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England U17 0-0 Japan U17 (5-3 pens)

19 October 2017

Japan coach Yoshiro Moriyama said he wanted Sancho to play as his team is ready to face England at full strength.

"What didn't go as planned was that we weren't able to find the back of the net".

Hudson-Odoi had big boots to fill on the left flank, replacing Jadon Sancho - the Chelsea player started slow but his shimmying runs in the second half and unsafe, low crosses which the Japanese defence often failed to read suggested England might miss Hudson-Odoi's link-up play with Sancho for the rest of the tournament, but the 17-year-old has them covered when it comes to skillful, pacy playmaking on the left wing.

England U17 boss Steve Cooper has criticised Borussia Dortmund for withdrawing Jadon Sancho from the World Cup squad, forcing him to return to his club.

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It finished goalless in normal time so a shootout was required to determine which side would progress.

"We have two targets: to do as well as we can in each tournament that we play and to ensure these players' long-term development", he added.

"Penalties are the harshest way to decide a football match but our idea is to develop all parts of the players and penalty shootouts are a part of that development". "Having equalled our best is something to be proud of but we would love to come back to Kolkata".

"The city has been fantastic, the crowd, the attendance. The local public really deserves a pat on their back". Japan were so defensive that their first corner came in the 63rd minute.

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"We did not concede that was a massive plus".

Anderson followed up his stop by scoring a penalty of his own, with Kirby going on to send England into the quarters with an effort in off the post. Yes, Japan had a few shots from the edge of the penalty area but they didn't have clear cut chances because of how we defended around the box.

"They're a good team with some good players. Now we need them to change these tears into hard work". "I am not surprised either by the fight or the football Japan played".

Kubo was marked out of the first half by the muscular Marc Guehi, but he eventually got into the game by dropping deeper and distributing balls for Miyashiro and Japan's top scorer Keito Nakamura.

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England U17 0-0 Japan U17 (5-3 pens)