The 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup in India continued today, October 11 with Group E and Group F matches taking place in Guwahati and Kolkata.
Amine Gouiri secured France a second straight win at the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup in India on Wednesday. Gouiri scored both goals for the French Equipe in their 2-1 victory over Japan in Group E.
Honduras claimed their biggest win at a FIFA U-17 World Cup as the Central Americans scored an emphatic 5-0 victory over New Caledonia in the second Group E match of the day played at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati.
England impressed in Group F with a 3-2 win against Mexico at the Saltlake Stadium in Kolkata, while Mohammed Dawood scored a goal in each half to hand Iraq an emphatic 3-0 win against Chile.
The tournament will continue tomorrow with two Group A matches in New Delhi/Mumbai (Ghana vs India, USA vs Colombia) and two Group B matches in New Delhi/Mumbai (Mali vs New Zealand, Turkey vs Paraguay).
Group E | Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Guwahati
France U-17 2-1 Japan U-17
Goals: 1-0 Amine Gouiri (13′), 2-0 Amine Gouiri (71′), 2-1 Taisei Miyashiro (73′, pen)
Honduras U-17 5-0 New Caledonia U-17
Goals: 1-0 Carlos Mejia (25′), 2-0 Joshua Canales (27′), 3-0 Carlos Mejia (42′), 4-0 Patrick Palacios (51′), 5-0 Patrick Palacios (88′)
Group F | Saltlake Stadium, Kolkata
England U-17 3-2 Mexico U-17
Goals: 1-0 Rhian Brewster (39′), 2-0 Philip Foden (48′), 3-0 Jadon Sancho (55′, pen), 3-1 Diego Lainez (65′), 3-2 Diego Lainez (72′)
Iraq U-17 3-0 Chile U-17
Goals: 1-0 Mohammed Dawood (6′), 2-0 Mohammed Dawood (68′), 3-0 Diego Valencia (81′, own goal)