Chile vs. England: 5 Things We Learned at FIFA Under-20 World Cup

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Chile vs. England: 5 Things We Learned at FIFA Under-20 World Cup
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England secured their second point of the FIFA Under-20 World Cup, coming from behind to earn a 1-1 draw against Chile.

Peter Taylor's side appeared sluggish early on, possibly still affected by their late collapse against Iraq in the previous game. They struggled to maintain possession and deservedly went into the interval a goal down, as Nicolas Castillo converted a 32nd minute penalty following a foul by Daniel Potts.

England then rallied and were far more cohesive in the second period, eventually equalising through Tottenham's Harry Kane on 64 minutes.

Each side carved out a handful of opportunities to claim all three points, but will be satisfied with a draw that keeps both squads in contention to qualify for the last 16.

Here's five England-related talking points to emerge from this contest.

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