Venezuela U-20 vs England U20

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Since winning the World Cup back in 1966 on home soil, England has underachieved on the global stage.

“It’s our time,” said Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke, who has scored four goals in the tournament. “The determination we have is what drives us on. We know that even if we’re losing, we can bring it back.”

England has won five of six games to get to the final at Suwon World Cup Stadium. After topping Group A with wins over six-time champion Argentina and host South Korea, England has defeated Costa Rica, Mexico and Italy.

The England U20 and the Venezuela U20 have defied all odds and have managed to reach the finals of the FIFA U-20 World Cup in South Korea. The two nations will battle it out for top honours later today at the World Cup Stadium in Suwon. This is a big day for the England players in particular as they might finally win a competition on the global stage for the first time since 1966.

Neither nations were never expected to make it this far into the competition in the first place but they have proved through the group and knockout stages that they deserve to be here. England topped their group which consisted of host nation South Korea, Argentina and Guinea.

That 3-1 semifinal victory was the most impressive after Italy took a second-minute lead. England replied with two goals from Solanke and another from Ademola Lookman, who joined English Premier League team Everton in January.

Venezuela was the most impressive performer in the group stage, defeating Mexico, Germany and Vanuatu, scoring 10 goals and not conceding any.

In three knockout stage games, however, the team has needed extra time to eliminate Japan, the United States and Uruguay. Venezuela defeated the South American champion 4-3 in a penalty shootout with goalkeeper Wuilker Farinez the hero.

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