit

close to get that over the wall. It

0:57:250:57:31

takes real ability to do that and

not many players can.

0:57:310:57:35

Might be one of those ones where you

move it first to create the space.

0:57:380:57:45

Not illegally, obviously!

Obviously!

Rain Brewster with those eight goals

0:57:450:57:54

behind him in this tournament. Here

he comes, Brewster! It needed that

0:57:540:58:04

save from Fernandez.

Excellent

strike, difficult skill set to have.

0:58:040:58:16

The half-time whistle. Sergio Gomez

putting Spain in control. Familiar

0:58:160:58:23

name in this tournament of Brewster.

After Hudson-Odoi hit the woodwork,

0:58:230:58:31

it has given England hope. At

half-time in the World Cup final in

0:58:310:58:36

Kolkata... It is England one, Spain

two.

0:58:360:58:42

What a busy first-half, starting

with Paul, that goal from Brewster,

0:58:470:58:51

how crucial was that, given the

timing?

Massive, a huge lift. They

0:58:510:58:57

had the left before that with

Hudson-Odoi hitting the post and

0:58:570:59:00

then to get that chance, then they

kept pushing forward with the free

0:59:000:59:04

kick at the end so it has given them

a huge lift into half-time and

0:59:040:59:09

hopefully Steve Cooper can just get

them on their feet, get them rested

0:59:090:59:14

and relaxed, ready to go out and

have another go to start the second

0:59:140:59:18

half.

Absolutely, blistering start.

58% possession for England but when

0:59:180:59:25

you look at the stats, 14 attempts

on goal, three on target, Spain are

0:59:250:59:30

more direct, four attempts and four

of them on target.

Spain have played

0:59:300:59:36

smarter, they have got the ball

forward quicker than they are

0:59:360:59:39

prepared to sit off and let England

have possession and England have not

0:59:390:59:43

really got behind the Spanish

defence often. The other way around,

0:59:430:59:48

Spain have been more clinical going

forward. They are prepared to pass

0:59:480:59:58

the ball in behind, having runners

going behind and that has made the

0:59:581:00:01

England defence have difficulties.

England had a fast start but Spain

1:00:011:00:03

scored in the

1:00:031:00:04

England had a fast start but Spain

scored in the tenth minute, Sergio

1:00:041:00:04

Gomez with the goal?

England are

just half a yard off every single

1:00:041:00:11

challenge, they don't quite get

there and when the cross comes in, I

1:00:111:00:17

mean, ultra-critical. But Sessegnon

is possibly a little bit lax, he

1:00:171:00:20

loses a little bit of concentration.

Definitely onside. As Sessegnon is

1:00:201:00:26

getting back, he loses focus. He

puts his arm up for offside. Clearly

1:00:261:00:33

onside. Great little touch from

Gomez. England only a fraction of

1:00:331:00:38

back the pace but when you play as a

team against equality of Spain, that

1:00:381:00:43

is all it takes.

1:00:431:00:48

The second goal, Paul, an example of

a slightly classier direct play from

1:00:481:00:52

the Spanish. That is just clinical

play. We have a really good run,

1:00:521:00:59

Guehi from the back goes forward, he

tries to slip the ball through,

1:00:591:01:03

tries to play the ball through,

really positive run, what you want a

1:01:031:01:07

central defender to do to try to

break the defence down. He tries to

1:01:071:01:11

slip the ball through but good,

strong defending and then it is a

1:01:111:01:15

single pass forward, touch to the

side, another pass goes forward and

1:01:151:01:19

they have got runners in behind and

then they are calm and they get

1:01:191:01:23

their thoughts together, he gets the

defenders stood up so he can beat

1:01:231:01:28

him again and clipped the ball in

and you think they have got away

1:01:281:01:31

with it but it is a great little

pull-back and a fantastic finish, a

1:01:311:01:34

real quality finish but again, if we

are going to be critical, if we want

1:01:341:01:38

to try to improve, maybe we could

have got tighter to that ball,

1:01:381:01:43

there. It is Oakley-Boothe, I think,

who could have got tighter and stop

1:01:431:01:47

to the shotgun may be taken one in a

face like their centre-half did

1:01:471:01:50

earlier in the game but that is

being ultra-critical. It is a top

1:01:501:01:55

being ultra-critical. It is a top

finish.

Absolutely, and amicable we

1:01:551:01:56

were talking about this when we were

watching before, you were likening

1:01:561:02:00

this kind of play to the Arsenal of

old.

It is direct football, three

1:02:001:02:06

passes and they are in behind your

defence and they are on the edge of

1:02:061:02:09

your box. Direct does not mean

hoofing it up the pitch and lumping

1:02:091:02:13

it forward. You are breaking the

lines, three very sharp passes,

1:02:131:02:17

England caught out and it is the

speed of play which is where Spain

1:02:171:02:20

have been a bit more clinical and

efficient.

But there has been a

1:02:201:02:26

lifeline from who else, Rhian

Brewster,

1:02:261:02:28

lifeline from who else, Rhian

Brewster, the man of the moment.

1:02:281:02:30

Successive hat-tricks in the

quarterfinals and semifinals and on

1:02:301:02:33

target here.

It is the play before

that as well, from Sessegnon,

1:02:331:02:37

picking it up on the edge of the

box, going one against one against

1:02:371:02:40

the full-back Andy puts in an

excellent cross. Like all good

1:02:401:02:46

goal-scorers, Brewster is in and

around where the ball is dropping

1:02:461:02:49

and that is a good finish.

He puts

it into a great area. What I love

1:02:491:02:54

about this, you see so many players

in this day and age trying to whip

1:02:541:02:58

the ball in with so much pace, it

goes wrong more often than not but

1:02:581:03:03

he puts it into an area. That is

what I was taught as a

1:03:031:03:07

he puts it into an area. That is

what I was taught as a kid and I'm

1:03:071:03:07

sure you were the same, Paul, put it

into the second six yard box and the

1:03:071:03:11

Centre forward should be there to

nod it in and that is what happened.

1:03:111:03:15

That has given England a lifeline

because there was a spell in the

1:03:151:03:17

second half when they looked a bit

dejected.

They looked nervous,

1:03:171:03:22

didn't they? Like they were being

overrun and not sure how to handle

1:03:221:03:25

it.

It's the World Cup final,

whatever level, under 17, under 20,

1:03:251:03:30

the senior side, it's not easy and

they will still be feeling the

1:03:301:03:33

pressure. This is unlike anything

they've ever spirit before.

1:03:331:03:37

Hudson-Odoi has been a real bright

spark

1:03:371:03:39

Hudson-Odoi has been a real bright

spark in the first half, let's see

1:03:391:03:42

some of his play and it almost ended

in a goal. This is some of his

1:03:421:03:46

earlier play.

He's being positive

and direct. He wants to go one

1:03:461:03:51

against one. That was probably one

of the best chances of the game,

1:03:511:03:54

maybe could have got on the end of

that but he is going at the

1:03:541:03:57

defender, giving them a problem and

the defender does not want a wide

1:03:571:04:00

player running at him so he has got

a lot of joy out of that, created a

1:04:001:04:05

couple of chances and hit the post.

When we are talking about these lads

1:04:051:04:10

not coming up in this kind of

situation before, he's 16, this lad,

1:04:101:04:15

this is an incredible learning

experience for him, brilliant

1:04:151:04:19

experience and he will benefit from

being a part of this.

Absolutely,

1:04:191:04:22

what will

1:04:221:04:23

being a part of this.

Absolutely,

what will the half-time team talk be

1:04:231:04:26

like?

Try to keep nice and calm, try

to get back to the game plan which

1:04:261:04:30

is what they wanted to start with,

and I think if they do that, I think

1:04:301:04:34

they have got every chance of

getting back into it because they

1:04:341:04:36

have shown they've got the ability

to cause problems.

Absolutely,

1:04:361:04:40

looking forward to the second half

and we were talking before about

1:04:401:04:45

2017 being a real year of success

for the England youth teams,

1:04:451:04:48

including of course the win for

poor's under 20s at the World Cup.

1:04:481:04:53

We simply, Jermaine Jenas went to St

George's Park to look at whether

1:04:531:04:56

that success could one day translate

to the senior side.

1:04:561:05:00

I'm just here watching the England

under 20s train with the coach,

1:05:061:05:11

Keith Downing.

