England will meet Spain in the final of the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Kolkata, India, on Saturday. The young Three Lions laid down a marker in the last four by beating Brazil, but Spain's squad is loaded with quality and will pose a tough test at the Salt Lake Stadium. As they've done throughout the tournament, England will count on the goals of Liverpool's Rhian Brewster. Yet Spain also feature a prolific striker of their own in the form of Barcelona's Abel Ruiz.
Liverpool are reportedly planning to offer England under-17 forward Rhian Brewster a big-money deal when he turns 18 in April. Per Sami Mokbel and Kieran Gill of MailOnline, Brewster is expected to commit his future to the Reds despite interest in him from other big clubs having increased after his impressive showings at the ongoing FIFA U17 World Cup.
England booked their place in the semi-finals of the 2017 FIFA Under-17 World Cup after beating USA 4-1 in Goa, India, on Saturday. Two goals from Liverpool starlet Rhian Brewster sent the Young Lions on their way, with Morgan Gibbs-White scoring the third in the second half. Josh Sargent grabbed a goal back for the USA before Brewster sealed his hat-trick with the last kick of the game.
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