The International Football Federation (FIFA) has revealed the winners of the U-17 World Cup in Indonesia, as Germany won the title for the first time in its history, after beating France on penalties. Saturday’s shootout ended in a 2-0 draw after regular time.
Germany’s Paris Bronner won the Golden Ball award and Argentina’s Agustin Roberto won the Golden Shoe award.
Legendary German striker Paris Brunner contributed greatly to his country’s career at the U-17 World Cup, where he scored 4 goals in the tournament, including two in the semi-finals. In the final, he was crowned as the Man of the Match.Player of the Championship.
According to the German news agency, Malian Hamido Makalu won the silver ball after his impressive performance with his country and his impressive contribution in winning the bronze medal. He received the ball during a third-down contest. Into the penalty area and dribbled the ball past an Argentina defender. From between his legs, he dribbled past another tango player before calmly slotting the ball into the net for his country’s third goal.
Mathis Amoco won the Bronze Boot after an impressive performance with the French national team throughout the World Cup, and he also scored a crucial equalizer for the Roosters in the final.
Argentina star Agustin Roberto was awarded the Golden Boot after scoring 8 goals in 7 matches for Tango.
Agustin contributed more to Argentina’s national team reaching the semi-finals than any other player at the U-17 World Cup, with Victor Osimhen scoring 10 goals for Nigeria. 2015 edition including a hat-trick. Great performance against Germany in semi-final.
Ibrahim Diarra, the star player of the Mali national team, won the silver boot after scoring 5 goals and 4 assists in 7 matches with his country’s national team.
The Bronze Boot went to Argentina’s Claudio Echeverri, who scored 5 goals plus two assists for “Tango,” and Frenchman Paul Argenier Jr. won the Golden Glove Award for best goalkeeper at the World Cup. He kept 5 consecutive clean sheets in the tournament, and conceded 3 goals. Throughout the tournament, he saved two penalty kicks against Germany.
FIFA announced on its website that the Fair Play Award went to the England national team.
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