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No gloomy goodbyes: Five players the U-17 World Cup will miss

With the teams going through to the round of 16 identified, it has meant the end of the road for eight teams at the U-17 World Cup. India and North Korea are the only teams that go out without winning a single point, while Chile and the North Koreans remain the only two teams to not score in the group stages. But that hasn't meant there haven't been some heroic performers from these teams.

Here are five players that impressed, but will not be seen in the World Cup Monday onwards.

Rahul Kannoly, India

U-17 WC: The youngest, the tallest and those from the big clubs

England U-17 striker Jadon Sancho.
England U-17 striker Jadon Sancho.

A total of 504 players from 24 teams. All of whom will be hoping to become household names in the years to come.

The teams for the FIFA U-17 World Cup in India are out. The tournament begins on October 6 and will feature the likes of Brazil, Spain, England, USA, France and Germany. It will also see hosts India, New Caledonia and Niger making their first appearance at any FIFA event.

You may not know many of the players who will be in action next month, but here are some interesting factoids to chew...