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No gloomy goodbyes: Five players the U-17 World Cup will miss

With the teams going through to the round of 16 identified, it has meant the end of the road for eight teams at the U-17 World Cup. India and North Korea are the only teams that go out without winning a single point, while Chile and the North Koreans remain the only two teams to not score in the group stages. But that hasn't meant there haven't been some heroic performers from these teams.

Here are five players that impressed, but will not be seen in the World Cup Monday onwards.

Rahul Kannoly, India

New Caledonia hold Japan to 1-1 draw

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New Caledonia ended their maiden FIFA appearance with a 1-1 draw against Japan.

New Caledonia ended their maiden FIFA appearance at any level with a 1-1 draw against Japan in Kolkata on Saturday.  Captain Jekob Jeno scored an 84th minute equaliser to give them their first point in their first World Cup appearance. The result means that Japan finish second in Group E with four points, and will stay in Kolkata for their round of 16 clash on October 17 against England. 

Japan coach Yoshiro Moriyama made nine changes to his starting lineup from their previous game and...

New Caledonia take fantastic memories from maiden WC

New Caledonia ended their maiden FIFA appearance at any level with a 1-1 draw against Japan in Kolkata on Saturday, with captain Jekob Jeno scoring an 84th-minute equaliser. The result means that New Caledonia finish last in Group E and will not progress to the round of 16. However, they'll take a lot of positives from their maiden appearance at the tournament.

The only journalist travelling with the New Caledonian team in India is Nouvelle-Caledonie 1ère's Martin Charmasson. He has been...