ENGLAND WIN THE U-20 WORLD CUP, defeated Venezuela by 1-0. This is their biggest international title since 1966. 51 years ago, It was England‘s first appearance in the final of a global tournament since their World Cup victory. In this game, Everton forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s first-half goal was enough for victory. Another thanks to Newcastle goalkeeper Freddie Woodman’s second-half penalty save. Woodman refused Adalberto Penaranda from the spot after the Malaga forward was fouled by Kyle Walker-Peters.
The former Shrewsbury Town and Stockport County manager Mr. Simpson said, “I hope it has a positive impact on English football. I do not really know what is going to come but it is part of the development that we are trying to create football players who are capable of being successful at senior tournaments and hopefully this will go a long way to achieving that. I honestly don’t know what it means for English football. But for the Under-20s it means everything. This is what we have worked so hard for.”
Reads, Dominic Calvert-Lewin is the man whose name will be written in the record books. It’s very important, His goal ensuring the Young Lions beat Venezuela 1-0 in South Korea, but praise must be heaped upon Freddie Woodman too. Whose incredible penalty save kept England in the game, that’s why they won the cup. Argentina, South Korea, Costa Rica, Mexico and Italy had all fallen by the sword of St George before this one, and Venezuela were the final victims of a team that deserve every second of their success.