We find the 20s is

more a reserve group for the 21 's,

1:05:111:05:16

a pathway. If they do well here,

they will step up.

So you can kind

1:05:161:05:20

of look at those players you have

seen what they have been able to do

1:05:201:05:23

for England but obviously, they

might not be playing at club level

1:05:231:05:26

but would they keep on getting

brought in to the group to be part

1:05:261:05:31

of international level?

Yeah,

because internationally, they get

1:05:311:05:33

the experience and the ultimate is

to gain as much experience as they

1:05:331:05:37

can so hopefully if they get to see

your level, they will have

1:05:371:05:40

experienced all of those things in

the past, the tournament football,

1:05:401:05:44

etc, playing against the best in

Europe. The problem we have is

1:05:441:05:47

obviously, then, playing in their

first team.

Correct. Just watching

1:05:471:05:53

the U21 strain, a lot of whom won

the under 20 World Cup in the

1:05:531:05:56

summer. I suppose the feeling is

that St George's Park is giving them

1:05:561:06:00

that Bob Friel, helped by the

transition from the U21 level to the

1:06:001:06:05

first team.

My role is the U21

coach, it is to get out and watch

1:06:051:06:13

players, develop relationships with

clubs and make sure we can get the

1:06:131:06:15

best players to start with and make

sure that by the time they get to

1:06:151:06:19

Gareth, they have had the whole

array of experiences and been in

1:06:191:06:22

penalty shoot outs, winning and

losing them.

You mentioned you go

1:06:221:06:26

out to watch a lot of the players.

How far does the relationship go? Do

1:06:261:06:31

you talk on the phone, give them

feedback on how well they are doing

1:06:311:06:35

at their clubs?

It is a difficult

one, that, because I think when you

1:06:351:06:39

are a manager or a coach at the

club, you want to work with that

1:06:391:06:43

player every day and you have your

own ideas about how he should play

1:06:431:06:46

what they should do and when they

come to international, it's about

1:06:461:06:49

adding to what they've got already.

I certainly won't be telling any of

1:06:491:06:52

the players how they should be

playing if it is going against their

1:06:521:06:56

coaches at their clubs. But as long

as there is honest and open dialogue

1:06:561:06:59

and we have got that, then we don't

have any issues.

But the thorny

1:06:591:07:03

issues surrounding England youth

teams is how much opportunity the

1:07:031:07:06

players will get their clubs,

particularly those in the Premier

1:07:061:07:09

League.

It used to be, where, for

example at Nottingham Forest when

1:07:091:07:14

you first going through W did well

in the youth team and got England

1:07:141:07:16

recognition but then you went into

the at Forest and then you got your

1:07:161:07:20

moves and became a Brazilian and

everything else. These days, what

1:07:201:07:24

happens is, some players get to a

certain level and a ceiling in the

1:07:241:07:27

development and they can't get

through, with foreign owners, you

1:07:271:07:30

get foreign managers and foreign

players and some of those players

1:07:301:07:34

are not anywhere near what is

already in the system.

So it is a

1:07:341:07:38

problem?

Yeah, it is.

It is a

genuine issue we are struggling

1:07:381:07:43

with?

Yeah, it works both ways,

Nathaniel Chalobah has 97 use caps,

1:07:431:07:47

it's a record, some brilliant

experiences but he's been on loan to

1:07:471:07:50

five different clubs and he was not

quite ready to go into the Chelsea

1:07:501:07:54

first-team so I think in his case,

we have kept him going I think. But

1:07:541:07:58

another one might be Harry Kane who

was with us through the ages but

1:07:581:08:01

also had a lot of loan spells, came

back, finally got his opportunity

1:08:011:08:05

and look at him now, he's doing

fantastic.

Harry Kane scores his

1:08:051:08:10

12th goal in the month of September

for club country.

I think when you

1:08:101:08:16

are a young player coming through,

to go out and play in the stadiums,

1:08:161:08:20

play against teams who are fighting

relegation, fighting for play-offs

1:08:201:08:23

come you know, it gives you a great

understanding of what the game is

1:08:231:08:26

about and it's important to be

playing, there's no better thing

1:08:261:08:29

than to be playing and getting

yourself out there, get the scouts

1:08:291:08:32

watching you and managers, for me it

was a good stepping stone and I

1:08:321:08:35

learned a lot from it.

Harry Kane is

a prime example of how use product

1:08:351:08:40

can do well and reach the senior

team. It goes without saying that

1:08:401:08:43

most of these youngsters need the

first-team experience. Danny, how

1:08:431:08:47

can we get more of these players who

are getting this type of experience

1:08:471:08:51

at international level playing in

the Premier League?

It is really

1:08:511:08:55

difficult, as Jermaine Jenas was

saying, foreign owners, the amount

1:08:551:08:57

of money available in the Premier

League, the short tenure of a

1:08:571:09:02

manager's job these days, it is

what? A year? Maybe less at times

1:09:021:09:06

and they want instant success and

they are not prepared to give young

1:09:061:09:09

players a chance, even when you drop

down into the Championship, these

1:09:091:09:12

really good technical players coming

through, the Championship is cut and

1:09:121:09:15

thrust. It is brutal at times. A lot

of maybe older managers won't trust

1:09:151:09:20

younger players because they have

inconsistencies. When you look at

1:09:201:09:25

Europe, Holland and Spain and those

kind of places, Belgium, they play a

1:09:251:09:31

more technical game in their senior

leagues, so they don't need to be as

1:09:311:09:36

physical, they can be trusted with

their technical ability whereas

1:09:361:09:39

maybe you cannot trust players in

the Championship. I think we are

1:09:391:09:43

starting to see it but players have

to go on loan but maybe they now

1:09:431:09:46

have to start going abroad to play

at clubs as well where they don't

1:09:461:09:49

need quite the physicality.

With the

likes of Jadon Sancho, who was

1:09:491:09:54

playing in the tournament, a bright

spot in the group stages and he has

1:09:541:09:57

been recalled to Borussia Dortmund.

Full, taking a look at you under 20

1:09:571:10:02

players, it has been a bit of a

mixed bag in terms of

1:10:021:10:05

players, it has been a bit of a

mixed bag in terms of their fortunes

1:10:051:10:05

since then. Dominic Solanke, the

player of the tournament, still

1:10:051:10:10

waiting for his Liverpool

opportunity, Walker-Peters got his

1:10:101:10:13

Premier League start at the start of

the season, Man of the Match against

1:10:131:10:17

Newcastle for Spurs and yet has not

had a look in. Dominic Calvert-Lewin

1:10:171:10:21

scored in your final and did really

well. It is a mixed bag.

It is,

1:10:211:10:26

after you are getting opportunities

but we want

1:10:261:10:28

after you are getting opportunities

but we want more. It is 32% I think

1:10:281:10:31

of English qualified players have

been in the Premier League so far

1:10:311:10:35

this season and we want more than

that, we need to get them in. It is

1:10:351:10:40

not us as an FA wanting to bang the

drum, we need the whole game to want

1:10:401:10:44

it to happen. We need the Premier

League and the Football League and

1:10:441:10:47

everybody to really join forces and

keep working together and get more

1:10:471:10:50

English -based players in there

because it will benefit the national

1:10:501:10:55

team. Obviously, the clubs

themselves have their own things to

1:10:551:10:58

worry about but as a national

organisation, we have all got to

1:10:581:11:01

work together so we can try and get

more English players.

I think the

1:11:011:11:05

players have got to take

responsibility as well. We are

1:11:051:11:08

starting to see it now, players that

Chelsea are complaining about lack

1:11:081:11:12

of opportunities and stepping down.

When you look at the Ajax team that

1:11:121:11:15

played Manchester United in the

rebel league final, 17-year-olds in

1:11:151:11:18

that team that have played 65, 70

games for their club side. And in

1:11:181:11:24

European competition. This is what

England, maybe the English players

1:11:241:11:28

have to do, they have to say they

are not going to make it at Chelsea

1:11:281:11:32

or Manchester City immediately, take

a couple of steps back and then come

1:11:321:11:34

forward later. That takes a lot of

bravery and it's not easy to do.

