YOUTH U-20 WORLD CUP SOUTH KOREA 2017 KNOCKOUT STAGE



YOUTH U-20 WORLD CUP SOUTH KOREA 2017 KNOCKOUT STAGE TABLE



ROUND OF 16 QUARTER-FINALS SEMI-FINALS 3RD PLACE MATCH FINAL
South Korean flagSOUTH KOREA 1
Portuguese flagPORTUGAL 3
Portuguese flagPORTUGAL 2-4P
Uruguay flagURUGUAY 2-5P
Uruguay flagURUGUAY 1
Saudi Arabia flagSAUDI ARABIA 0 Uruguay flagURUGUAY 1-3P
Venezuela flagVENEZUELA 1-ET Venezuela flagVENEZUELA 1-4P
Japanese flagJAPAN 0-ET
Venezuela flagVENEZUELA 2-ET
United States of America flagUSA 1-ET
United States of America flagUSA 6
New Zealand flagNEW ZEALAND 0 Uruguay flagURUGUAY 0-1P Venezuela flagVENEZUELA 0
French flagFRANCE 1 Italian flagITALY 0-4P English flagENGLAND 1
Italian flagITALY 2
Italian flagITALY 3-ET
Zambian flagZAMBIA 2-ET
Zambian flagZAMBIA 4-ET
German flagGERMANY 3-ET Italian flagITALY 1
Mexican flagMEXICO 1 English flagENGLAND 3
Senegal flagSENEGAL 0
Mexican flagMEXICO 0
English flagENGLAND 1
English flagENGLAND 2
Costa Rica flagCOSTA RICA 1

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U-20 WORLD CUP SOUTH KOREA 2017 ROUND OF 16

-37) VENEZUELA Venezuela flag 1-0 Japanese flag JAPAN (30/05/2017)

GOALS: (1-0) Yangel Herrera (108').

Venue: Daejeon World Cup Stadium, Daejeon (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Venezuela: 1.-Wuilker Farinez; 2.-Williams Velasquez, 4.-Nahuel Ferraresi, 5.-Jose Hernandez, 7.-Adalberto Penaranda (11.-Ronaldo Chacon, 97'), 8.-Yangel Herrera, 9.-Ronaldo Pena (13.-Jan Carlos Hurtado, 120'+4'), 10.-Yeferson Soteldo (18.-Luis Ruiz, 113'), 16.-Ronaldo Lucena, 19.-Sergio Cordova (15.-Samuel Sosa, 120'), 20.-Ronald Hernandez.

Head Coach: Rafael Dudamel (VEN).

Japan: 1.-Ryosuke Kojima; 2.-So Fujitani, 3.-Yuta Nakayama, 5.-Takehiro Tomiyasu, 7.-Ritsu Doan, 8.-Koji Miyoshi (11.-Keita Endo, 54'), 13.-Yuto Iwasaki (14.-Kyosuke Tagawa, 112'), 15.-Daiki Sugioka, 16.-Teruki Hara, 17.-Mizuki Ichimaru (4.-Ko Itakura, 76'), 18.-Tsukasa Morishima (20.-Takefusa Kubo, 63').

Head Coach: Atsushi Uchiyama (JPN).

Referee: Bjorn Kuipers (NED).


-38) SOUTH KOREA South Korean flag 1-3 Portuguese flag PORTUGAL (30/05/2017)

GOALS: (0-1) Bruno Alexandre Vieira "Xadas" (10'); (0-2) Bruno Costa (27'); (0-3) Bruno Alexandre Vieira "Xadas" (69'); (1-3) Lee Sang-heon (81').

Venue: Cheonan Stadium, Cheonan (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

South Korea: 1.-Song Bum-keun; 2.-Yoon Jong-gyu, 4.-Jeong Tae-wook, 5.-Lee Sang-min, 6.-Lee Seung-mo, 7.-Lee Jin-hyun, 9.-Cho Young-wook, 10.-Lee Seung-woo, 11.-Ha Seung-un (16.-Lee Sang-heon, 56'), 13.-Lee You-hyeon (3.-Woo Chan-yang, 54'), 14.-Paik Seung-ho (20.-Lee Jung-moon, 82').

