The title of Rhian Brewster has been scorching at the lips of English soccer lovers this week after he helped fireplace the England Under-17s to World Cup glory.
Brewster gained the golden boot for scoring 9 instances – together with back-to-back hat-tricks – as Steve Cooper’s males went all of the approach in India.
And, after receiving a hero’s welcome upon his go back with the crew, the 17-year-old took his World Cup medal for a walk spherical Chadwell Heath the place he grew up.
Speaking after touchdown again at Heathrow on Monday, Brewster was once keen to fret he knew how a lot arduous paintings was once forward of him.
“We’ve just got to try to keep our heads down, work hard and get back to club football and not be big-time,” Brewster informed Press Association Sport.
“We need to work hard, train hard, play hard. That’s what we’ve got to do. Hopefully we will then get our opportunities at first-team level.”
Source: By PA Sport Staff