England came from two goals down on Saturday to beat Spain 5-2 to win the 2017 FIFA Under-17 World Cup in India.

The England team who had beat Brazil in the semifinal showed on Saturday that they are destined to be champions.

Sergio Gomez had scored two goals for Spain and it looked like they were cruising to a big win

England however got a lifeline as Brewster reduced the deficit in the 44th just before half time.

The Young Three Lions came smoking in the second half where they scored four goals, but Spain could not add to their tally.

The development ensured England claimed a 5-2 win that saw them succeed Nigeria who won the 2015 edition.