It

1:11:341:11:40

is bravery, coming out of your

comfort zone because it is nice that

1:11:401:11:42

these clubs. They have fantastic

facilities and the Premier League

1:11:421:11:46

academies are doing some great work

with players. What we have got to

1:11:461:11:51

try to do is make sure that the

players see the opportunity

1:11:511:11:55

somewhere, whether it is on loan or

permanent, whether they get the

1:11:551:11:59

opportunity at their own club, and

keep on working towards it. We are

1:11:591:12:03

five years into building St George's

Park, this month is the five-year

1:12:031:12:07

anniversary so it is a work in

progress to try to get these players

1:12:071:12:10

through. The 20s that won the World

Cup is the first cohort to come out

1:12:101:12:15

of the full St George's Park system.

It has taken us five years to get an

1:12:151:12:20

under 20 win and maybe we might need

to wait a few more years to get the

1:12:201:12:24

21s or the seniors but the signs are

there that St George's Park and the

1:12:241:12:28

investment from the FA is working.

We have just got to keep wishing and

1:12:281:12:32

hoping the players get in.

Absolutely because when you look at

1:12:321:12:36

Spain, for example, they launched a

similar facility to St George's Park

1:12:361:12:41

back in... I've forgotten what it

was about seven years before they

1:12:411:12:44

won the World Cup, five years before

they won the Euros, so 2003, say, so

1:12:441:12:48

it takes time to build.

Without

doubt.

But the problem is we are

1:12:481:12:53

talking about another generation. If

we are talking about the players,

1:12:531:12:57

the under 19 and under 20s right

now, will they get the chance to

1:12:571:13:01

move into the senior teams that we

are talking about?

To win a World

1:13:011:13:06

Cup at senior level, the average age

1:13:061:13:08

Cup at senior level, the average age

is probably 27 or 28 because you

1:13:081:13:10

need the experience.

1:13:101:13:13

For these players, it is a great

platform and opportunity now, they

1:13:141:13:17

have to make the most of it now and

then look at their club careers and

1:13:171:13:20

future of the back of this.

OK, as

you can see, the players are back on

1:13:201:13:24

the pitch for the second half which

is about to get underway. Let 's go

1:13:241:13:28

back to the commentators, Trevor and

Steve Bower. -- Trevor Sinclair.

1:13:281:13:35

COMMENTATOR: 45 minutes left of the

journey that began in October for

1:13:351:13:39

England. Can it be a memorable 45

minutes? -- at the beginning of the

1:13:391:13:48

month for England. Spain with a one

goal advantage, looking for the Euro

1:13:481:13:53

and World Cup double in the same

year. To get us under way in the

1:13:531:13:59

second half, neither coach has made

a change at half-time. What might

1:13:591:14:04

have been Steve Cooper's message at

the break, Trevor?

Keep on doing

1:14:041:14:11

what you're doing. I think they have

been, individually, I think there

1:14:111:14:16

have been some very key performances

out there and you talk about winning

1:14:161:14:21

your individual battles, I feel

England have done that in many

1:14:211:14:24

positions. It is just the

effectiveness in both boxes, Spain

1:14:241:14:27

have been more clinical. Obviously,

the two goals by Sergio Gomez have

1:14:271:14:31

been very, very good. We have not

quite had the finishing touch and

1:14:311:14:37

the composure in the final third. I

think if we can improve that, stay

1:14:371:14:41

patient and continue to win the

individual battles, I think there is

1:14:411:14:45

definitely a result for England.

Gomez, who got Spain's goals, to

1:14:451:14:50

take the corner, punched clear by

Curtis Anderson. Helped out of play

1:14:501:14:55

by Oakley-Boothe. Mauricio

Pochettino took him on Spurs

1:14:551:15:05

pre-season tour this year. The

Spanish manager looking to make

1:15:051:15:10

personal history, no team have won

the European Championships and the

1:15:101:15:14

World Cup at under 17 level in the

same year before. Spain are excited

1:15:141:15:17

about this group of players, just as

England are about theirs.

1:15:171:15:21

Overhit by Sergio Gomez.

I think if

the first half was anything to go

1:15:281:15:37

by, Spain will be happy at certain

stages to give up possession and

1:15:371:15:41

then I think it will be very

important that the back four, five,

1:15:411:15:46

six, whatever, stay concentrated.

Just stay alert for any

1:15:461:15:49

counterattacking football. If they

do that and stay on the front foot,

1:15:491:15:53

sharpen up their passing a bit with

tempo, and not being impatient, I

1:15:531:15:57

really do feel they have got the

players on the pitch to get a result

1:15:571:16:01

in turn this around. -- and turn

this around.

New territory for

1:16:011:16:08

England but not Spain, it is

therefore final in the under 17

1:16:081:16:11

World Cup but they have lost all

three previous appearances.

1:16:111:16:15

This is the first all European

affair. For the under 17 World Cup

1:16:211:16:29

final. Hudson-Odoi penalised.

Excellent first half performance

1:16:291:16:35

from Hudson-Odoi, hit the post, was

key in certain situations, getting

1:16:351:16:39

to the byline, getting in the final

third. Just mixing it up a little

1:16:391:16:44

bit. They will expect you to run

with it now so play a couple of one

1:16:441:16:48

and two touch passes.

Given away,

Foden towards Brewster early.

1:16:481:16:54

Spain, relieved. Now they can try

and build with Miranda.

1:16:581:17:04

Half-time came at a good time for

Spain, really, after the England

1:17:181:17:23

goal.

Yeah, it looked like they'd

got the bit between their teeth with

1:17:231:17:26

the goal, full of confidence, not

self belief amongst the players they

1:17:261:17:30

could get back in this game and

nothing has to change, for me. You

1:17:301:17:34

know, they finished the half really

well, let's start this one as we

1:17:341:17:38

finished, that should have been a

message coming from Steve Cooper.

1:17:381:17:41

I'm sure the players believe they

have got that in their performance.

1:17:411:17:47

Just here, now, I would like to see

this bouncing a little bit, just

1:17:471:17:50

bouncing it around a little bit

sharper, try to develop gaps in the

1:17:501:17:54

Spanish back eight, nine players.

Sharper tempo of passing.

1:17:541:18:02

Gibbs White with an opportunity.

Great steak with his first touch on

1:18:171:18:23

his right foot, bringing it across

onto his left foot, probably his

1:18:231:18:27

weaker side, let's back a bit but

good movement, breaking that line,

1:18:271:18:32

fantastic first time such a

manipulating the ball and just

1:18:321:18:34

leaned back. He needs to work the

keeper.

The youngest by to play for

1:18:341:18:40

the Wolves first team since Robbie

Keane. 12 appearances. He's been at

1:18:401:18:46

the club since the age of eight.

Latibeaudiere read that situation.

1:18:461:18:56

Great anticipation from the central

defender. Anticipating that first

1:18:561:19:00

touch. Making the ball and winning

the foul for his team.

Cesar of Real

1:19:001:19:13

Madrid.

Clashing knees, I think that

is what the Spanish buyers are

1:19:131:19:16

moaning about, no intention, good,

strong, physical challenge from the

1:19:161:19:20

Manchester City central defender. He

felt it!

1:19:201:19:24

I think fitness could come into it

as well and it looks like England

1:19:271:19:31

have got a very strong side

physically. They look a fit bunch.

1:19:311:19:38

Interesting to see in this heat if

the players can sustain that, who

1:19:381:19:43

can start taking control in the

latter stages of the game.

Sergio

1:19:431:19:46

Gomez, the man with both goals for

Spain. That one from Rhian Brewster,

1:19:461:19:53

eighth of the tournament. Put

England right back in the World Cup

1:19:531:19:58

final.

1:19:581:20:00

That Golden Boot award will mean

nothing unless it is alongside a

1:20:061:20:10

winning medal.

Yeah, he is a very

selfless player, talks about the

1:20:101:20:18

team and working out of position for

the team all the time.

Foden. Up

1:20:181:20:26

against Sergio Gomez. Still Foden!

The goalkeeper was rooted to the

1:20:261:20:35

spot, there.

Excellent mastery of

the ball, there, great disguise.

1:20:351:20:39

Deflection, should be a corner. He

knows how to make half a yard for

1:20:391:20:44

himself.

You can see why Pep

Guardiola instantly to give him.

1:20:441:20:50

Bowden. An opportunity for England.

