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The Indian U17 World Cup Squad defeated defeated FC Ingolstadt 1-0 in 10th practice match.

26.08.2015: AIFF PRESS RELEASE : The Indian U-17 World Cup Squad, currently on an exposure trip to Germany, defeated FC Ingolstadt 1-0 on Wednesday (August 26, 2015), in attendance of the AIFF General Secretary Mr.Kushal Das, at the DFI Ground in Germany. Following close on the heels of a 4-0 win against SV Wacker Burghausen on August 22, 2015, the Indian colts started the match on a positive note.

Two forty five minutes halves comprised the match and albeit a goalless first half saw both Teams entwine in a battle to gain advantage, it was the Indian contingent which opened the goal scoring tally of the match in the 46th minute. A well-worked move by the Indian contingent, which saw Aniket release a beautiful through ball, was done sheer justice by Aman’s effort on the goal giving the colts a lead early into the second half.

The Indian contingent thwarted the opposition’ attack and registered a solitary goal win over the German club. Furthermore, the Indian U-17 World Cup Squad will also touch Iranian shores in the month of September to play in the AFC U-16 Qualifiers, which are slated to kick-off in Tabriz City.

The Indian U17 World Cup Squad defeated defeated SV Wacker Burghausen in 9th practice match.

22.08.2015: AIFF PRESS RELEASE : The Indian U-16 colts, currently on an exposure trip to Germany, defeated SV Wacker Burghausen U-16 4-0 on Saturday (August 22, 2015) in Germany. Two early goals in the first half, followed by a late Aniket brace constructed the pillars of an Indian win.

The Indian squad came into the match following a 2-2 draw against Austrian Club side AKA Tirol.The colts edged forward in the 3rd minute of the match as Komal tapped home a delightful cross by Boris.Four minutes later, the colts doubled their lead as Ninthoiganba blasted his opportunity into the back of the net.With two halves of forty-five minutes each comprising the duration of the match, the first half came to an end with the scoreline reading 2-0 in favor of the Indian contingent.

Head Coach Nicolai Adam ringed in changes after the first half and shuffled his pack, introducing Samsher, Sharif, Ajaruddin, Lalrintluanga, KP Rahul in place of Nawaz, Susmit, Gaston, Suresh and Komal respectively.The Indian colts extended their lead in the 65th minute of the match as Aniket sublimely converted his chance following a cross from Rahul.Aniket added another to his goal scoring tally in the 84th minute to hand the Indian contingent a 4-0 win over their opponents.

The Indian U17 World Cup Squad defeated SPVGG Greuther Fuerth U-16 3-2 in 7th practice match.

14.08.2015: AIFF PRESS RELEASE : The Indian U-16 colts currently preparing for the 2017 U-17 World Cup defeated SPVGG Greuther Fuerth U-16 3-2 on Friday (August 14, 2015) in Fuerth, Germany. After defeating FSV Frankfurt 2-0 last time around, the Indian colts suffered a shaky start and succumbed to an early goal by their German opponents in the 11th minute. The Indian contingent came close to equalizing their deficit minutes later as Gaston D’Silva’s shot rattled the cross bar.

The German opponents doubled their lead in the second half, after leading 1-0 at halftime, courtesy of a penalty kick, following a D’silva challenge in the penalty box. Not to be deterred by the two goal cushion of their opponents, the Indian colts scalped one back within minutes as Amarjeet converted the penalty kick, following an uncanny tackle on Ninthoi which prompted the referee to point to the spot, in the 44th minute.

With their deficit halved, spirits high and the flow with them, the Indian colts took the game by its surf and scored seconds later to equalize their deficit. A lighting quick counter attack move, which was initiated by Sanjeev was finished with sheer finesse by Aman to make the score-line 2-2.

In the 54th minute, the provider, Sanjeev, turned goal-scorer as he tapped the ball home to give the Indian colts advantage and a solitary goal lead over their German opponents. The Indian contingent held tight to their solitary goal lead and at the end of full-time the score-line read 3-2 in favor of the Indian colts.

The match was played in two halves of forty minutes each.

The Indian U17 World Cup Squad defeated FSV Frankfurt 2-0 in Frankfurt, Germany. in 6th practice match.

12.08.2015: AIFF PRESS RELEASE :The Indian U-16 Colts, currently on an exposure trip to Germany, defeated FSV Frankfurt 2-0 on Wednesday (August 12, 2015) in Frankfurt, Germany. This was the Indian colts’ sixth exposure match of their two month long exposure trip to Germany, from where they would touch Iranian shores to play in the AFC U-16 Qualifiers, which is slated to kick-off in Tabriz City, Iran.

