Matches

30/06/2011
1:1 (1:1) 4:2 PSO
  • Raheem STERLING (40')
  • Maximiliano PADILLA (12')

Summary

Shoot-out joy for English
England booked their passage to the quarter-finals of the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Mexico, beating Argentina on penalties in rain-soaked Pachuca. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

John PEACOCK (ENG)
(ARG) Oscar GARRE

Officials

Referee: Nawaf SHUKRALLA (BHR)Assistant Referee 1: Hamad AL MAYAHI (OMA)Assistant Referee 2: Reza SOKHANDAN (IRN)Fourth official: Ali ALBADWAWI (UAE)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 42)


Latest Comments:
niftwa
02/07/2011 at 08:13
niftwa (Australia)
Not so sure about the no extra time straight to penalties setup it is always better to see a team win in open play than the penalty lottery. well done blighty good luck against the Germans
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TMneale00
01/07/2011 at 22:02
TMneale00 (Canada)
england is a good team, Argentina through out the tournament played sloopy.
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juiliett
01/07/2011 at 15:13
juiliett (Poland)
England has a good goalkeeper, maybe sometimes he hasn't a good minute but he is good. Germany is a difficult opponent but everything can happen on the pitch, game is played until the last minute. I am fan of teams from Europe and that match will be an interesting meeting, can't wait!
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Statistics

15Shots11
5Corner kicks3
2Yellow cards3
0Second yellow card and red card1
0Red Cards0
58%Possession (%)42%
  • Nathan Redmond of England celebrates winning the penalty shoot
  • Players of England celebrate winning the penalty shoot out
  • Players of England celebrate winning the penalty shoot out during the FIFA U-17 World Cup
  • Nathan Redmond of England celebrates winning the penalty shoot out
  • Head coach of England John Peacock celebrates victory
  • Dejection for Augustin Allione of Argentina as he misses his penalty
“We are thrilled with the result and the fact that we are moving on to the next round. We controlled large parts of the game and I think that we deserved to win," England coach John Peacock.