Important block in the end. Now the

1:20:501:21:00

captain -- by the captain, Abel

Ruiz.

1:21:001:21:03

Out by Ferran Torres. Still Becky

Grundy. -- still McEachran.

Great

1:21:061:21:18

work, realising he's got a man on

him, realising he's got the speed to

1:21:181:21:22

go past the winger, just getting the

corner for his team. Excellent use

1:21:221:21:27

of his body.

Both central defenders

forward. Punched away by Alvaro

1:21:271:21:39

Fernandez in the Spain goal. This is

where England have to make sure they

1:21:391:21:46

are not caught. Good strength from

Panzo.

Better urgency and awareness

1:21:461:21:51

from England on the counterattack,

that is where they got caught out in

1:21:511:21:54

the first half-time and again. It

looks like on the transition, now,

1:21:541:21:58

Steve Cooper has had time to talk to

the player that half-time and make

1:21:581:22:01

sure they are switched on to that

scenario. A lot better from England,

1:22:011:22:04

there.

Will they keep this in? No,

just fractionally overhit by Foden,

1:22:041:22:14

who is frustrated it was too strong

for Sessegnon.

That is not like him.

1:22:141:22:20

Again, good movement by Sessegnon,

covering a lot of distance at right

1:22:201:22:23

back, overlapping, always an option

for Foden, which makes him look a

1:22:231:22:28

better player.

1:22:281:22:30

Neatly done by Victor, the Spanish

central defender, another one of the

1:22:381:22:44

Real Madrid group.

Just a little bit

of frustration therefrom Brewster.

1:22:441:22:53

They had a pretty committed press

and Spain managed to retain

1:22:531:22:56

possession. They've not really gone

anywhere but you can see how

1:22:561:22:59

comfortable the Spanish back line

are with the ball at their feet,

1:22:591:23:02

making little angle for each other,

almost like foot cell -- almost like

1:23:021:23:09

futsal, manipulating the ball, but

one back by England briefly.

1:23:091:23:17

Foden, again, just a fraction too

strong from the Manchester City

1:23:191:23:23

play.

Guillamon read the scenario,

got his body in the way and ushered

1:23:231:23:26

the ball out, excellent defending

from Spain. On a knife edge, this

1:23:261:23:34

game, you know, the next goal is

very important. If it goes to

1:23:341:23:37

England, they go on to win this

game, I think.

Santiago ten two, six

1:23:371:23:46

years the under 17 coach for Spain,

a double winner with Atletico Madrid

1:23:461:23:52

in his playing days. -- Santiago

Denia. They look to have continuity

1:23:521:24:01

in their age group development,

Spain.

It makes a big difference for

1:24:011:24:05

players, taking the same

instructions from the same person,

1:24:051:24:07

keeping the continuity, familiar

faces. -- taking instructions from

1:24:071:24:12

the same person. It's a good way to

learn.

As it stands, the proof will

1:24:121:24:16

be in the pudding if they win the

Euros and the World Cup in this age

1:24:161:24:21

group in the same calendar year.

England, remember, trying to win the

1:24:211:24:29

World Cup at under 20 and under 17

level. Only one team has ever done

1:24:291:24:34

that in the same year and that was

Brazil. That was in 2003, where,

1:24:341:24:42

ironically, in the final, they beat

Spain. That is how much of an

1:24:421:24:47

achievement it would be and it is

still finely poised, as Trevor says.

1:24:471:24:55

Fouled by McEachran.

1:24:551:25:00

I thought he stood in a weather free

kick.

No, they try to play the quick

1:25:041:25:08

one but fair play to the referee,

you know, allowing that to continue

1:25:081:25:12

as it was. Good play from the

goalkeeper, there are reading the

1:25:121:25:16

situation, good starting position.

Looking at goalkeepers in the modern

1:25:161:25:20

game, they have to play with their

feet a lot done was right on his

1:25:201:25:23

toes, switched on, nice and bright,

dealt with the situation. -- with

1:25:231:25:28

their feet a lot, and he was right

on his toes.

1:25:281:25:31

Hudson-Odoi, cutting inside again.

Oakley-Boothe. Foden. So many

1:25:431:25:49

Spanish bodies back there.

1:25:491:25:52

Foden wants more. Beautifully

weighted pass and is Gibbs-White!

1:25:561:26:04

And varied England's equaliser and

this is game on in the World Cup

1:26:041:26:10

final. They have gone from 2-0 down,

to level it up at 2-2.

Absolutely

1:26:101:26:19

well-deserved from this England

side, they have kept strong, stable

1:26:191:26:22

living in the same philosophy, get

moving the ball around and what a

1:26:221:26:25

disguised pass from Phil Foden.

Again, that overlap, we've seen it

1:26:251:26:29

so often in this tournament by

Sessegnon, fantastic cross into the

1:26:291:26:32

six yard box and he does not miss.

What a strike and there was more to

1:26:321:26:37

do on that than you think, bobbling

ball, absolutely brilliant finish by

1:26:371:26:42

Gibbs-White, 2-2, England back in

this game and I believe they have

1:26:421:26:46

got the momentum now to go on and

win this game.

Well, Gibbs-White,

1:26:461:26:54

who scored in the quarterfinals

against the USA, scores in the

1:26:541:26:59

final, and what a show of character

from the Young Lions. Santiago Denia

1:26:591:27:07

has seen his side's 2-0 lead wiped

out. The Wolves midfielder with

1:27:071:27:13

England's second. A fascinating 32

minutes or so ahead now.

Yeah,

1:27:131:27:21

England have started the second half

how they finished the first, on the

1:27:211:27:25

front foot, overlaps coming from

both left-back and right back,

1:27:251:27:29

giving the player on the ball

options, they looked really creative

1:27:291:27:32

in that final third but this time,

the product has been a lot better,

1:27:321:27:36

more clinical with the finishing.

Doris, for Spain. Could not get past

1:27:361:27:41

my leave.

And they have looked a lot

more alert in like that.

-- Torres,

1:27:411:27:48

for Spain, could not get past Guehi.

More concentration for the backline

1:27:481:27:53

because England have so much more

concentration, they have to stay

1:27:531:27:57

switched on, communicating to each

other, looking for the danger and on

1:27:571:28:00

the transition, dealing with it nice

and early.

Concentration time, now.

1:28:001:28:07

Having just scored. Sergio Gomez

with the caller and the header,

1:28:071:28:11

brilliantly kept out by Anderson.

Miranda got his head to it.

Great

1:28:111:28:20

ball in by Gomez and listen, this is

not a surprise, not the first time

1:28:201:28:25

it has happened, and England have

got to be more aware of that,

1:28:251:28:28

playing that interlinear post, they

need to get a man stood in that area

1:28:281:28:32

to attack it and then track the

runners. The warning signs are

1:28:321:28:35

there. Good stop, good body position

from the goalkeeper, Anderson, quite

1:28:351:28:41

comfortable in the end but it could

have been much more dangerous.

1:28:411:28:45

Good bad one.

Panzo. We've had a few

of those ideas. Almost away, the

1:28:571:29:02

pass was looking for Hudson-Odoi but

cut out by James Magut.

Great

1:29:021:29:08

position by the defender, getting

his distances right, not too

1:29:081:29:11

squeezed in century and not too far

wide, able to deal with the pass.

--

1:29:111:29:17

cut out by Jaume.

A bit of

frustration from Moha, you can see

1:29:171:29:25

that England have clawed their way

back into the game, let's see how

1:29:251:29:31

you can deal with the strength and

spirit of this team.

1:29:311:29:35

Gibbs-White is frustrated because he

has been pulled back, having got

1:29:401:29:44

away from his man.

1:29:441:29:46

Hudson-Odoi.

1:29:531:29:56

Foden. Oh, he took it first time,

kept out by Fernando at his near

1:29:571:30:06

post.

Yeah, great timing from Foden.

I think respect given to Hudson-Odoi

1:30:061:30:13

with his running ability with the

ball at his feet.

McEachran with the

1:30:131:30:18

delivery, Guehi and Panzo going for

the same ball.

1:30:181:30:21

Long from Victor. Torres cannot keep

it in. We can have a word with Paul

1:30:311:30:44

Simpson, the U21 manager. What a

response from this young England

1:30:441:30:48

team?

