On 7th October Formidable line up of Germany will be takes on Costa Rica in their Fifa U-17 World Cup 2017 Campaign opener. This Germany vs Costa Rica U-17 Football Match will be schedule to played at Fatorda Stadium, Margao from the 5-00 PM Local IST time on satruday.
Germany under 17 Football Team who is Searching for the First Title of the Tournament as they made 10 appearance but still looking for the first title.
“Our first aim is to win against Costa Rica, Iran and Guinea and top the group in order to qualify for the knock out round,” Head Coach of Germany stated Wuck said.
“Players like Jann-Fiete Arp, Elias Abouchabaka and Dennis Jastrzembski who will be in action tomorrow are billed as the ones who will take up the mantle from illustrious names like Thomas Muller and Toni Kroos,” added the former Bundesliga player, said.
“These youngsters are not burdened with the pressure of winning a World Cup. Instead, to play in India is seen as an opportunity to learn and develop not just their footballing skills but their personalities and even education,” German team’s media manager Ronny Zimmerman explained.
On the other side Costa rica who is the last team to arrive in Goa on 3 october they will be given two different grounds in training session. Costa Rica Who won all the four games of Central American Qualifying Events and reach in the 2017 Concacaf U-17 Championship. So they looking to good performance here against Germany side in their Group C Clash.
How to Watch Germany vs Costa Rica Fifa U-17 World cup Live Stream – TV Coverage
All the Football Fans of India can Catch the Germany vs Costa Rica u17 football world cup Match live telecast and coverage on Sony Network channel of Sony Ten 2 channel and DD Sports channel on 7th October at 5-00 PM IST time while Online Viewers enjoy the Germany vs Costa Rica Fifa U-17 WC Live streaming on Sonyliv.com website from official sites.
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The Teams (From):
Germany: Luca Plogmann, Alexander Nitzl, Pascal Hackethal, Dominik Becker, Jan Boller, Noah Awuku, Shaverdi Catin, Eric Majetshcek, Jan-Fiete ARP, Elias Abouchabaka, Nicolas Kuehn, Luis Klatte, Dennis Jastrzembski, Yannik Keitel, Kilian Ludewig, Lars Mai, maurice Malone, John Yeboah, Jessic Ngankam, Yann Bisseck and Marian Prins.
Costa Rica: Ricardo Montenegro, Andres Hernandez, Fernan Faerron, Karin Arce, Amferny Arias, Wabter Cortes, Morio Mora, Christian Munoz, Julen Cordero, Greivin Fonseca, Felipe Flores, Jose Alfaro, Brandon Calvo, Ronnier Bustomante, Josre Abarca, Andres Gomez, Yecxy Jarquin, Kevin Chamorro, Sebastian Castro, Alexander Roman and Daniel Chaon.