England Vs. Chile :-
Jadon Sancho’s second-half brace and a late objective from substitute Angel Gomes helped England to a Four-Zero win over Chile in Group F.
England took an early lead by means of Callum Hudson-Odoi within the fifth minute. Sancho made it 2-Zero within the 51st minute, tapping in from shut vary after Chile didn’t clear a cross from the precise. He doubled his tally within the 60th, getting on the finish of George McEachran’s cross from the precise with a side-footed end previous the keeper.
Chile, who didn’t register a single shot on track within the recreation, went all the way down to 10 males within the 79th minute when Julio Borquez was proven a straight crimson. Gomes, who got here on for Hudson-Odoi within the 67th minute, made it Four-Zero from the ensuing set piece with an excellent free-kick from the sting of the field.
England coach Steve Cooper didn’t begin with Manchester United’s Angel Gomes however nonetheless utterly dominated the primary half with overwhelming 70 per cent possession.
Sancho, who lately joined Borussia Dortmund from Manchester Metropolis, was additionally concerned in England’s opening objective, weaving his manner by means of the Chile field from the left to arrange Hudson Odoi.
England may have doubled their lead within the 19th minute however Rhian Brewster missed a sitter from shut distance.
Chile keeper Borquez’s nightmarish day ended within the 79th minute when he was despatched off for a harsh problem on Brewster. Chile, who had already made three substitutions, had been pressured to ask midfielder Branco Provoste to take cost beneath the goalpost.
France Vs. New Caledonia :-
The French U17 team did fare pretty well in its inaugural match in the World Cup on Sunday. Facing New Caledonia, the Bleuets demolished the opposition (7-1) and claimed early stakes for being the favorites. Having scored eight goals in the last Euro in Croatia, Amini Gouri started this new competition on almost identical bases. The young Lyon striker scored twice (2-0 in the 19th, 4-0 in the 33rd) and delivered a decisive pass for his captain Claudio Gomes (3-0 at the 30th). The dynamic center-forward was an impact player throughout his time on the pitch, came out a little before the hour of play (57th).
The youngest player in the selection, Willem Geubbels , played the whole game, and was involved in the opening goal France scored and was also involved in couple of more goals creating chances from the side. The winger also caused a penalty missed by Lyonnais Maxence Caqueret(54th). Before that, the midfielder had scored (5-0 to the 40th). Going 6-0 at the half time and securing the match, French relaxed at the return from the locker room, allowing their opponents to save the honor at the end of the game (90th). The young Rennais Wilson finally sealed the success of the Tricolores (7-1, 90 + 1e). The other OL-trained player, Melvin Brad , stayed on the bench all the match. The French will face Japan next Wednesday and going by the display of 2 teams in first group games it will be a crispy affair.