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FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 final: England beat Spain 5-2 to become champions

England win their maiden FIFA U-17 World Cup title by defeating Spain 5-2 in an impressive comeback to be crowned champions.
  • Spain were leading 2-0 in the first half with brilliant attack play which stunned the Three Lions. But England pulled one back just before half time which changed the entire outcome of the match. England's Marc Guehi celebrates after scoring the third goal for his team during the FIFA U-17 World Cup final match between England and Spain in Kolkata, India.
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    Spain were leading 2-0 in the first half with brilliant attack play which stunned the Three Lions. But England pulled one back just before half time which changed the entire outcome of the match. England's Marc Guehi celebrates after scoring the third goal for his team during the FIFA U-17 World Cup final match between England and Spain in Kolkata, India.

  • The La Rojitas had been outshined by the Englishmen in the second half which turned the game on its head. Sergio Gomez's brace wasn't enough as England attacked from all sides. Spain's soccer players watch the award ceremony after they lost the FIFA U-17 World Cup final match to England in Kolkata, India.
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    The La Rojitas had been outshined by the Englishmen in the second half which turned the game on its head. Sergio Gomez's brace wasn't enough as England attacked from all sides. Spain's soccer players watch the award ceremony after they lost the FIFA U-17 World Cup final match to England in Kolkata, India.

  • Golden Boot winner England's Rhian Brewster, left, Golden Glove winner Brazil's Gabriel Brazao, center, and Golden Ball winner England's Philip Foden pose with their trophies during the presentation ceremony of FIFA U-17 World Cup in Kolkata, India.
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    Golden Boot winner England's Rhian Brewster, left, Golden Glove winner Brazil's Gabriel Brazao, center, and Golden Ball winner England's Philip Foden pose with their trophies during the presentation ceremony of FIFA U-17 World Cup in Kolkata, India.

  • FIFA President Giovanni Vincenzo Infantino, left, stands beside the trophy with chief minister of West Bengal state Mamata Banerjee, and AIFF President Praful Patel during the FIFA U-17 World Cup final match award ceremony in Kolkata, India.
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    FIFA President Giovanni Vincenzo Infantino, left, stands beside the trophy with chief minister of West Bengal state Mamata Banerjee, and AIFF President Praful Patel during the FIFA U-17 World Cup final match award ceremony in Kolkata, India.

  • India created history yet again as they broke as the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 record as the most attended U-17 WC in all. They broke China's record which was created in 1985 to become the highest viewed and attended tournament. Fans stretch their hands out towards soccer players during the FIFA U-17 World Cup final match between England and Spain in Kolkata, India.
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    India created history yet again as they broke as the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 record as the most attended U-17 WC in all. They broke China's record which was created in 1985 to become the highest viewed and attended tournament. Fans stretch their hands out towards soccer players during the FIFA U-17 World Cup final match between England and Spain in Kolkata, India.

  • The FIFA U-17 World Cup champions, England. The Three Lions have come a long way in the tournament to be crowned the winners. England's team members celebrate during the presentation ceremony after winning the the FIFA U-17 World Cup trophy in Kolkata, India.
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    The FIFA U-17 World Cup champions, England. The Three Lions have come a long way in the tournament to be crowned the winners. England's team members celebrate during the presentation ceremony after winning the the FIFA U-17 World Cup trophy in Kolkata, India.

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