England beat Venezuela 1-0 to win the Fifa Under-20 World Cup in Korea Republic, ending the nation’s 51-year wait for a global trophy.
England started better of the two sides as Dominic Solanke enjoyed two early chances but couldn’t find net
The Young Lions took the lead on 35 minutes, when Dominic Calvert-Lewin showed persistence to fire past Wuilker Farinez
England then withstood a ferocious second-half onslaught from Venezuela.
Freddie Woodman was England’s hero when he dramatically saved Adalberto Penaranda spot-kick 16 minutes from the end.
It is England’s first FIFA U-20 World Cup, capping off a scintillating tournament for the young Lions.
Italy finished in third place after beating Uruguay 4-1 on penalties following a goalless draw.