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  • France claim maiden U-20 crown

    France claim maiden U-20 crown

    FIFA.com reviews all the action from a highly entertaining FIFA U-20 World Cup Turkey 2013 which saw France become the first nation to win all five FIFA tournaments in men's 11-a-side international football after beating Uruguay on penalties.
  • De Amores: We’ve done Uruguay proud

    De Amores: We’ve done Uruguay proud

    Uruguay goalkeeper and adidas Golden Glove winner Guillermo de Amores spoke exclusively to FIFA.com after his side's penalty shootout defeat in the FIFA U-20 World Cup final.

Group matches - Group A
21 June FRA3:1 (0:0)SummaryGHA
24 June FRA1:1 (0:0)SummaryUSA
27 June ESP2:1 (1:0)SummaryFRA
Round of 16
02 July FRA4:1 (2:0)SummaryTUR
Quarter-finals
06 July FRA4:0 (3:0)SummaryUZB
Semi-finals
10 July FRA2:1 (1:0)SummaryGHA
Final
13 July FRA0:0 a.e.t. 4:1 PSOSummaryURU
  • Alphonse Areola of France saves a penalty from Giorgian De Arrascaeta of Uruguay during the FIFA World Cup Final between France and Uruguay at the Ali Sami Yen Arena on July 13, 2013 in Istanbul, Turkey.  (Photo by Jamie McDo
  • French players celebrate with the cup
  • Paul Pogba of France wins the adidas Golden Ball award
  • Nicolas Lopez of Uruguay wins the adidas Silver Ball award
  • Clifford Aboagye of Ghana wins the adidas Bronze Ball award
  • Guilermo De Amores of Uruguay wins the adidas Golden Glove award
  • Ebenezer Assifuah of Ghana wins the adidas Golden Boot award
  • Paul Pogba of France wins the adidas Golden Ball award, Nicolas Lopez of Uruguay wins the adidas Silver Ball award and Clifford Aboagye of Ghana wins the adidas Bronze Ball award
  • 3rd Place playoff match winner Ghana is pictured after the FIFA U-20 World Cup
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