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Venezuela and Mexico advanced to the round of 16 of the FIFA U-17 World Cup, being played in Indonesia, after the group stage came to an end.


Venezuela and Mexico divided points in the U-17 Soccer World Cup

Although Germany defeated Venezuela in Jakarta, the South American eleventh team passed as the best third place while Mexico did its homework and more than fulfilled its goal to beat New Zealand.

In this sense, in the round of 16 there will be the two best from each of the six groups and the four best third parties of the tournament.

The round of 16 will be played from Monday, November 20 to Wednesday, the 22nd of the same month.

Spain, France, Germany, United States, England, Brazil, Iran, Senegal, Ecuador, Morocco, Venezuela, Uzbekistan, Mali, Argentina, Japan, Mexico were the teams that will play the next stage of the U-17 Soccer World Cup.

The "Vinotinto" will face Argentina, while Mexico will compete for a ticket to the quarterfinals against Mali.

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