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The Mali goal that wasn't

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Mali look to continue winning against the odds

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In Guwahati, it's time for Africa

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Brazil seal third spot over Mali

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Goals from Alan and Yuri Alberto guided Brazil to victory at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata.

Brazil soaked up the pressure from a strong first-half performance by African champions Mali to clinch the third place at the U-17 World Cup, with Alan (55th minute) and second-half substitute Yuri Alberto (88th minute) scoring in a 2-0 win at the Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata on Saturday.

Both teams went in needing to pick themselves up for a game neither would have wanted to play. Brazil began their pre-match warm-up with a quiet huddle by the centreline, before soaking in the applause from the stadium....

Brazil, Mali look to savour last dance in India

Brazil will be in action at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata on the last day of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup, potentially in front of a capacity crowd that has embraced them as their own.

There is a small plot twist though, which will disappoint coach Carlos Amadeu's team just as much as it will the football-city they have entertained over the last one week: It is a third-place playoff -- the starter before the main course, in a manner of speaking -- only the third such in eight semi-final appearances...

The Mali goal that wasn't

Cheick Oumar Doucoure (in yellow) had no business taking the audacious strike he took on goal.
Cheick Oumar Doucoure (in yellow) had no business taking the audacious strike he took on goal.

37,847 pairs of eyes at Navi Mumbai's DY Patil stadium saw Cheick Oumar Doucoure score arguably the 'goal' of the 2017 U-17 World Cup in the semi-final against Spain on Wednesday. The one pair that mattered though - those of line referee Toru Sagara - did not.

The Malian midfielder had no business taking the shot. His side were 2-0 down and seemingly out of ideas at the hour mark. Doucoure was some thirty yards away from Spanish keeper Alvaro Fernandes. Yet when he whiplashed his right foot...