The match was played for 80 minutes, with two halves of 40 minutes each. The Indian contingent went into the half-time leading by a solitary goal, as Amarjeet slotted home a penalty in the 31st minute following a foul on Ninthoi. Komal was awarded with a brilliant opportunity in the dying embers of the first half to double the lead for the Indian colts, but his chance went abegging.

Changing over, Head Coach of the Indian U-17 World Cup Squad Nicolai Adam shuffled his pack and introduced Aniket in place of Sanjeev in the 65th minute. Aniket scored for the Indian contingent in the 80th minute of the match and doubled the lead which proved to be enough to scrape past the German opponents.

At the end of full-time the score-line read 2-0 in favor of the Indian colts. The Indian U-16 Colts, currently preparing for the 2017 U-17 World Cup, had earlier recorded a tremendous 14-1 win over Rosenheim U-16 on August 08, 2015.

The Indian U17 World Cup Squad 14-1 victory over Rosenheim U-16 in 5th practice match.

08.08.2015: AIFF PRESS RELEASE : India U-16 boys preparing for the FIFA 2017 U-17 World Cup scripted a 14-1 victory over Rosenheim U-16 in a practice match on Saturday (August 8). The boys looked focussed and showed a lot of determination. There were many well planned moves and the colts finished every attack taking the number of goals scored to double digits.

The result came a couple of days after India U-16 boys had put up an inspiring display to go down 2-3 to Redbull Salzburg U-16. The India U-16 boys who are presently preparing for the FIFA 2017 U-17 World Cup to be held in India are presently on a two-month exposure Tour to Germany from where they would be travelling to Tabriz City in Iran to play in the AFC U-16 Qualifiers in September 2015.

The match against Rosenheim U-16 was their fifth practice match since their arrival in Germany in late July 2015. The first goal for the colts came in as early as the 6th minute when Gaston opened the scoring. Thereafter, Aramjeet doubled the score onverting from the spot in the 9th minute after Komal was brought down. Komal soon made it 3-0 in the 12th minute and then Ninthoi made it 4-0 two minutes later. The rivals soon reduced the margin making it 4-1 in the 20th minute. But the Indian colts made it 5-1 off a counter attack in the 25th minute – Rahul scoring his second of the match and the score didn’t change till the interval.

The match was played of 80 minutes with two halves of 40 minutes each. Changing over, Head Coach Nicolai Adam made three substitutions as Samsher, Lal and Aman came in for Nazaw, Suresh and Sanjeev respectively. Rahul soon made it 6-1 to complete his hat-trick in the 43rd minute. The Indian boys scored at regular intervals much to the frustration of their rivals. Ninthoi made it 7-1 in the 51st minute while Aman made it 8-1 in the 55th minute – scoring off a cross from Nong. Nicolai wanting to give exposure to as many boys as possible made three more substitutions in the 49th minute. Sherif came in for Sumit, Ajay replaced Gaston while Nong came in for Rahul.

That was followed by three more changes in the 57th minute Jitu was replaced by Joseph; Aman by Aniket and Komal by Inayat. Keeping in mind the hot conditions, the Referee also gave a water break at the hour mark. Immediately after the water break, Inayat scored to make it 9-1. The score went into double digits when Amarjeet made it 10-1 in the 63rd minute. He was assisted by Ninthoi. Boris came up with two goals in two minutes to make it 12-1 by the 66th. The 13th and 14th goal was scored by Ninthoi in the 68th minute while Aniket completed the rout in the 75th minute.
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The Indian U17 World Cup Squad went down German opposition Redbull Salzburg U-16 Team 2-3 in 4th practice match.

06.08.2015:AIFF PRESS RELEASE : The Indian colts are presently on a two-month exposure Tour to Germany from where they would be travelling to Tabriz City in Iran to play in the AFC U-16 Qualifiers in September 2015. The match against Salzburg was their fourth practice match since their arrival in Germany in late July 2015. Playing against their superior opponents, Ninthoi and Boris scored one each for the India U-16 boys. The Indians trailed 0-1 at the interval.

The match was played of 80-minutes duration with two halves of 40 minutes each. Coached by German Coach Nicolai Adam the Indians looked organised and maintained their shape at the back despite a series of attacks on their citadel. Salzburg eventually surged into the lead in the 22nd minute converting from the spot. Changing over, Salzburg doubled their lead almost immediately finishing off from a combined move from the back. But that spurred on the Indians as India U-16 earned a corner but Komal's shot went wide.

