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  • 9:53 PM IST

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    India 0-3 USA
    India played well in bits but the visitors were too strong for the hosts. A lot of positives to take away for the Indian Colts from this match.
  • 9:48 PM IST

    3 minutes of additional time after the 90.

  • 9:48 PM IST

    90 ‘ – Sanjeev Stalin tries to curl it to the top corner but puts it wide.

  • 9:45 PM IST

    89 –India tried their best but the visitors were better and hence score three goals.

  • 9:42 PM IST

    83 ‘ – Unlucky to have not hit. US hit on the counter. GOAL for USA by player number 11 Andrew Carlton.

    India 0-3 USA
  • 9:39 PM IST

    Crowds trying to lift the mood of the Indian team. India played well but a momentary lapse led them to conceding a goal.

  • 9:37 PM IST

    77′ – US is now attacking with India looking tired. India are in their own half pegged back by the visitors. The hosts have lost confidence after the second goal.

  • 9:30 PM IST

    70′Nongdamba Naorem showcases his skills in the penalty box. Unlucky to not have scored.

  • 9:28 PM IST

    69′ – Subtitution for India – Rahim Ali comes in.

  • 9:23 PM IST

    64′ – Corner for India. Komla; Thatal takes it. Misses all. ANiket Jadhav couldn’t reach there on time. Opportunity misses yet again.

New Delhi: Hello and welcome to our live coverage from match two in FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 as we bring you all the action here. The second match of the tournament will be played at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi. Hosts India are up against USA in their Group A match.

India are on the cusp of making history as they welcome USA at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi.

India have never participated in a World Cup before and the fact that they are debuting in the FIFA U-17 World Cup is remarkable in itself.

India have been drawn in Group A alongside USA, Ghana and Colombia. Indian U-17 head coach Luis Norton de Matos remains upbeat of his team’s performance against USA.

“It is difficult to build a strong team in seven months but we have done what we can in this short time. There is a gap  between India and the other teams, say from Europe and South America,” said De Matos.

USA head coach John Hackworth said, “We’ve played India once before, we were successful against them. But it wasn’t in the opening game of the World Cup, it wasn’t them hosting a World Cup. My feeling is that, and from the information I’ve heard, there’s going to be a very loud crowd. They (India) are incredibly athletic and hard-working team. We are going to have to beat the host country in the opening game and that is a difficult challenge.”