Germany wins its first U-17 World Cup on penalties against France

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2023-12-02 19:06:25

Germany He won his first title this Saturday under-17 world cup by defeating France on penalties (4-3), who came back to tie the final with six minutes remaining (2-2), after the German team was left with ten players.

The final in the stadium Manahan en Surakarta he repeated that of European played six months ago in Budapest and since that was again resolved by penalties in favor of the team he leads Christian Wuckwho had previously left out of the fight for the title Spain in the quarterfinals and in the semifinals to Argentina, also on penalties.

The new champions went from better to less in a clash in which their scorer, Paris Brunner, He opened the scoring in the 29th minute, with a penalty in which he perfectly deceived the French goalkeeper, Paul Argney.

The VAR notified the referee to review a foul committed on Bilal Yalcinkayamuch protested by the German players, and pointed out the maximum penalty in which the player of the Borussia Dortmund He did not forgive as he did later in the penalty shootout.

VAR review

The income of Germany was extended after the break when Noah Darvich, almost without angle, he beat again Argney (m.51) and the action seemed to wake up France, who two minutes later kept the final alive with a shot to the right of Saimon Bouabrevalidated as a goal after the VAR review.

The harassment of eleven Jean-Luc Vannuchipresent in the final after defeating Mali in the semifinals and Uzbekistan in the quarterfinals caused the expulsion of Winners Osawe for double yellow. Germany played the last 20 minutes with one less player, which France took advantage of to tie 6 minutes from the end with an incontestable shot from Mathis Amaougou after a great service Tidiam Gomis

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The last attempts to Paris Brunner and Max Moersted surprising Argney were the last actions of the match, forced to be resolved in penalties, in which luck was allied with the German side and left France without being able to celebrate a title that he already won in 2001.

Robert Ramsak, Max Moerstedt, Fayssal Harchaoui and Almugera Kabar scored for Germany, before Eric da Silva Moreira and Paris Brunner missed. Joachim Kayi Sanda, Ismael Bouneb and Joan Tincres scored for France and Nhoa Sangui and Bastien Meupiyou were left unmarked.

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