However, a creative move initiated through the right got the best what it deserved when Ninthoi reduced the margin in the 45th minute. Thereafter, the Indians pressed high and created chances. The Indians were fit and won balls in the rival half penetrating the midfield. It started with Amarjit setting it up for Ninthoi but it went wide off the mark.

Next, a down the middle move saw Amarjit create another but Gaston’s shot went off the target. India brought in their first substitution in the 62nd minute – Aman replacing Sanjeev. Salzburg U-16 made it 3-1 soon. A long ball from the Goalkeeper saw it being finished with a rasping shot from some 25 yards.

Not to be deterred, the Indian colts pulled another back – this time Boris finishing it off after combining well with Thoi in the 75th minute. Nong came in for Jitu in the 76th minute and in the 77th minute, another of India’s moves frustrated the rivals but Rahul’s shot went wide.
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The Indian U17 World Cup Squad defeat German opposition defeat JFG Mangfalltal’s U-19 Team 5-2 in 3rd practice match.

01.08.2015:AIFF PRESS RELEASE : An impressive and splendid performance by the Indian U-17 World Cup Squad, currently on an exposure trip in Germany, saw them defeat JFG Mangfalltal’s U-19 Team 5-2 on Saturday (August 1, 2015) in Germany. Three late goals in the second half sealed the fixture for the Indian colts as they culled their second win on the trot.

Domination seemed to be the word of the day, as the Indian colts attacked and pressurized their German opposition from the kick-off; and eventually took an early lead in the 12th minute through Sanjeev’s mellow strike. Albeit JFG equalized their deficit minutes later, courtesy of a penalty kick, the Indian colts seldom lost spirit and attacked in hordes to gain advantage again. Komal did sheer justice to the opportunity gifted to him by a tacky one-touch play in the center field by Suresh and Amarjeet, and scored, to put the Colts back in-charge of the match.

Although the Indian colts dominated possession and controlled the tempo of the match, both Team went into the half-time on level pegging as the German opposition scored from a free-kick scenario in the dying embers of the first half. Changing over, and the Indian colts took the game by the scruff of its neck as they showcased fluid attacking football, highlighted with a streak of glorious opportunities which although went abegging.

Two back to back chances were squandered by the Indian colts around the 65th minute marker, as they pressed on for the decisive goal. With finesse and attacking craftiness, the Indian colts finally breached the German defensive lines in the 79th minute when Aniket blasted his opportunity into the back of the net. A quaggy German defence gave way to two back to back goals minutes later, as the Indian Colts sealed their second victory of the exposure campaign.
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The Indian U17 World Cup Squad defeat German opposition DFI Bad Aibling 2-1 in 2nd practice match.

31.07.2015:AIFF PRESS RELEASE : A sterling performance by the Indian U-17 World Cup Squad embedded with guile and finesse saw them defeat German opposition DFI Bad Aibling 2-1 on Thursday (July 30, 2015) in Germany. The Indian colts sealed the fate of the match in the dying embers of the match by taking the lead, after heading into the injury time on level pegging. Albeit the first half witnessed a heated battle for possession and was goalless, it was the Indian colts who came agonizingly close in opening the goal scoring tally of the match.

First, a routine corner-kick scenario by the Indian contingent, which was finished off with a well-worked shot on target was saved by the German goalkeeper. Then a free-kick earned by the colts in an exciting position flew inches wide of its intended target. Changing over, and the Colts showcased attacking fluidity with defensive solidity as they initiated regular attacks on the opposition’s citadel.

An array of tacky passes saw Ninthoi onto goal in the 55th minute, whose shot however was saved by the German goalkeeper. Next, Aniket’s stinger of an effort was saved once again by the German custodian. And minutes later Jitu rattled the opposition bar by a thunderous effort, only to assert the attacking intent of the Indian colts.

Crafty constant attacks were bound to pierce through the German defence line sooner or later. And in the 77th minute it did, when Suresh scored from a long throw-in. Although the German opposition equalized their deficit seconds later, by a long-range effort, the Indian colts regrouped themselves and mounted waves of attacks on the opposition.

Finesse alongwith sterling attacking moves and tacky passes reaped benefits for the Indian contingent in the dying embers of the match, when Aniket converted a glitzy passing move to give the Indian colts a grandeur lead and a well-worked 2-1 win over their German opponents.
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The Indian U17 World Cup Squad went down fighting 2-3 against German opponents Jahn Regensburg.

26.07.2015:AIFF PRESS RELEASE : The Indian U17 World Cup Squad, currently on an exposure trip to Germany, went down fighting 2-3 against German opponents Jahn Regensburg in their first exposure match of a two month long tour. The Indian colts staged an impressive comeback in the second half of the game as they gave the German opposition a run for their money by springing back to equal pegging after being two goals down at the half way point. However, it was their German counterparts who sealed the game by a penalty in the dying embers of the match.

