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Liverpool duo continue to make waves for England

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Liverpool pair Raheem Sterling and Adam Morgan were both on target as England beat Argentina on penalties at the Under-17 World Cup in Mexico.

Sterling pegged back the Argentines just before half-time, riffling into the corner past Bruno Galvan.

And when it came to the dreaded penalty shoot-out, Morgan kept his cool as the young Loins booked with place in the quarter-finals, where they'll face Germany, the same side who the full England team faced at the same stage at last year's World Cup finals in South Africa.

 

Morgan could have even won the game late on, but Galvan produced an inspired save to keep the scores level.

Both players have been tipped to make quiet an impact at Anfield, with Sterling close to making a first-team appearances, while Morgan has been compared to Robbie Fowler, for his prowess in front of goal.

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