That's it from the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati, which also brings us to the end of the group-stage fixtures of the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup. England, who routed Iraq 4-0 at the Yuva Bharati Krirangan in Kolkata, tops Group F while Iraq and Mexico qualify as well.
The Mexican coach and fans will be worried about his side's inability to score goals against organized defensive units for they will be facing the high-flying Iran in the Round of 16. Diego Lainez and Jairo Torres have been the bright spots on the Mexican side, but it is high time the others step up as well.
Chile, on the other hand, will take heart from the fact that they managed to end their otherwise disappointing campaign with a solid defensive performance, similar to their showings in the U-17 CONMEBOL championships earlier this year. Hernan Caputto's side struggled to adapt to Indian conditions all along and paid a dear price for their mistakes in the first two games.