India bow out with heads held high

  • India U-17s proud to have made their mark on football in their country
  • Hosts exit U-17 World Cup after three straight defeats
  • Matos: “We’ve started the process.”

When India was given the opportunity to host the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017, it was going to be a competition that broke new ground, as well as introduce the Indian public to the game at a top level.

Of course, there was plenty of anticipation for how the host team would fare in the country’s maiden campa…
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