The first stage of the U-17 World Cup is over, with 16 teams left to vie for the honour of replacing Nigeria as champions.
Here are five takeaways from what has been an eventful first 10 days of the first FIFA event in the subcontinent.
Greater accent on attack
There has been some great attacking flair on display at this World Cup. The numbers bear it out - 125 goals in 36 matches makes for a goals per game average of 3.47, the highest since the 2005 edition in Peru.
Teams have looked for goals...