Fantastic, could not have

asked Tramore, great start to the

1:30:481:30:54

second half and like we were talking

about in the first-half, the England

1:30:541:30:59

players looking jaded, we have the

Spanish players now looking lady

1:30:591:31:04

because we have knocked the stuffing

out of them with that goal. Really

1:31:041:31:06

well worked. Putting Sessegnon in

behind from Phil Foden and that was

1:31:061:31:14

equality cross. We have talked in

the first-half about getting in

1:31:141:31:20

behind the Spanish back four and

that is exactly what we have done.

1:31:201:31:24

We thoroughly deserved to get back

into it. They need to keep sticking

1:31:241:31:28

to the things they are doing and

hopefully they will get more

1:31:281:31:31

opportunities.

There is a sign of

Spanish frustration, the first

1:31:311:31:35

yellow card. Miranda of Barcelona.

He joined three years ago from Real

1:31:351:31:42

Betis. Torres. Looking for Sergio

Gomez.

Well watched by Sessegnon.

1:31:421:31:52

Good position from Sessegnon, making

sure he gets himself nice and

1:31:521:31:57

narrow, difficult to beat on the far

post. He is a danger man, Sergio

1:31:571:32:00

Gomez. It looks like he has got real

quality in the final third, lies

1:32:001:32:07

composure. He is the boss when the

ball is at his feet and England have

1:32:071:32:11

to be aware of him.

1:32:111:32:13

No problems for Curtis Anderson.

1:32:241:32:27

Originally from Barrow in Cumbria.

Plenty of proud people have given

1:32:351:32:41

their support to his career,

watching this final. As for all of

1:32:411:32:48

these teenagers. Here is

Gibbs-White. Trying to get it wide

1:32:481:32:53

to Hudson-Odoi.

The promising thing

is Gibbs-White is winning the second

1:32:531:32:59

balls and the balls from No Man's

Land, he is getting there first. The

1:32:591:33:03

quality was not there with the pass

but he is winning those balls in the

1:33:031:33:07

middle of the park.

2-2, the Under

17 is in the World Cup final, in the

1:33:071:33:17

year when the U21 Wally Toulon

tournament. And under 19 1 euro and

1:33:171:33:25

the U21 got to the semifinals of the

orders. All to play for in Kolkata.

1:33:251:33:31

Hudson-Odoi. Onto his right.

Good,

positive play, he fancied that as

1:33:311:33:40

soon as it was coming to him.

Against Jaume, he cannot do with his

1:33:401:33:48

pace. I would like to see that

little one, two, bouncing off

1:33:481:33:52

Brewster. Just a little bit

predictable, with that shot, and did

1:33:521:33:58

not have enough power to beat the

keeper.

Reeling off that incredible

1:33:581:34:03

year for the development squad. It

is a fifth anniversary of St

1:34:031:34:10

George's Park, how significant is

that?

Very important. Talking to

1:34:101:34:15

Paul about the players and at times,

five or six different teams being

1:34:151:34:19

there together.

1:34:191:34:25

Panzo using his strength. Nothing in

that. Great body awareness. Back to

1:34:321:34:38

St George's Park, when you have five

or six teams together, it is a

1:34:381:34:42

breaded experience, it shows that

direct pathway from 15 all the way

1:34:421:34:47

through to the first team and it has

played its part that are part in the

1:34:471:34:52

success. Some ill discipline from

Santiago, just a little bit

1:34:521:34:56

frustrated with his team. They lost

that 2-goal lead. I feel like St

1:34:561:35:04

George's Park is playing by huge

part in the success of the England

1:35:041:35:09

young sides and long may it

continue.

24 minutes to go to save

1:35:091:35:15

England Under 17s and add a World

Cup win to the England Under 20s in

1:35:151:35:23

the same calendar year. Encase you

are joining us, on the Saturday

1:35:231:35:28

afternoon, England where 2-0 down

within half an hour but they fought

1:35:281:35:35

back tremendously. Jaume. Torres.

1:35:351:35:41

Great defending by Panzo. Looking to

slow him down. Delay Ferrin on the

1:35:471:35:55

ball. He stayed on his feet and that

is really disciplined.

The touch

1:35:551:36:05

from Gomez, off Panzo. Spain corner.

Panzo is looking out on his feet,

1:36:051:36:15

really tired, maybe Steve will start

thinking about a substitution to

1:36:151:36:19

give more energy down the left-hand

side for England.

1:36:191:36:22

Sergio Gomez with the delivery. The

goalkeeper backpedalled, that was

1:36:281:36:34

good defending.

Gibbs-White. Mixing

it up, Gomez from set pieces, the

1:36:341:36:41

near post a couple of times and not

making things too predictable, going

1:36:411:36:46

for the far post and winning another

corner.

Another good block, this

1:36:461:36:58

time by Guehi and blocked by Foden.

You can see with the heat, the tempo

1:36:581:37:07

has slowed down. You have to be

effective with the ball, keep

1:37:071:37:14

possession and make the opposition

work.

With 20 minutes to go, that

1:37:141:37:21

teenager -- no teenager will want to

make an error and cost his team the

1:37:211:37:25

World Cup.

There is a fear factor

but you stick to the game plan plan

1:37:251:37:29

and do the simple things very good,

which both sides have done.

1:37:291:37:39

McEachran winning it back for

England. Hudson-Odoi. Still plenty

1:37:391:37:46

in his attack. He can get it across

to Foden! England in front for the

1:37:461:37:53

first time in the final! Manchester

City's Phil Foden. From two down,

1:37:531:38:00

they lead 3-2.

What a brilliant ball

into the box. He has been an

1:38:001:38:09

absolute hero for England down the

right-hand side, cutting on his left

1:38:091:38:13

foot. Again, we thought this area

was part of the game plan for

1:38:131:38:17

England. With the legs down those

wide areas and what a pass. Simple

1:38:171:38:22

finish, bubbling, great technique

with his right foot and he deserved

1:38:221:38:27

this. England have stuck to the

task, the principles, no long ball

1:38:271:38:33

football. Playing through the lines

and what a finish. Still a bit to do

1:38:331:38:38

from Phil Foden and he does it well.

Look at that celebration!

They will

1:38:381:38:45

be off their feet at Manchester City

and in Stockport, where he is from.

1:38:451:38:49

He has followed up his goal against

Mexico in this tournament and a

1:38:491:38:53

Steve Cooper's team, two down inside

30 minutes, leading 3-2 in the

1:38:531:39:00

final.

Brilliant personality these

players have shown, 2-0 down against

1:39:001:39:04

a very strong European champion

team, Spain, and they have found it

1:39:041:39:09

within themselves to drag themselves

back, getting the goal just before

1:39:091:39:14

half-time and cracking on in the

second-half. Exceptional

1:39:141:39:16

performance, concentration is needed

now.

Spain have 20 minutes to

1:39:161:39:25

salvage it. Latibeaudiere chasing

this one with Moorland, happy to see

1:39:251:39:33

that going out of play. -- with

Miranda. The inevitable changes for

1:39:331:39:44

Spain, Lara is going to come on from

Sevilla. He is replacing Cesar from

1:39:441:39:52

Real Madrid.

1:39:521:40:01

The first change from Santiago Denia

as he tries to change the scoreline.

1:40:061:40:19

That looked a long way off back

after 30 minutes.

It did but you

1:40:241:40:29

look at the possession England were

showing and their performance in the

1:40:291:40:33

semifinal against Brazil and the

belief was there, even though they

1:40:331:40:35

had gone 2-0 down and that has been

proven right. A lot of hard work. A

1:40:351:40:44

lot of disciplined defending. But

certainly a lot of belief and

1:40:441:40:46

quality.

Panzo felt that might have

gone on of play from Torres. Sergio

1:40:461:40:54

Gomez. Ferran Torres to cross for

Spain. It is Miranda!

Spain corner.

1:40:541:41:07

Panzo needed to stay pushed in for

the second phase of that attack.

1:41:071:41:12

Letting him cross that into the box

is always dangerous and on a rare

1:41:121:41:16

occasion, Phil Foden does not check

his shoulder and gets dispossessed

1:41:161:41:20

but the shot is closed down with

good defending.

Five goals already

1:41:201:41:24

in what has been an open final.

