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The Roar Of The Blue Cubs

DNMUM398395 | 10/11/2017 | Author : Chander Shekhar Luthra | WC :713

After giving Colombia run for their money, Jeakson says India have potential to beat Ghana
U-17 WORLD CUP INDIA 2017
New Delhi: After a loss to the USA in the tournament opener, not many gave India Under 17 ‘Blue Cubs’ any chance against the strongly-built Colombian side.
However, just after 45 minutes into the game, Colombian coach Orlando Restrepo looked the most rattled person around the field.
It’s a different story that Indians lost 1-2 to a side which was not just superior technically but also in physical aspects. The South Americans controlled the ball in the middle, kept better possession and eventually ended up with more shots on goal.
But there was one thing where Indians had total control — and that is their emotions. But for that duration of one minute, soon after scoring their first-ever goal in a FIFA World Cup and le
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