FIFA U17 World Cup | Turkey vs New Zealand: Key players to watch out for!

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Internet Desk: With the FIFA U17 World Cup just round the corner everyone’s eyes will be on their favourite teams and among them people will be eager to look out for their favourite players.

The total of 24 teams that are participating in this football extravaganza comprises of some of the finest players who will definitely make to the big stage in the near future.

Today on the eve of the match we take a close look as to the players who are to be watched for as the eyes of millions of fans round the globe will be surely upon them.

New Zealand

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Image: Facebook

Charles Spragg will be the man to look out for as he a remarkable debut for the Kiwis. The match which saw New Zealand routing Samoa 11-0 saw Spragg bagging four goals. He scored 7 goals in 5 games in the OFC Championship for the All Whites.

Turkey

Image: Twitter

Image: Twitter

The Turks would be largely dependent on Malik Karaahmet who happens to be one of their most important forwards. The striker who plays for German third division club Karlsruher SC scored three goals in the 2017 UEFA European Championship and would be eager to continue his goal getting form in this tournament too.

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