England have qualified for their first ever FIFA U-17 World Cup final after they did the 'unthinkable' on Wednesday.

The young lions beat one of the world powers in football, Brazil, 3-1 in a thrilling semi final contest.

A second international hat-trick in two games by Liverpool youngster, Rhian Brewster sent England's Under-17s to the World Cup final in front of a sell-out crowd in Kolkota.

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The youngLions twice took the lead through Brewster.

The Liverpool striker opened the scoring just ten minutes into the game and as expected Brazil launched a fight and they restored parity through Wesley on 21 minutes.

But England were back in front just before the break, with Brewster scoring his sixth goal from Steven Sessegnon’s byline cut-back.

In the second half, Brewster sealed England’s passage into the final with his third goal of the game which takes his tally to seven at the ongoing tournament in India.

The Three Lions will meet either Mali or Spain on Saturday.

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