England on Saturday came from behind to defeat Spain in the Under 17 World Cup final.
The Three Lions colts hammered The La Rojas juniors to lift the keenly contested trophy.
England were two goals down just before the half time with Spain winger Sergio Gomez scoring in the 10th and 31st minutes, but the Three Lions rallied to pump in five goals, including four in the second half, through Phil Foden (69th and 88th), Rhian Brewster (44th), Morgan Gibbs White (58th) and Marc Guehi (84th).
Spain finished runners-up for the fourth time after 1991, 2003 and 2007.
The match started at a frantic pace and England had a chance as early as the first minute. Morgan Gibbs-White had a one-two with Brewster, before firing in a fierce low shot from just inside the penalty area, which Spain goalie Alvaro Fernandez palmed away.