SUWON, SOUTH KOREA - JUNE 11:  Captain Lewis Cook of England lifts the trophy in victory with team mates after the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 Final between Venezuela and England at Suwon World Cup Stadium on June 11, 2017 in Suwon, South Korea. England defeated Venezuela 1-0.  (Photo by Lars Baron - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Stellar stars lift Under 20s World Cup as England triumph in Korea

Stellar stars have lifted the World Cup after the under 20s beat Venezuela 1-0 in in South Korea.

Lewis Cook of Bournemouth and Everton’s Jonjoe Kenny started for the Three Lions with Liverpool’s Ovie Ejaria and Newcastle’s Adam Armstrong on the bench.

It was an especially proud moment for Lewis, who captained the side and held the trophy aloft as fans all over the world celebrated England’s first trophy since 1966’s World Cup triumph.

The four Stellar players are already being hailed as part of a golden generation who could go on to emulate 66’s Wembley heroes.

Members of England’s current senior squad including Stellar clients Adam Lallana, Joe Hart, Fraser Forster and Kieran Trippier all watched the game and sent their congratulations.

Stellar Group managing director David Manasseh said: “This is a fantastic achievement by the whole team but we take particular pride that four members of the winning team are Stellar Group clients. All four are going to become major stars in the years ahead.

“We have always believed in their talent and determination to reach the top and it is hugely satisfying to see them celebrating their success.”