Brazil, France, And Mexico Have All Won The Competition Before | FIFA U17 World Cup Brazil 2019 | Thursday 14 November

After 48 games, the FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019 ™ is nearing its peak on Thursday, when the semi-finals will be played in Brasilia (Gama). Three of the four teams in action at the Estadio Bezerrao have already won the competition.

In the first match of the day, Mexico faces the reigning Dutch European champions who have improved over the tournament, thanks largely to the brilliance of Sontje Hansen, the tournament’s top scorer with six goals. The two-time U-17 World Champion of 2005 and 2011 is confident that the Mexicans won 2-1 against Oranje two months ago in a friendly tournament in Europe. Bruce El Mesmari scored both goals.

In the evenings, host Brazil has the support of the crowd against France and its fearsome attack, which scored 17 goals in five games. The Brazilians are aiming for a fourth world title in the age group to celebrate their victories in 1997, 1999 and 2003. Meanwhile, the French want to repeat their success in 2001. At the top of their challenge is Adil Aouchiche, who has delivered six assists to date, more than anyone else in Brazil 2019.

France captain Lucien Agoume is suspended while Brazil will benefit from the return of Diego, who has survived the quarter-finals and has scored twice in this tournament so far.

Important Information that you should know

Mexico has already played twice against the Netherlands and won the U-17 World Cup. In 2005, they celebrated a 4-0 win over the Oranje in the semi-finals and a 3-2 victory in the group stage six years later.
France and Mexico conceded just two goals on their way to the last four goals. In addition to the already retired Japan, they have the stingiest immune system in the competition.

Key Players

Pedro Lucas (Brazil, midfielder)
The No. 19 came for the quarter-finals in the team and replaced the injured Talles Magno. In the defeat of Italy, she played a leading role and helped Patryck and Peglow.

Kenneth Taylor (Netherlands, midfielder)
Taylor grabbed attention in the quarter-final win over Paraguay and played the precise pass with which Ki-Jana However took the lead. Taylor, the heart of the Dutch midfielder, is also a born frontrunner and a wise choice captain of the Netherlands in Brazil.

FIFA U17 World Cup Brazil 2019 | Day 20 Matches | Thursday 14 November

Game 1 | Mexico vs Netherlands

Brazil, France, And Mexico Have All Won The Competition Before | FIFA U17 World Cup Brazil 2019 | Thursday 14 November
Mexico vs Netherlands

In group matches, both teams played 3, 3 matches but both can win just 1 group match. both teams are equally level that’s mean match will be exciting.

Game 2 | France vs Brazil

Brazil, France, And Mexico Have All Won The Competition Before | FIFA U17 World Cup Brazil 2019 | Thursday 14 November
France vs Braz

In group matches, both teams were on top in their groups respectively. France and Brazil played 3, 3 matches and both teams win their matches.

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