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Germany enter knockouts with hard-fought win over Guinea

13 October 2017, 11:26 | Sandy Nunez

Guinea are making their fifth Fifa U-17 World Cup appearance along with Nigeria and Congo

Guinea are making their fifth Fifa U-17 World Cup appearance along with Nigeria and Congo

Iran continued their sublime form in the Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup as they beat Costa Rica 3-0 in the last Group C encounter to register their third straight win in the competition. Iran's early running, keynote of their huge win over Germany, kept goalkeeper Ricardo Montenegro busy but a goal arrived only after Amferny Arias, acting captain in place of the benched Jose Alfaro, brought down Delfi. Costa Rica's best chance fell to Julien Cordero who blasted wide from close range, attempting to score after the promising Yecxy Jarquin drew Ali Gholam Zadeh to a rare but spectacular save midway through the second half.

"The reactions in Germany were not so good after the last game, so the pressure on my players was very, very high".

The coach also hailed young keeper Camara for his wonderful performance and added: "The goals were due to the errors from the defence, and am happy with the keeper's performance in the tournament".

Camacho praised Iran for their attacking football and said, "They played counter attacking football and a very attractive game".

The Iran vs Costa Rica match's fate was decided in the first half itself when Iran converted two penalties in the space of five minutes to go 2-0 up. Realistically it was the point where the match seemed over for Guinea, even though they fought hard for the remainder of the game, even playing with effectively four strikers at one stage, when midfielder Elhadj Bah was replaced by Djibril Sylla. Thanks to the Portuguese connection, they are sure to get strong crowd support and will be looking to take advantage of it. Debutant Niger, on the other hand, had a dream start to the tournament when they won their opening encounter against North Korea but lost the next game to Spain.

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With the clock winding down, Wuck played another couple of cards, though one was enforced by an injury to Vagnoman late in the game.

"The next rounds are the most important where we will face tougher teams".

"It is their best performance so far and if they continue to perform in the same manner we have a great chance to reach the final", said Abbas Chamanian.

Giving his thoughts on Friday's result, he commented, "We played against a very strong team tonight". First of all we have to sleep. The German coach hailed the pitch at Kochi and said the "pitch could be compared to European standards, and the players were able to play better here". However coach Souleymane Camara feels the experience will bear fruit in six years' time, when the Africans will host the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) for the first time.



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