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England vs Spain: 5 players to watch out for in the FIFA U17 World Cup final

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The World Cup extravaganza reaches it peak as the city of joy dresses itself beautifully to host the U17 World Cup final. The stage is set for an all European clash as England and Spain lock hornes against each other.

So we here at LNTUP are having at look at the top 5 players who have impressed us the most from both teams:

Phil Foden (ENGLAND)

This young midfielder from Manchester City is technically gifted with a great left foot. England’s hero in group stage was definitely Jadon Sancho but after hid departure Phil Foden has taken responsibilities on his shoulders. He mostly orchestrated all of England’s attack and his inch perfct passes has resulted in match winning goals.

Rhian Brewster (ENGLAND)

 

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This lad from Liverpool was not quite at his best during the group stages but the forward did his feet and scored back to back hattricks against USA and Brail in the quater-finals and semi-finals respectively, The Red’s striker is very good reader of the game and always appears in posiitons he needs to be. He is also the highest goal scorer in the tournament with 8 goals. His poaching skills are impressive and with experience and proper nurturing he can be a top level striker for the Three Lions.

Abel Ruiz (SPAIN)

This La Masia product is one of the best prospects in Spain. The La Roja captain has been a total joy to watch for the Indian crowd. He likes to get behind the opponent’s defense and is obviously a great threat to any defense. Ruiz has scored six goals and is the 2nd highest goal scorer in the tournament just two goals behind Rhian Brewster.

Ferran Torres (SPAIN)

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His impressive performances has not been overlooked as top La Liga clubs are keeping close tabs on him. Torres is player mainly driven with passion and precision and his technical brilliance is witnessed by his ability to feed balls to Abel Ruiz. Torres acts as the main man connecting midfield with attack and provides great support to their main man Abel Ruiz.

Jonathan Panzo (ENGLAND)

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Panzo is the heartbeat of the Young Lions’ defense. This Chelsea prospect has been very solid at the back especially with his fearless challenges and good vison to play the ball from the back. Panzo was excellent all tournament but he was exceptional against Brazil and the selecao struggled against him on counter attacks.This lad definitely has a bright future ahead of him.