England beat Italy 3 – 1 to reach the competitions finals for the first time in history.
A side coached by Paul Simpson came from behind with the help of Dominic Solanke to overcome Italy who took the first lead.
Juventus midfielder Riccardo Orsolini put Italy in charge just two minutes into the game before the Liverpool new Kid from Chelsea, Solanke leveled the scores at the 66 minutes.
England took the lead with Ademola Lookman’s 77 minutes six yards tucking before Solanke secured the lead ten minutes later.
The September born completed his brace from a long range strike that bounced in front of the keeper that helped it enter.
The Young Lions on Sunday finals in South Korea will face Venezuela who beat Uruguay.
England has been undoubtedly incredible as they finished at the top of their group with a record 3 – 0 victory over famous Argentina.
They become the first men’s team to play world Cup final ever since the senior team lifting the 1966 trophy.