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It’s pretty common to hear of a goalkeeper grabbing a late, late equaliser but they’re normally of the Jimmy Glass variety – a scramble in the box and keeper pokes home. However, over at the U17 World Cup, held in Mexico, England conceded an 86th minute goal scored by Canadian keeper Quillan Roberts from his own half. Pick that one out. All is not lost for the Three Lions though – a draw against Uruguay in the final group game will guarantee England’s progression to the knockout stages.

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