Head Coach: Shin Tae-yong (KOR).

Portugal: 21.-Diogo Costa; 3.-Ruben Dias, 5.-Yuri Ribeiro, 6.-Pedro Rodrigues, 7.-Diogo Goncalves, 8.-Pedro Delgado (20.-Gedson Fernandes, 65'), 10.-Bruno Alexandre Vieira "Xadas" (14.-Florentino Luis, 85'), 13.-Jorge Fernandes, 15.-Diogo Dalot, 17.-Xande Silva, 19.-Bruno Costa (16.-Miguel Luis, 73').

Head Coach: Emilio Peixe (POR).

Referee: Andres Cunha (URU).


-41) URUGUAY Uruguay flag 1-0 Saudi Arabia flag SAUDI ARABIA (31/05/2017)

GOALS: (1-0) Nicolas de la Cruz (49', Pen.).

Venue: Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Uruguay: 1.-Santiago Mele; 2.-Santiago Bueno, 4.-Jose Luis Rodriguez, 5.-Mathias Olivera, 7.-Joaquin Ardaiz (14.-Juan Manuel Boselli, 77'), 9.-Nicolas Schiappacasse (17.-Matias Vina, 90'+4'), 11.-Nicolas de la Cruz, 16.-Federico Valverde (13.-Santiago Viera, 85'), 18.-Agustin Rogel, 19.-Agustin Canobbio, 20.-Rodrigo Bentancur.

Head Coach: Fabian Coito (URU).

Saudi Arabia: 1.-Amin Bukhari; 2.-Anas Zabbani, 5.-Abdulelah Al-Amri, 6.-Sami Al-Najei, 10.-Ayman Al-Khulaif, 11.-Abdulrahman Al-Yami, 13.-Hassan Tombakti, 14.-Ali Al-Asmari, 16.-Abdurahman Al-Dossari (9.-Hassan Al-Qeed, 65'), 17.-Mohammed Al-Zubaidi (15.-Naif Kariri, 88'), 19.-Fahad Al-Rashidi (20.-Mansour Al-Muwallad, 75').

Head Coach: Saad Al-Shehri (KSA).

Referee: Janny Sikazwe (ZAM).


-39) ENGLAND English flag 2-1 Costa Rica flag COSTA RICA (31/05/2017)

GOALS: (1-0) Ademola Lookman (35'); (2-0) Ademola Lookman (63'); (2-1) Randall Leal (89').

Venue: Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonju (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

England: 1.-Freddie Woodman; 2.-Jonjoe Kenny, 4.-Lewis Cook, 5.-Fikayo Tomori, 7.-Josh Onomah (8.-Ainsley Maitland-Niles, 76'), 10.-Dominic Solanke, 11.-Ademola Lookman, 14.-Kyle Walker-Peters, 15.-Dael Fry, 16.-Dominic Calvert-Lewin (9.-Adam Armstrong, 71'), 18.-Kieran Dowell (17.-Harrison Chapman, 84').

Head Coach: Paul Simpson (ENG).

Costa Rica: 13.-Erick Pineda; 2.-Diego Mesen, 4.-Ian Smith, 5.-Esteban Gonzalez (21.-Gerson Torres, 46'), 6.-Luis Hernandez, 7.-Barlon Sequeira (8.-Jimmy Marin, 65'), 11.-Randall Leal, 12.-Pablo Arguedas (14.-Cristopher Nunez, 65'), 17.-Esteban Espinoza, 19.-Yostin Salinas, 20.-Eduardo Juarez.

Head Coach: Marcelo Herrera (ARG).

Referee: Julio Bascunan (CHI).


-40) ZAMBIA Zambian flag 4-3 German flag GERMANY (31/05/2017)

GOALS: (0-1) Philipp Ochs (37'); (1-1) Emmanuel Banda (50'); (2-1) Fashion Sakala (68'); (3-1) Enock Mwepu (85'); (3-2) Suat Serdar (89'); (3-3) Jonas Arweiler (90'+4'); (4-3) Shemmy Mayembe (107').