Still 17.5 minutes to go. Spain

1:41:241:41:30

corner. The goalkeeper did not get

there. Latibeaudiere got the first

1:41:301:41:34

header in and that was off the line

by Sessegnon! Spain appealing, they

1:41:341:41:39

thought they had equalised. But

Steve Sessegnon, with a clearance to

1:41:391:41:46

keep it at 3-2.

I am not sure where

Curtis was going, there was a

1:41:461:41:54

handball just before the goal-line

clearance but great play on the line

1:41:541:41:58

by Steve Sessegnon. Good composure.

Making sure he gets both feet behind

1:41:581:42:03

the ball and clears it. Curtis

Anderson has to be careful, if he is

1:42:031:42:09

coming from those crosses he needs

to make them his.

That was painful

1:42:091:42:12

for Foden.

England free kick. That

is what usually happens with the

1:42:121:42:17

best player in the park, if you

cannot stop him one way, kick him.

1:42:171:42:22

Is that why you never got kicked?

LAUGHTER

1:42:221:42:28

Latibeaudiere. This is far from

finished. Hudson-Odoi. His pace is

1:42:281:42:38

again a problem, brilliant from

Hudson-Odoi. He was trying to guide

1:42:381:42:43

that into Brewster.

Victor in the

way. Jaume is having nightmares

1:42:431:42:49

about Hudson-Odoi, he cannot handle

his physicality and explosive pace

1:42:491:42:52

and he needs help on the right-hand

side. Hudson-Odoi, great ability to

1:42:521:42:58

keep repeating these sprints,

fantastic fitness levels.

Short to

1:42:581:43:04

McEachran. Latibeaudiere jumping at

the back post. Foden. Cleared by

1:43:041:43:13

Miranda. Lovely linkup between Foden

and Gibbs-White. That has broken for

1:43:131:43:23

Gibbs-White again. What a reverse

pass to Foden!

Street at Fernandez.

1:43:231:43:29

Great interaction between those two

players. Foden showing great

1:43:291:43:36

disguise on his passing. A little

bit weak on the final product once

1:43:361:43:39

again but I think if the penny

drops, he will be clinical in the

1:43:391:43:44

final third and you will have some

player on your hands.

Phil Foden,

1:43:441:43:48

injured in Croatia in the final of

the Euros, scored against Spain in

1:43:481:43:52

what he thought was the winning

goal, until that equaliser six

1:43:521:43:56

minutes into stoppage time for Spain

forcing penalties. He has done the

1:43:561:44:01

same here, England in front but here

comes Ferran Torres.

Panzo with the

1:44:011:44:08

recovery. I think Panzo at left-back

for England is really on his last

1:44:081:44:13

legs. He looks like he is really

struggling. To move about the pitch.

1:44:131:44:20

I think Steve has got to look at

maybe changing him. If not, it could

1:44:201:44:28

cost him.

Sessegnon with the

substitute, Lara.

A few darker arts

1:44:281:44:42

are coming out from the Spanish

players, lingering tackles, stuff

1:44:421:44:47

off the ball.

The biggest game of

their lives and the biggest crowd of

1:44:471:44:51

their lives. It really has captured

the imagination in India, this

1:44:511:44:55

tournament. As we have our

second-half cooling break. Plenty

1:44:551:45:03

for Spain to think about.

The boys

will be feeling that fatigue. They

1:45:031:45:11

will be glad for this rest, to get

rehydrated, a bit of a team talk

1:45:111:45:17

with Steve Cooper. He will probably

ask the players, especially Jonathan

1:45:171:45:22

Panzo, how he is feeling. But

really, both sets of players have

1:45:221:45:27

earned a lot of credit for the tempo

of this match, especially in this

1:45:271:45:32

heat and humidity.

Mike Marsh having

a word with Rhian Brewster. A few of

1:45:321:45:43

them over with the England physio,

who was part of Simpson's staff for

1:45:431:45:47

the Under 20 squad. He would be the

only member of the staff to get

1:45:471:45:54

medals at the World Cup with Under

20 and Under 17 levels. As you watch

1:45:541:45:59

reruns of all of the goals and this

one is the most important.

Really

1:45:591:46:03

good technique. On the weaker side,

Phil Foden on his right hand side,

1:46:031:46:09

he watches that contact right onto

his foot. Just in case of any little

1:46:091:46:13

bubble. Talking about the physio,

can we take him to Russia? You never

1:46:131:46:17

know!

He has not won this yet. Steve

Cooper will know that.

This is going

1:46:171:46:29

to drag on for Steve Cooper, this

last 14 minutes of play.

Playback

1:46:291:46:37

under way. England have scored 21

goals in this tournament. Rhian

1:46:371:46:48

Brewster has eight of them. It is

that one from Phil Foden, is that

1:46:481:46:56

enough for England to get their

hands on the World Cup trophy?

1:46:561:47:01

Spain free kick. He solved all of

his problems, lack of discipline as

1:47:061:47:13

Lara got to his feet, let him have

it and don't let him turn. Little

1:47:131:47:18

bit of tiredness from England.

Trying to win the ball back to

1:47:181:47:21

Italy. -- much too eagerly.

1:47:211:47:28

Foden stopped. Moukhliss for Spain.

The full-back... Thankfully did not

1:47:321:47:47

get the greatest connection.

Getting

the best of Hudson-Odoi. And driving

1:47:471:47:54

into the heart of the defence. Just

a weak shot at the end of it.

He was

1:47:541:48:03

called in the summer, the Right back

for Barcelona.

He will be glad of

1:48:031:48:12

the respite, Hudson-Odoi, the other

way.

1:48:121:48:15

Brewster's Fleck, just a fraction

strong for Gibbs-White.

1:48:231:48:34

Ruiz. Sessegnon with the challenge,

Ruiz carries on. The first time all

1:48:391:48:45

day but Spain's main man has been

prominent.

Yes, he looked very

1:48:451:48:52

dangerous, anticipating that sliding

tackle. I think it is the first time

1:48:521:48:55

I had seen a player going to ground

when he is not 100% going to win the

1:48:551:49:01

ball. Just a little bit of fatigue

on the decision-making, he has to

1:49:011:49:05

stay concentrated. We have a

substitution.

Kirby. Is the man who

1:49:051:49:14

was entering the fray. Gibbs-White,

who scored that second England goal,

1:49:141:49:21

is the man to depart. Kirby is that

Russell Palace. -- Crystal Palace.

1:49:211:49:31

The Spurs Academy in the summer. His

third substitute appearance having

1:49:311:49:36

appeared against Iraq. And Blanco

departs for Spain, to be replaced by

1:49:361:49:43

Carlos byes of Villarreal.

Excellent

contribution by Gibbs-White. He

1:49:431:49:51

played his part. Hopefully Kirby can

give a lot of energy for the last

1:49:511:49:56

ten minutes.

Torres.

1:49:561:50:00

Cleared by Guehi.

1:50:111:50:14

Free forward -- three forward for

Spain. Still Lara against Sessegnon.

1:50:221:50:30

Brilliant from Steve Sessegnon.

Fantastic defending, waiting for his

1:50:301:50:35

time to nick the ball. Winning back

quite convincingly, against a very

1:50:351:50:40

looking Lara. It looks like he has

got good balance, waiting for a

1:50:401:50:45

mistake from the defender.

Sessegnon

trying to equal his twin brother,

1:50:451:50:51

Ryan, in winning a major tournament

with an England development team.

1:50:511:50:57

His twin brother has made faster

progress in full's first-team

1:50:571:51:01

although Steve made his debut before

this tournament in the league cup

1:51:011:51:06

against Wycombe Wanderers.

Highly

thought of by Fulham. The parents

1:51:061:51:10

must be proud as punch. Good genes

as well but talent is not born, it

1:51:101:51:15

is worked for.

Credit to both boys.

Their cousin, Stephan Sessegnon,

1:51:151:51:22

formerly of Sunderland 's...

Hudson-Odoi was through there! Jaume

1:51:221:51:28

with the foul. It'll be a yellow

card the Paraguayan referee.

Almost

1:51:281:51:34

like a last-ditch tackle.

Hanley.

Hanson was about as well. Both

1:51:341:51:49

Spanish full-backs shown the yellow

card.

Hudson-Odoi was away. That was

1:51:491:51:57

cynical, he realises the scenario of

the situation. 3-2 down, minutes to

1:51:571:52:03

go, if he gets through, it is game

over, probably the right decision.

