Six Liverpool youngsters saw their U17 World Cup dream end as England fell to a 3-2 quarter-final defeat to Germany on Monday night.

The Three Lions went 3-0 down in Mexico despite the best efforts of winger Raheem Sterling, who had two long-range efforts saved in the first half and created two excellent chance in the second.  

Left-back Brad Smith was also on the pitch as England embarked on a commendable fight back with goals from Sam Magri (pen) and Hallam Hope, while winger Jack Dunn entered the game on 68 minutes - but it wasn't to be.

Adam Morgan, Matty Regan and Tyrell Belford were all unused subs on the night.

The six will now return home.