Venue: Jeju World Cup Stadium, Seogwipo (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Zambia: 1.-Mangani Banda; 2.-Moses Nyondo, 3.-Prosper Chiluya, 5.-Solomon Sakala, 7.-Musonda Siame (14.-Edward Chilufya, 46'), 10.-Fashion Sakala (9.-Conlyde Luchanga, 102'), 11.-Enock Mwepu, 12.-Emmanuel Banda (6.-Boston Muchindu, 111'), 13.-Shemmy Mayembe, 20.-Patson Daka, 21.-Boyd Musonda.

Head Coach: Bestone Chambeshi (ZAM).

Germany: 1.-Svend Brodersen; 2.-Phil Neumann, 3.-Dominik Schad (7.-Amara Conde, 75'), 5.-Benedikt Gimber, 6.-Gino Fechner (20.-Jonas Arweiler, 83'), 8.-Suat Serdar, 9.-Fabian Reese (19.-Torles Knoll, 110'), 10.-Philipp Ochs, 13.-Matthias Bader, 14.-Jordan Torunarigha, 17.-Emmanuel Iyoha (18.-Kentu Malcolm Badu, 81').

Head Coach: Guido Streichsbier (GER).

Referee: Joel Aguilar (SLV).


-42) MEXICO Mexican flag 1-0 Senegal flag SENEGAL (01/06/2017)

GOALS: (1-0) Ronaldo Cisneros (89').

Venue: Incheon Football Stadium, Incheon (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Mexico: 21.-Abraham Romero; 3.-Edson Alvarez, 4.-Juan Aguayo, 5.-Manuel Mayorga, 6.-Alan Cervantes, 7.-Uriel Antuna, 11.-Kevin Magana (18.-Diego Aguilar, 80'), 14.-Joaquin Esquivel, 16.-Francisco Venegas, 19.-Paolo Yrizar (9.-Ronaldo Cisneros, 81'), 20.-Eduardo Aguirre.

Head Coach: Marco Antonio Ruiz (MEX).

Senegal: 1.-Mouhamed M'Baye; 2.-Waly Diouf, 3.-Jean N'Decky, 6.-Mamadou Diarra, 7.-Ibrahima Niane, 10.-Aliou Badji, 11.-Ibrahima N'Diaye, 13.-Alioune Gueye, 18.-Souleye Sarr, 19.-Bamba Kane, 20.-Akhibou Ly (14.-Ousseynou Niang, 54').

Head Coach: Joseph Koto (SEN).

Referee: Cuneyt Cakir (TUR).


-43) FRANCE French flag 1-2 Italian flag ITALY (01/06/2017)

GOALS: (0-1) Riccardo Orsolini (27'); (1-1) Jean-Kevin Augustin (37', Pen.); (1-2) Giuseppe Panico (53').

Venue: Cheonan Stadium, Cheonan (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

France: 21.-Alban Lafont; 4.-Jerome Onguene, 5.-Issa Diop (3.-Olivier Boscagli, 66'), 7.-Jean-Kevin Augustin, 8.-Lucas Tousart, 10.-Allan Saint-Maximin, 12.-Ludovic Blas (20.-Martin Terrier, 81'), 13.-Clement Michelin, 14.-Amine Harit, 15.-Faitout Maouassa, 17.-Denis-Will Poha (11.-Marcus Thuram, 70').

Head Coach: Ludovic Batelli (FRA).

Italy: 12.-Andrea Zaccagno; 2.-Giuseppe Scalera (19.-Riccardo Marchizza, 90'+1'), 5.-Filippo Romagna, 6.-Mauro Coppolaro, 7.-Riccardo Orsolini (3.-Federico Dimarco, 81'), 8.-Rolando Mandragora, 9.-Andrea Favilli, 11.-Matteo Pessina, 14.-Giuseppe Pezzella, 15.-Mattia Vitale, 17.-Giuseppe Panico (18.-Paolo Ghiglione, 70').

