European sextet complete Chile line-up

UEFA U-17 Championship semi-finalists Belgium, France, Germany and Russia were joined by play-off winners Croatia and England in booking their tickets to the FIFA U-17 World Cup Chile 2015.

The sextet complete the 24-team line-up for the global finals and there was plenty of drama as the Europeans booked their tickets to Chile.

Belgium won their quarter-final against Croatia on penalties after a 1-1 draw, and Germany reached the finals the same way, after a goalless quarter-final against Spain.

Russia saw off England to reach the semi-finals, and Chile, with a 1-0 victory, while France took a more straightforward route with a 3-0 win over Italy.

That left four teams to fight it out for the two remaining U-17 World Cup places, and Croatia saw off Italy in their play-off thanks to a solitary strike from their captain Nikola Moro.

England, who have the joint-worst penalty shootout record at the senior World Cup, held their nerve to see off Spain - converting all five penalties after a goalless play-off to seal the final spot at Chile 2015. Aston Villa's Easah Suliman scored the crucal spot-kick to send the Three Lions to the finals.