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Finley McAllister, a young player for Manchester United, participates in the amazing 10-0 victory

Finley McAllister, a midfielder for Man United, started the World Cup with a goal and an assist as England’s Under-17 team defeated their opponents 10-0.

Finley McAllister, a young player for Manchester United, described his involvement in England Under-17s’ thrilling 10-0 victory against New Caledonia in their World Cup opening on Saturday as a “unbelievable feeling.”

In Indonesia, the youthful Three Lions had the ideal start to their World Cup campaign, thoroughly dominating their opponents. They jumped out to a 4-0 lead by halftime and continued to score six goals after the restart, consolidating their position atop Group C.

United midfielder McAllister came off the bench just after the hour mark, with England leading six goals to none. McAllister has made six appearances for the Reds’ Under-18s in the Under-18s Premier League this season, scoring two goals and dishing out two assists. He took Reiss’s spot at Chelsea.-Denny Alexander Russell.

McAllister, who turned 17 in July, made an immediate impression, setting up fellow replacement and Arsenal academy graduate Ethan Nwaneri to score the game’s sixth goal for the Three Lions. On the boundary of the penalty area, he passed the ball to him, and he bent home a magnificent effort.

In the first minute of injury time, McAllister scored the final goal to put England in double figures by hitting a low shot into the bottom corner through a packed penalty area. The young player’s goal, which was his first international goal, was a lovely strike.

Following the match, McAllister said on social media, “Unbelievable feeling to score my first international goal for my country in a World Cup finals along with an assist and a perfect start to the tournament.”

The Under-17 World Cup champions, the Three Lions, who defeated Spain 5-2 in the final after coming back from a 2-0 deficit, will play Iran on Tuesday. It starts at 12 p.m. UK time.

The Three Lions will play the South American team at 12 p.m. on Friday to wrap up their group stage campaign against Brazil. Brazil’s opening game on Saturday ended in a 3-2 loss to Iran.


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