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A tale of two wingers

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Brewster announces himself with complete performance against U.S.

Rhian Brewster hat-trick helps England cruise past U.S.
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Rhian Brewster's hat-trick helped England to a 4-1 win over the U.S. in the quarterfinal.

Match ball cradled in his arms, Rhian Brewster is the last player to climb into the England team bus on Saturday night. As he makes his way to his seat in the back, getting a few pats from appreciative teammates, he rushes out again. A couple of his family members are hanging around on the driveway of the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda. A quick chat later and a few hugs later, Brewster returns to his teammates. He has made them wait, but he can get away with it. Right now he is the most feted...

Rhian Brewster hat-trick helps England cruise past U.S.

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Rhian Brewster hat-trick helps England cruise past U.S.

Rhian Brewster scored a hat-trick as England defeated the United States 4-1 in the quarter-finals of the U-17 World Cup in Goa.

The U.S. were outplayed all throughout, and following Brewster's first-half brace, Morgan Gibbs-White had already put the game beyond them with England's third in the 64th minute.

Josh Sargent, one of the U.S.'s better players on the night, got a consolation goal in the 72nd, before Brewster completed his hat-trick from a penalty in injury time.

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England, U.S. U-17 teams provide hope for floundering football nations

England U-17 players train in Goa ahead of the quarterfinals.
England U-17 players train in Goa ahead of the quarterfinals.

Two teenage boys - one in the solid crimson bearing the stamp of three lions rampant, the other in American white -- swaggered into the pre match press conference at the Nehru Stadium in Fatorda. Each was likely equally confident of scripting history history - Andrew Carleton, the captain of the USA U-17 football team leading his country to only its second World Cup semifinal and Marc Guehi, taking England to its first. It won't be the first time that Carleton, and Guehi will be meeting each other,...