Head Coach: Alberigo Evani (ITA).

Referee: Szymon Marciniak (POL).


-44) UNITED STATES United States of America flag 6-0 New Zealand flag NEW ZEALAND (01/06/2017)

GOALS: (1-0) Josh Sargent (32'); (2-0) Jeremy Ebobisse (64'); (3-0) Brooks Lennon (65'); (4-0) Justen Glad (76'); (5-0) Auston Trusty (84'); (6-0) Lagos Kunga (90'+3').

Venue: Incheon Football Stadium, Incheon (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

United States: 1.-Jonathan Klinsmann, 3.-Danny Acosta (2.-Auston Trusty, 76'), 4.-Tommy Redding, 5.-Erik Palmer-Brown, 6.-Justen Glad, 7.-Eryk Williamson, 8.-Tyler Adams, 15.-Jeremy Ebobisse (11.-Sebastian Saucedo, 79'), 17.-Brooks Lennon (13.-Lagos Kunga, 79'), 19.-Josh Sargent, 20.-Luca de la Torre.

Head Coach: Tab Ramos (USA).

New Zealand: 1.-Michael Woud; 3.-Sean Liddicoat, 5.-Hunter Ashworth (18.-Sarpreet Singh, 65'), 6.-Joe Bell (16.-Callum McCowatt, 82'), 8.-Moses Dyer, 9.-Noah Billingsley (11.-Henry Cameron, 53'), 13.-James McGarry, 14.-Jack-Henry Sinclair, 15.-Reese Cox, 17.-Logan Rogerson, 19.-Myer Bevan.

Head Coach: Darren Bazeley (ENG).

Referee: Abdulrahman Al-Jassim (QAT).


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U-20 WORLD CUP SOUTH KOREA 2017 QUARTER-FINALS

-46) VENEZUELA Venezuela flag 2-1 AET United States of America flag UNITED STATES (04/06/2017)

GOALS: (1-0) Adalberto Penaranda (96'); (2-0) Nahuel Ferraresi (115'); (2-1) Jeremy Ebobisse (117').

Venue: Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonju (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Venezuela: 1.-Wuilker Farinez; 2.-Williams Velasquez, 4.-Nahuel Ferraresi, 5.-Jose Hernandez, 7.-Adalberto Penaranda (18.-Luis Ruiz, 113'), 8.-Yangel Herrera, 9.-Ronaldo Pena (15.-Samuel Sosa, 76'), 11.-Ronaldo Chacon, 16.-Ronaldo Lucena (6.-Christian Makoun, 120'+2'), 19.-Sergio Cordova (17.-Josua Mejias, 119'), 20.-Ronald Hernandez.

Head Coach: Rafael Dudamel (VEN).

United States: 1.-Jonathan Klinsmann, 3.-Danny Acosta (2.-Auston Trusty, 120'), 5.-Erik Palmer-Brown, 6.-Justen Glad, 7.-Eryk Williamson (9.-Emmanuel Sabbi, 112'), 8.-Tyler Adams (15.-Jeremy Ebobisse, 51'), 16.-Cameron Carter-Vickers, 17.-Brooks Lennon, 18.-Derrick Jones, 19.-Josh Sargent (13.-Lagos Kunga, 83'), 20.-Luca de la Torre.

Head Coach: Tab Ramos (USA).

Referee: Jonas Eriksson (SWE).


-45) PORTUGAL Portuguese flag 2-2 (4-5 PSO) Uruguay flag URUGUAY (04/06/2017)

GOALS: (1-0) Xande Silva (1'); (1-1) Santiago Bueno (16'); (2-1) Diogo Goncalves (41'); (2-2) Federico Valverde (50', Pen.).

