Germany and France are poised for a showdown this Saturday in the Under-17 World Cup football final in Indonesia, marking a rematch of this year’s Euro final where the Germans claimed victory through penalties.
The young German squad, who triumphed over France 3-1 during the Euros’ group stage in June, are striving for their inaugural world title.
Seventeen-year-old Paris Brunner, a forward from Borussia Dortmund, will spearhead the German offensive after netting two goals in the semi-final against Argentina.
On the other side, Jean-Luc Vannuchi’s French team secured a 2-1 victory against Mali in the semis, showcasing a defense that has only let in a single goal throughout the tournament.
The French coach will rely on Mathis Lambourde, a striker from Rennes, and Ismail Bouneb, a midfielder from Valenciennes, both of whom played pivotal roles in the quarter- and semi-final matches.
France’s last victory in this tournament dates back to 2001.
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