England, Spain Battle For Glory in The Final

FIFA U-17 World Cup Final Phil Foden gives England historic win over European champions Spain

FIFA U-17 World Cup Final Phil Foden gives England historic win over European champions Spain

England: 1 Curtis Anderson (Manchester City); 18 Steven Sessegnon (Fulham), 15 Joel Latibeaudiere (capt; Manchester City), 5 Marc Guehi (Chelsea), 6 Jonathan Panzo (Chelsea); 8 Tashan Oakley-Boothe (Tottenham Hotspur), 4 George McEachran (Chelsea); 7 Phil Foden (Manchester City), 19 Morgan Gibbs-White (Wolverhampton Wanderers), 14 Callum Hudson-Odoi (Chelsea); 9 Rhian Brewster (Liverpool). The six out of seven games we have played out here.it's been an wonderful experience. Players and the management were fantastic all throughout the tournament.

"We were two goals down, but my boys never played a long ball".

"A little bit surreal", Cooper said of the feeling. The way they turned around the game after halftime deserves special mention and praise. We were back out early raring to go and we won 5-2'.

Campbell turned out 73 times for the England national team between 1996 and 2007 including in three World Cups.

Spain rallied and could've equalised if it wasn't for Sessegnon's block on the line, but England remained in control and restricted their opponents to half chances.

When suggested that England defeated Spain in the latter's style of playing short and crisp ground passes, the coach replied: "We beat them in our own game". It's been a journey", revealed the gaffer, who further added, "It's a recognition of English football. I may be better tomorrow once I realise what we have done.

"We didn't get the best start but we got in at half-time, got the team together and came out firing in the second half". "I think it was against the run of play", Cooper said.

Roll of honour: Rhian Brewster (Golden Boot), Gabriel Brazao of Brazil (Golden Glove) and Philip Foden (Golden Ball) with their awards on Saturday. They interact with the staff and show respect. "Important to let them enjoy", replied the 37 year-old, when asked about how the English internationals were soaking in their big moment. Spanish U-17 coach Santiago Denia was heartbroken at the loss but said he's proud of the work showed by the team. Results didn't go India U17s way but they can take massive heart out of their performances.

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