PENALTY SHOOT-OUT:

Portugal: (1-0) Ruben Dias (goal); (2-2) Diogo Dalot (goal); (3-2) Bruno Alexandre Vieira "Xadas" (goal); (4-4) Gedson Fernandes (goal); (4-4) Pedro Rodrigues (saved by Santiago Mele); (4-4) Jose Gomes (saved by Santiago Mele); (4-4) Andre Ribeiro (saved by Santiago Mele).

Uruguay: (1-1) Federico Valverde (goal); (1-2) Jose Luis Rodriguez (goal); (3-3) Agustin Canobbio (goal); (3-4) Joaquin Ardaiz (goal); (4-4) Rodrigo Amaral (missed the target); (4-4) Matias Vina (hits the post); (4-5) Santiago Bueno (goal).

Venue: Daejeon World Cup Stadium, Daejeon (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Portugal: 21.-Diogo Costa; 3.-Ruben Dias, 5.-Yuri Ribeiro, 6.-Pedro Rodrigues, 7.-Diogo Goncalves (18.-Jose Gomes, 97'), 8.-Pedro Delgado (20.-Gedson Fernandes, 54'), 10.-Bruno Alexandre Vieira "Xadas", 13.-Jorge Fernandes, 15.-Diogo Dalot, 17.-Xande Silva (14.-Florentino Luis, 106'), 19.-Bruno Costa (9.-Andre Ribeiro, 73').

Head Coach: Emilio Peixe (POR).

Uruguay: 1.-Santiago Mele; 2.-Santiago Bueno, 4.-Jose Luis Rodriguez, 5.-Mathias Olivera, 6.-Marcelo Saracchi (17.-Matias Vina, 94'), 8.-Carlos Benavidez (10.-Rodrigo Amaral, 79'), 9.-Nicolas Schiappacasse (7.-Joaquin Ardaiz, 103'), 11.-Nicolas de la Cruz (13.-Santiago Viera, 79'), 16.-Federico Valverde, 18.-Agustin Rogel, 19.-Agustin Canobbio.

Head Coach: Fabian Coito (URU).

Referee: Cesar Ramos (MEX).


-47) ITALY Italian flag 3-2 AET Zambian flag ZAMBIA (05/06/2017)

GOALS: (0-1) Fashion Sakala (4'); (1-1) Riccardo Orsolini (50'); (1-2) Fashion Sakala (84'); (2-2) Federico Dimarco (88'); (3-2) Luca Vido (111').

Venue: Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Italy: 12.-Andrea Zaccagno; 2.-Giuseppe Scalera (10.-Luca Vido, 85'), 5.-Filippo Romagna, 6.-Mauro Coppolaro, 7.-Riccardo Orsolini (18.-Paolo Ghiglione, 117'), 9.-Andrea Favilli, 11.-Matteo Pessina, 14.-Giuseppe Pezzella, 15.-Mattia Vitale, 16.-Francesco Cassata (3.-Federico Dimarco, 44'), 17.-Giuseppe Panico (19.-Riccardo Marchizza, 91').

Head Coach: Alberigo Evani (ITA).

Zambia: 1.-Mangani Banda; 2.-Moses Nyondo, 3.-Prosper Chiluya, 5.-Solomon Sakala, 10.-Fashion Sakala, 11.-Enock Mwepu (6.-Boston Muchindu, 28'), 12.-Emmanuel Banda (8.-Harrison Chisala, 76'), 13.-Shemmy Mayembe, 14.-Edward Chilufya, 20.-Patson Daka, 21.-Boyd Musonda (17.-Kenneth Kalunga, 83').

Head Coach: Bestone Chambeshi (ZAM).

Referee: Roddy Zambrano (ECU).


-48) MEXICO Mexican flag 0-1 English flag ENGLAND (05/06/2017)

GOALS: (0-1) Dominic Solanke (47').

Venue: Cheonan Stadium, Cheonan (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Mexico: 21.-Abraham Romero; 3.-Edson Alvarez, 4.-Juan Aguayo, 5.-Manuel Mayorga, 6.-Alan Cervantes, 7.-Uriel Antuna, 11.-Kevin Magana (18.-Diego Aguilar, 79'), 14.-Joaquin Esquivel (17.-Kevin Lara, 76'), 16.-Francisco Venegas, 19.-Paolo Yrizar, 20.-Eduardo Aguirre (9.-Ronaldo Cisneros, 65').