1:52:031:52:09

They don't show that in coaching

manuals but in the thick of it, that

1:52:091:52:12

is what you have to do for your

team.

1:52:121:52:15

In from Hudson-Odoi. Can they

finish? It is Guehi! The Chelsea

1:52:201:52:30

defender with the girl that might

well win the Under 17 World Cup for

1:52:301:52:38

England! -- with the goal. 4-2 they

lead in a final where they were two

1:52:381:52:44

down.

This is so selfless.

Latibeaudiere could have gone for

1:52:441:52:52

the glory. Ironically, it is his

central defensive partner who got

1:52:521:52:56

the rewards. 4-2, England. This is

an unattainable lead, I feel, but

1:52:561:53:03

England will go on to win the World

Cup. Brilliant play, keeping it

1:53:031:53:08

alive. Nice and alert to finish it

off. Fantastically well worked goal

1:53:081:53:15

from the free kick, great delivery

into the box. 4-2 to England.

What a

1:53:151:53:22

turnaround! The Chelsea defender,

they won the youth cup last season,

1:53:221:53:31

he was captain of England at the

Euros when they were beaten in the

1:53:311:53:34

final by Spain. He has given them a

non-2-goal cushion with little live

1:53:341:53:39

five minutes to play as Nacho Diaz

has a final role of the dice for

1:53:391:53:44

Spain. The Villarreal attacker. And

it was he who got the equaliser,

1:53:441:53:53

Diaz, the substitute, in the sixth

minute of stoppage time to make it

1:53:531:53:58

2-2 at the Euros but Spain need more

than just one here.

Good defending.

1:53:581:54:05

Stay on your feet, forcing that

question. Just running that out of

1:54:051:54:09

play. Trying to force the ball to

that deadline. And getting into the

1:54:091:54:15

box. Excellent defending. Just

concentration now. Concentration,

1:54:151:54:19

making sure there are no silly

individual errors. Superb spirit

1:54:191:54:24

from England.

We can talk to Paul

Simpson, the Under 20 winning coach.

1:54:241:54:36

Put into context the character these

boys have shown from 2-0 down to

1:54:361:54:41

lead 4-2.

Absolutely immense. We

talk about their resilience, mental

1:54:411:54:48

toughness, the character of English

players and I think they have shown

1:54:481:54:51

everything. 2-0 down, they just kept

going, they have rallied around,

1:54:511:54:56

they have a little wobble in the

first-half but they picked

1:54:561:54:59

themselves up and what a second-half

comeback this has been? They

1:54:591:55:04

thoroughly deserved to be 4-2 up.

They look as if they still have

1:55:041:55:08

energy to get going and keep

pushing. And maybe make it even more

1:55:081:55:12

emphatic.

Well... George McEachran,

the brother of Josh, will depart for

1:55:121:55:22

the final three and a half minutes,

Conor Gallagher, his team-mate, he

1:55:221:55:29

has just signed professional with

the Premier League champions,

1:55:291:55:33

Chelsea. He has been there since the

age of six. He will come on and get

1:55:331:55:38

a taste of this final. As it stands,

it will go down in history.

1:55:381:55:45

Remember, no team from England at

this age group have got past the

1:55:451:55:50

quarterfinals of this tournament.

Before they set off for India. Only

1:55:501:55:53

one team ever has won the Under 20

World Cup and the Under 17 World Cup

1:55:531:55:59

in the same calendar year and that

was Brazil and that puts this into

1:55:591:56:04

context, what Brazil, on the back of

Paul's team, and on the verge of a

1:56:041:56:09

cognition.

It highlights how

important St George's Park has been,

1:56:091:56:13

how good the players are coming

through. And you look at how calmly

1:56:131:56:18

they were 2-0 down, they stayed

believing, belief in each other,

1:56:181:56:23

with the manager and the shape and

formation, it never wavered and we

1:56:231:56:27

have got their reward. Outstanding

play, they stuck to the game plan.

1:56:271:56:33

Hudson-Odoi, Foden is on! Can get

even better? Foden! The party can

1:56:331:56:40

begin! Two for Foden, five for

England and an Under 17 World Cup

1:56:401:56:50

for England! And this calendar year

of English development football has

1:56:501:56:57

just got even better! They will be

double World Cup winners. And a date

1:56:571:57:05

that will go down in history.

England five, Spain two. What a pass

1:57:051:57:12

this was! It reminds me of the goal

from Brazil, it was just floated

1:57:121:57:19

over, he took it first time on that

occasion but Phil Foden, surely the

1:57:191:57:25

player of the tournament? The impact

he has had, his displays, the

1:57:251:57:30

performance, he has shown everything

and what about that composure? Once

1:57:301:57:34

again, on his weaker side, amazing

finish and to be 2-0 down, I cannot

1:57:341:57:40

over emphasise what an amazing

comeback this is for England and

1:57:401:57:43

what resolve the players have shown.

Two goals for the man that Pep

1:57:431:57:48

Guardiola said yesterday would have

made his first-team debut in the

1:57:481:57:56

League Cup if he stayed with Man

City but they wanted him to go with

1:57:561:57:59

England and try to win a tournament

and he has settled it.

Amazing! And

1:57:591:58:02

if you look at his performances, the

way human abilities the ball, his

1:58:021:58:06

enthusiasm, he has gone from

training every day with Manchester

1:58:061:58:11

City's first-team, who are blowing

the Premier League apart, coming

1:58:111:58:15

here, he humbled himself, proud to

wear the Three Lions, and what a

1:58:151:58:19

performance, not just today but in

this final and whole tournament.

1:58:191:58:26

Gomez of Manchester United is on for

Oakley-Boothe for the final few

1:58:261:58:29

seconds. This really has captured

the imagination of the nation. I

1:58:291:58:35

heard this morning that the Duke of

Cambridge, nonetheless, said Steve

1:58:351:58:44

Cooper and good luck message to the

whole team.

I think it shows how it

1:58:441:58:47

has captured the whole of the

country, we get behind our young

1:58:471:58:51

boys and the performance they have

given us in return is nothing short

1:58:511:58:55

of stunning. Their conduct on the

pitch, the discipline and fitness

1:58:551:59:01

levels in the latter stages of this

match have been exemplary. I think

1:59:011:59:05

Steve Cooper needs a heap of praise

because his performance has been

1:59:051:59:09

brilliant.

He will be left to

reflect on what on earth went wrong

1:59:091:59:16

for Spain. You would think he will

hold his hand up and say the better

1:59:161:59:21

team won?

It was always quite a

close game, even when Spain were 2-0

1:59:211:59:27

up.

Just a sign of Spain's emotions

running out of control again. Sergio

1:59:271:59:38

Gomez is the most sensible because

he is pushing back Tories and Jaume.

1:59:381:59:45

And that is a yellow card for

Brewster. He could do well to move

1:59:451:59:49

away from this confrontation.

There

is nothing to be gained. You stand

1:59:491:59:57

up for yourself on the pitch,

sometimes people come into your

1:59:572:00:01

personal space you have got to stand

up for yourself but there is no

2:00:012:00:04

point at this stage getting in

anything. Frustration from the

2:00:042:00:09

Spaniards again. I don't want to see

it. Gomez did excellent for the

2:00:092:00:17

Spanish team, he has experienced.

Foden is the subject of the Spanish

2:00:172:00:23

frustrations. Latibeaudiere is

trying to calm his opposite captain

2:00:232:00:29

down.

Phil Foden, the frustrations

can get the better of these young

2:00:292:00:36

men.

2:00:362:00:40

If anyone is going to frustrate you,

he's going to be the man!

It must be

2:00:402:00:48

a hard one for the Spanish youngster

to take having been 2-0 up after 31

2:00:482:00:53

minutes.

But I honestly believe at

this age, you win or you learn and

2:00:532:00:57

if you don't learn, you lose, so

you've got to try to take the

2:00:572:01:00

positives from the game, learn from

your experience and move forward.

2:01:002:01:03

Like I said earlier, they are on the

first rung of the ladder towards a

2:01:032:01:07

professional career and they need to

learn from situations like this and

2:01:072:01:09

keep their discipline and composure.

This will taste sweet, of course,

2:01:092:01:14

having lost to Spain on penalties in

the European Championship final in

2:01:142:01:18

the summer in Croatia. That is an

England free kick.

