Paraguay vs Mali Live Streaming FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 First Day

PARAGUAY vs Mali U17 Live Streaming: Here you can watch FIFA Under 17 live online for free.Are you ready to watch?This match is on 06(Friday) October 2017 at Dr. DY Patil Stadium(Navi Mumbai).The match will be played between paraguay and mali.

You can watch Paraguay U17 vs Mali U17 Live Streaming officially on FIFA U-17 World Cup Broadcasting Channels.This Paraguay vs Mali Under 17 Live Stream will be available on every countries TV Channels and other Online Sites.In Latin America, it will be live on DirectTV Sports.In Argentina, it will be available on TyC Sports, El Trece, Telefe, América TV, Canal 9 this live channels.In Brazil, it will be live on SporTV, Band, SBT.In Paraguay, it will be live on Tigo Sports, Telefuturo, SNT, Red Guaraní, Canal 13 Channels.In Uruguay, Paraguay vs Mali U-17 Live Stream will be available on Nuevo Siglo Cable TV Channels.In Japan, it will be live on Dentsu Inc.In South Korea, it will be live on SBS Channel.In India, It will be available on Sony Pictures Networks TV Channel.In Indonesia, Paraguay vs Mali will be live on Indonesia: RTV Channel.

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India 2017 will be Paraguay’s fourth appearance at a FIFA U-17 World Cup. Their debut, and best result to date, came at New Zealand 1999, where they finished fifth. However, they failed to progress beyond the group stage in their two subsequent appearances, at Trinidad and Tobago 2001 and Chile 2015.


Mali qualified for three successive FIFA U-17 World Cups between 1997 and 2001, but then experienced something of a downturn, missing out on the tournament for the ten years that followed. In 1997, the Malians were knocked out on penalties by Germany at the quarter-final stage – the decisive spot-kick was missed by Seydou Keita, who would go on to shine for a number of major European clubs, such as Sevilla, Barcelona and Roma. Two years later, in New Zealand, Les Aiglonnets failed to advance from the group stage, while in 2001, the Africans came close to breaking into the last four, but lost out to Argentina 2-1 in extra time. It was not until Chile 2015, where they made it all the way to the final – which resulted in a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Nigeria – that they overcame the quarter-final hurdle.