Head Coach: Marco Antonio Ruiz (MEX).

England: 1.-Freddie Woodman; 2.-Jonjoe Kenny, 4.-Lewis Cook, 5.-Fikayo Tomori, 7.-Josh Onomah, 9.-Adam Armstrong (16.-Dominic Calvert-Lewin, 70'), 10.-Dominic Solanke, 11.-Ademola Lookman (20.-Ovie Ejaria, 75'), 14.-Kyle Walker-Peters, 15.-Dael Fry, 18.-Kieran Dowell (8.-Ainsley Maitland-Niles, 90').

Head Coach: Paul Simpson (ENG).

Referee: Abdulla Hassan Mohamed (UAE).


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U-20 WORLD CUP SOUTH KOREA 2017 SEMI-FINALS

-49) URUGUAY Uruguay flag 1-1 (3-4 PSO) Venezuela flag VENEZUELA (08/06/2017)

GOALS: (1-0) Nicolas de la Cruz (49', Pen.); (1-1) Samuel Sosa (90'+1').

PENALTY SHOOT-OUT:

Uruguay: (1-1) Federico Valverde (goal); (1-1) Jose Luis Rodriguez (saved by Wuilker Farinez); (2-3) Agustin Canobbio (goal); (3-3) Rodrigo Bentancur (goal); (3-4) Nicolas de la Cruz (saved by Wuilker Farinez).

Venezuela: (0-1) Adalberto Penaranda (goal); (1-2) Samuel Sosa (goal); (1-3) Ronald Hernandez (goal); (3-3) Yeferson Soteldo (hits the crossbar); (3-4) Yangel Herrera (goal).

Venue: Daejeon World Cup Stadium, Daejeon (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Uruguay: 1.-Santiago Mele; 2.-Santiago Bueno, 4.-Jose Luis Rodriguez, 5.-Mathias Olivera, 6.-Marcelo Saracchi (8.-Carlos Benavidez, 76'), 9.-Nicolas Schiappacasse (7.-Joaquin Ardaiz, 67'), 11.-Nicolas de la Cruz, 16.-Federico Valverde, 18.-Agustin Rogel, 19.-Agustin Canobbio, 20.-Rodrigo Bentancur.

Head Coach: Fabian Coito (URU).

Venezuela: 1.-Wuilker Farinez; 3.-Eduin Quero (6.-Christian Makoun, 120'+1'), 4.-Nahuel Ferraresi, 7.-Adalberto Penaranda, 8.-Yangel Herrera, 9.-Ronaldo Pena (10.-Yeferson Soteldo, 58'), 11.-Ronaldo Chacon (13.-Jan Carlos Hurtado, 83'), 16.-Ronaldo Lucena, 17.-Josua Mejias, 19.-Sergio Cordova (15.-Samuel Sosa, 76'), 20.-Ronald Hernandez.

Head Coach: Rafael Dudamel (VEN).

Referee: Szymon Marciniak (POL).


-50) ITALY Italian flag 1-3 English flag ENGLAND (08/06/2017)

GOALS: (1-0) Riccardo Orsolini (2'); (1-1) Dominic Solanke (66'); (1-2) Ademola Lookman (77'); (1-3) Dominic Solanke (88').

Venue: Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonju (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Italy: 12.-Andrea Zaccagno; 2.-Giuseppe Scalera (20.-Alfredo Bifulco, 87'), 3.-Federico Dimarco, 5.-Filippo Romagna, 6.-Mauro Coppolaro, 7.-Riccardo Orsolini, 8.-Rolando Mandragora, 9.-Andrea Favilli, 11.-Matteo Pessina, 15.-Mattia Vitale (10.-Luca Vido, 78'), 17.-Giuseppe Panico (18.-Paolo Ghiglione, 69').