Yeah, revenge

2:01:182:01:22

will taste sweet for these boys,

especially the six or seven that

2:01:222:01:26

played in that game and got beat.

But if you had the choice, European

2:01:262:01:30

or World Cup winners, I think you

would go over the latter.

In all

2:01:302:01:34

seriousness, Steve Cooper said they

have to learn and show character

2:01:342:01:38

from that agonising penalty shoot

out defeat. They have not folded and

2:01:382:01:42

here is the evidence.

Absolutely no

way on earth were they going to let

2:01:422:01:47

this get to penalties, even at 2-0

down, I always thought the belief

2:01:472:01:52

was there, individually and

collectively, that this group of

2:01:522:01:54

players believed in each other and

they have shown that proved it to

2:01:542:01:57

each other. Let's hope a lot of

these can stay together, gain

2:01:572:02:01

experience at their respective clubs

and come back for the underage teens

2:02:012:02:05

and do it all again. -- for the

under 18s.

When you say in football,

2:02:052:02:16

as these moments, like me you have

to take it and enjoyed. Look at them

2:02:162:02:19

on the line, they know they are in

the last minute of stoppage time,

2:02:192:02:23

seconds away from the biggest

adoration of their lives.

Listen,

2:02:232:02:27

full credit to Steve Cooper and the

coaching staff and a medical team,

2:02:272:02:31

the fitness boys, the chefs,

everyone because they've been away

2:02:312:02:34

for over 30 days, this group of

players, and to keep them

2:02:342:02:38

entertained, to keep them enjoying

training and each other's company, I

2:02:382:02:40

think it is a real challenge in

itself and the way these boys have

2:02:402:02:44

performed...

History is made! For

the first time in the under 17 age

2:02:442:02:53

group, England have won the World

Cup. And for the second time in one

2:02:532:03:00

calendar year, two different age

groups have got their hands on the

2:03:002:03:03

trophy, after the under 20s success,

it is Steve Cooper's team who have

2:03:032:03:09

come to India in a tournament where

they have never got past the

2:03:092:03:14

quarterfinals and won it and they

have done something that only Brazil

2:03:142:03:19

had previously done, and won the

under 20 and under 17 World Cups in

2:03:192:03:24

the same calendar year and they have

done it from two goals down, to win

2:03:242:03:31

5-2.

Yeah, epic scenes, you can see

both sides of the emotion, adulation

2:03:312:03:35

with the England players, emotional,

so happy, in tears, it shows how

2:03:352:03:40

much it means to them but on the

flip side, you know, you can see the

2:03:402:03:45

Spanish players. Lower than a

snake's belly and they will

2:03:452:03:48

hopefully learn from this but what

an achievement, what a performance

2:03:482:03:51

on this young man, he's been a

player of the tournament, there's

2:03:512:03:55

the Golden Boot winner, they have

scored the most goals and conceded

2:03:552:03:58

the least, if that is not proof that

they deserved to win it, they've had

2:03:582:04:02

to come back from 2-0 down and

really dig themselves out of the

2:04:022:04:06

hole and do it with style and they

did.

Steve Cooper, trying to take it

2:04:062:04:11

in. Look at the England players

celebrating.

I'm not sure about the

2:04:112:04:18

Wonderbras!

To come back from two

goals down in the final, to come

2:04:182:04:22

back from the penalty shoot out

partake in the European final in the

2:04:222:04:26

summer against the same opposition,

maturity, character, and they

2:04:262:04:33

deserve every accolade that is

coming their way, an exciting group

2:04:332:04:38

of England players who really have

performed collectively in their time

2:04:382:04:43

in India. Tears for Spain. But sheer

celebration for England. Marc Guehi,

2:04:432:04:51

there, the man who got the fourth,

two for Foden and a word for

2:04:512:04:56

Brewster, his eighth of the

tournament and just look at what it

2:04:562:05:01

means to those England players.

2:05:012:05:05

And Brewster, with eight goals,

collect the Golden Boot award but

2:05:082:05:16

that really only was significant if

his team or World Cup winners and

2:05:162:05:21

that man, Latibeaudiere, is minutes

away from lifting the trophy but

2:05:212:05:25

this is a day they will remember

that the rest of their lives, this

2:05:252:05:29

is another significant day in the

development of these English youth

2:05:292:05:32

football teams. Listen to this,

England are under 17 World Cup

2:05:322:05:37

winners. STUDIO:

2:05:372:05:42

England are under 17 World Cup

winners. STUDIO: It is absolutely

2:05:422:05:43

incredible, we are catching our

breath here in the studio. What an

2:05:432:05:49

incredible comeback, 2-0 down in the

first half, it was back to 2-1, you

2:05:492:05:55

would not think they were able to

bring it back, though.

Absolutely

2:05:552:06:00

outstanding, second-half

performance, such character to come

2:06:002:06:02

back, delighted for everybody. Five

years ago, when we built St George's

2:06:022:06:08

Park, I don't think we expected this

so it is brilliant, it is really

2:06:082:06:12

good, they thoroughly deserved the

victory today, outstanding

2:06:122:06:15

second-half performance, showed real

character.

Just to remind the viewer

2:06:152:06:20

is on BBC Two, we will stay with you

until 5:30pm, the trophy

2:06:202:06:24

presentation will take place in

around 20 minutes and you want to

2:06:242:06:28

watch that, it will be live on the

red button for you. In the meantime,

2:06:282:06:37

let's carry on, take a look at the

pictures and what is happening out

2:06:372:06:40

there. What does that say about the

maturity of this team, how they can

2:06:402:06:42

come back and overcome the heartache

of losing to Spain on penalties in

2:06:422:06:45

the European Championships and to

come back and do this?

The goal just

2:06:452:06:49

before half-time I think was

crucial. At that point, England

2:06:492:06:52

looked a bit dejected, looked out of

it at that point. Brilliant cross

2:06:522:06:57

looked a bit dejected, looked out of

it at that point. Brilliant cross

2:06:572:06:58

into the box, Brewster getting

England back in it just before

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half-time. And then just after

half-time, this gives them fresh

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legs, a bit of an adrenaline rush,

to come out second half and really

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have a go at Spain and that is how

they get back to 2-2, you know,

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Foden was involved in that and I

mean, Foden was exceptional through

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the game. He is an absolute talent.

But what England did, and they did

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not do it so much in the first half,

they got in behind the Spanish

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defence which was where people were

either running at people, even that

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ball, just clipping over the top of

the defence, headed back in, very

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unselfish and a simple tap in. At

this point, England are seller

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rating and Paul, you will know, you

can tell us what it feels like to be

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in this situation!

It is an

incredible feeling, it really is,

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brilliant to watch. We have taken

Spain to the cleaners in the second

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half, we really have, the way we

have dominated the ball, dominated

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from going behind,

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have dominated the ball, dominated

from going behind, shown ability.

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Foden's goal looks a simple tap in

but he had to work to get in at the

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far post, kept up with Hudson-Odoi,

kept pace with him, got the tap in.

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It is an unbelievable feeling.

We

often talk about mentality with

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English teams and they look a bit

out of it at 2-0 down but they got

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back to 2-2 and they came and played

with freedom in the second half,

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expressed themselves and they looked

far superior. All credit to them,

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absolutely magnificent.

It was not

as though Spain had dropped off

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entirely, they were rattled by the

second goal but England just stepped

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up again and maybe another three.

In

the second half, they show the level

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of performance they have shown

through the competition. That is

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what we were hoping for and

expecting them because those are the

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levels they have got. In the first

half, they looked a bit nervous and

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they got a bit of a jolt from the

goals, but great finishes, workrate

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and attitude, you look at the

celebrations, every one of the

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players from the bench was out there

celebrating together and what a

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wonderful feeling to be involved in

it.

Absolutely. My thanks to Paul

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and Danny. We will continue on the

red button to see England lifting

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the trophy. They are the under 17

world champions. Maybe this is the

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golden generation after all.

Goodbye.

There will be a new name on

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the World Cup trophy today.

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Goodbye.

There will be a new name on

the World Cup trophy today. It is

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him again! Brewster! England in

front for the first time in the

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final! Can they finish it off? It is

Guehi! The Chelsea defender with the

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goal that might well win the under

17 World Cup for England!

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