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England U17s Defeat Finland On Penalties

Giorgio Rasulo has been a regular at this level under Kenny Swain.

Giorgio Rasulo has been a regular at this level under Kenny Swain.

After beating the Faroe Islands in their opening Nordic Tournament encoutner, England U17s continued their 100% record thanks to a penalty shootout win over Finland yesterday afternoon.

After going a goal behind, MK Dons starlet Giorgio Rasulo netted a penalty which saw the Young Lions equalise after 76 minutes.

The tournament rules state that when a game ends in a draw, penalties will decide the victor for the purposes of group positionings. England triumphed in the shootout on this occasion, putting a smile on Kenny Swain’s face, who sees his side play Norway tomorrow evening (5pm kick off, UK time).

Team taken from thefa.com

England U17s: 13 Alfie Whiteman, 3 Archie Edwards, 5 Matthew Elsdon, 7 Ben Drennan, 8 Callum Cooke (C), 10 Giorgio Rasulo, 12 Jay DaSilva, 15 Cameron Humphreys, 16 Mukhtar Ali, 17 Foday Nabay (14 Hugo Logan, 64), 18 Corey Taylor (9 Denzeil Boadu, 64)

Substitutes not used: 1 Dean Henderson, 2 Jonathan Helm, 4 Daniel Pybus, 6 Easah Suliman, 11 Brandon Fox

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About Tom Bennett

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