Head Coach: Alberigo Evani (ITA).

England: 1.-Freddie Woodman; 2.-Jonjoe Kenny, 4.-Lewis Cook, 5.-Fikayo Tomori, 6.-Jake Clarke-Salter, 8.-Ainsley Maitland-Niles, 10.-Dominic Solanke, 11.-Ademola Lookman (12.-Ezri Konsa, 90'+3'), 14.-Kyle Walker-Peters, 16.-Dominic Calvert-Lewin, 18.-Kieran Dowell (19.-Sheyi Ojo, 54').

Head Coach: Paul Simpson (ENG).

Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (ESP).


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U-20 WORLD CUP SOUTH KOREA 2017 THIRD PLACE MATCH

-51) URUGUAY Uruguay flag 0-0 (1-4 PSO) Italian flag ITALY (11/06/2017)

GOALS: .

PENALTY SHOOT-OUT:

Uruguay: (1-0) Federico Valverde (goal); (1-2) Rodrigo Amaral (saved by Alessandro Plizzari); (1-2) Juan Manuel Boselli (saved by Alessandro Plizzari).

Italy: (1-1) Luca Vido (goal); (1-2) Riccardo Marchizza (goal); (1-3) Rolando Mandragora (goal); (1-4) Giuseppe Panico (goal).

Venue: Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:

Uruguay: 1.-Santiago Mele; 4.-Jose Luis Rodriguez, 5.-Mathias Olivera, 7.-Joaquin Ardaiz (14.-Juan Manuel Boselli, 77'), 10.-Rodrigo Amaral, 13.-Santiago Viera, 16.-Federico Valverde, 17.-Matias Vina, 18.-Agustin Rogel, 19.-Agustin Canobbio (11.-Nicolas de la Cruz, 61'), 20.-Rodrigo Bentancur.

Head Coach: Fabian Coito (URU).

Italy: 1.-Alessandro Plizzari; 5.-Filippo Romagna (6.-Mauro Coppolaro, 72'), 7.-Riccardo Orsolini (20.-Alfredo Bifulco, 57'), 8.-Rolando Mandragora, 9.-Andrea Favilli, 11.-Matteo Pessina, 13.-Leonardo Sernicola, 14.-Giuseppe Pezzella, 16.-Francesco Cassata (10.-Luca Vido, 87'), 17.-Giuseppe Panico, 19.-Riccardo Marchizza.

Head Coach: Alberigo Evani (ITA).

Referee: Cesar Ramos (MEX).


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U-20 WORLD CUP SOUTH KOREA 2017 FINAL MATCH

-52) VENEZUELA Venezuela flag 0-1 English flag ENGLAND (11/06/2017)

GOALS: (0-1) Dominic Calvert-Lewin (34').

Venue: Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon (South Korea): match report

VIDEO: match highlights

Lineups:


Venezuela: 1.-Wuilker Farinez; 2.-Williams Velasquez, 4.-Nahuel Ferraresi, 5.-Jose Hernandez, 7.-Adalberto Penaranda (13.-Jan Carlos Hurtado, 90'+3'), 8.-Yangel Herrera, 9.-Ronaldo Pena, 11.-Ronaldo Chacon (10.-Yeferson Soteldo, 51'), 16.-Ronaldo Lucena, 19.-Sergio Cordova (15.-Samuel Sosa, 72'), 20.-Ronald Hernandez.

Head Coach: Rafael Dudamel (VEN).

England: 1.-Freddie Woodman; 2.-Jonjoe Kenny, 4.-Lewis Cook, 5.-Fikayo Tomori, 6.-Jake Clarke-Salter, 7.-Josh Onomah, 10.-Dominic Solanke, 11.-Ademola Lookman (8.-Ainsley Maitland-Niles, 76'), 14.-Kyle Walker-Peters, 16.-Dominic Calvert-Lewin, 18.-Kieran Dowell (19.-Sheyi Ojo, 62').

Head Coach: Paul Simpson (ENG).

Referee: Björn Kuipers (NED).


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