The England U-17 football team came from 2-0 down to beat Spain 5-2 and win the Under-17 World Cup in India on Saturday.
The youngsters had never gone beyond the quarter-finals in the tournament before but emulated England U20s who won their World Cup in June.
The margin of victory did not flatter Steve Cooper’s side, who were superb throughout and could consider themselves unlucky to fall behind to a double from Barcelona forward Sergio Gomez.
Heads did not drop, and from the moment Wolves forward Morgan Gibbs White added to Rhian Brewster’s eighth goal of the tournament to equalise, England looked the most likely to go on and win.
Phil Foden, an outstanding talent for Manchester City and the man of the match, stole in at the back post to put England ahead, and slotted in the fifth late on with a neat shot.
Chelsea defender Marc Guehi also got on the scoresheet, prodding home the fourth from close range, as England avenged Spain’s victory in the European Championship final back in May.
Nigeria remains the most successful team in this competition with five titles.