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At a time when England have been pilloried by their own fans after a laboured World Cup qualifying campaign, the country's promising prodigies offer hope of a brighter future.
Antonio Conte thinks England's junior success will seamlessly transfer to the senior team in the coming years.
Manchester City's 17-year-old starlet Phil Foden rose to prominence in the Under-17 World Cup, winning the Golden Ball as England lifted the trophy. A video published in 2008 shows the hottest young prospect in English football doing what he does best.
Phil Foden and Rhian Brewster starred in England's successful Under-17 World Cup campaign and have been recognised for their showings.
The Manchester City youngster showed his undoubted quality in the U17 World Cup final, scoring twice and playing a key role in another as England came back from 2-0 down to win 5-2.
England Under-17's recovered from going 2-0 down as they overwhelmed Spain with a sensational performance to clinch the World Cup in India.
Spain had taken a two-goal lead thanks to a brace from Gomez, but England had managed to pin Spain in their own half and create several chances before Brewster finally found the back of the net.
Real Madrid are well aware that the U17 World Cup is full of talented youngsters and it's likely that they will be paying close attention to today's final between England and Spain. Why? Rhian Brewster, the England hotshot, is on their radar.