After succumbing to an early 17th minute goal, the Indian colts rattled the crossbar, following an Amarjeet corner kick, which was manipulated by Suresh with extreme shrewdness. Next, the Indian contingent jotted down some exquisite passes and breached the German defensive lines, only to burst the side netting. A penalty kick to Jahn Regensburg resulted in the reflection of the halfway scoreline as 2-0, in favor of the German opposition.

The Indian colts attacked from the word go in the second half and showcased attacking fluidity with finesse. Continuity of purpose was bound to deliver results, and in the 55th minute it did, when Boris burst on to the scene and scored sublimely to reduce the deficit of the Indian colts. With momentum on their side, the Indian colts stretched their attacking muscles again and were awarded a penalty, after a trailblazing run by Aman was cut-short by a tackle inside the box. The resulting penalty was coolly converted by Amarjit, bringing the Indian colts to level pegging.

However as fortune had it Jahn Regensburg capitalized on an awarded penalty in the 69th minute. And at fulltime the scoreline reflected 2-3 in favor of the German opposition.
Indiau16 Spain trip 03.10.2015: India U-16 2-3 U-19 Levante International
IND : Komol 50'(Pen), Amarjit 80'
The game brought to an end over a two-month exposure Tour of the future World Cup squad to Germany, Iran and Spain.

01.10.2015: India U-16 0-1 Levante U-16
Indian team next match against Levanta International on Saturday (October 3)

30.09.2015 : The Indian U-16 0-5 Villarreal Academy Premises.

27.09.2015 - INDIAN COLTS COME BACK FROM BEHIND TO WIN 2-1


India U-16 2 -1 Hercules U-16 - Spain
INDIA (Amarjit – 57', 83')

AIFF PRESS RELEASE : India U-16 colts came back from behind to register a 2-1 victory against over Hercules U-16 in a practice match on their ongoing exposure Tour in Alicante, Spain.

Down by a goal at the interval, the Nicolai Adam coached Team showed exemplary character and sublime fitness level to score two goals post interval. The rivals were reduced to ten men in the 58th minute after their Striker was given marching orders for a double booking.

The boys had earlier been on a six-week exposure Tour to Germany besides playing in the AFC U-16 Qualifiers in Tabriz City, Iran from where they qualified to the AFC U-16 Finals to be held next year having finished as one of the best second placed Teams.

Amarjit slotted home substitute Aniket’s centre in the 57th minute to restore parity after Hercules had surged into the lead in the 34th minute. Thereafter, they failed to double the lead but failed to convert the spot early in the second half – the rival Striker blasting it wide.

However, an ice-cool Amarjit was made no mistake in the 82nd minute when he converted from the spot to seal the fate. The penalty was awarded after Aniket was brought down inside the box.

The Indian colts who had earlier accounted for Elche U-16 2-0 in the previous practice match, next play Villarreal U-16 on September 29 at IST 10.30PM. All updates would be live on AIFF Official Twitter Handle @AIFFMedia.

Last week, the Indian colts had finished second to hosts Iran in Group E of the AFC U-16 Qualifiers to qualify for next year’s AFC U-16 Finals. However, with India scheduled to host the Championship and set to play as the hosts, the spot instead went to Nepal.

INDIA U-16 PROVE TWO GOOD FOR ELCHE U-16

24.09.2015: AIFF PRESS RELEASE : Fresh from their encouraging performance in the U-16 AFC Qualifiers in Tabriz City, Iran, the India U-16 National Team, presently preparing for the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup registered a 2-0 victory over Elche U-16 in a practice match at the Torrevieja Stadium on Thursday (September 24).

The colts are presently on a Tour to Spain where they would be playing practice matches against Spanish Club sides. The U-16 boys, who had finished 2nd in Group E and in the process earned a qualification spot to the AFC U-16 Finals next year to be played in India (Goa) on merit (besides being an automatic qualifier by virtue of being a host), surged into the lead in the 34th minute.

Ninthoi latched upon a long throw by Goalkeeper Dheeraj and seeing the rival Goalkeeper off his line, he chipped it over his outstretched hands from about 35 yards.In the first half which was mainly confined to the midfield, India had another chance towards the fag end. But even after Ninthoi released Aman in the clear, the latter fumbled a bit in the box allowing the rivals to recover.

However, Aman doubled the score in the second half and the colts held onto it till the final whistle.Meanwhile, Boris had to be taken to a nearby Hospital as he needed stitches after a collision with a rival Player.

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