England and Spain lock horns in the first-ever all- European summit clash of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup which will have a new champion on Saturday after a record-breaking tournament.
It was England's first appearance in the under-17 final, and Spain's fourth without success. Fast forward to the "big one" in India, England got their chance to celebrate - and without the nerves of penalties. Sergio Gomez of Spain scored twice in the 10th and 31st minute to take Spain to a 2-1 lead against England. Gomez, looked offside, as he found himself near the England defensive line but on further analysis he was played on by an England player.
England's comeback kicked off with Rhian Brewster's goal. The Three Lions could have levelled matters but fore being denied by a fingertip save and earlier by the post.
England hit back through Liverpool's Rhian Brewster, who headed in Steven Sessegnon's cross from the right close to halftime and levelled at 2-2 when Gibbs-White turned in another Sessegnon pass to finish a slick move on 58 minutes.
Phil Foden, England's man of the match, made it 3-2 in the 69th minute which sparked wild celebrations from Cooper's entire squad in the corner of the pitch.