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Amajita Draw Uruguay, Japan and Italy at U20 WC

The draw took place in Suwon, featured former Diego Maradona and Pablo Aimar, who lifted the trophy as players back in 1979 and 1997 respectively.

Amajita coach Thabo Senong. Picture: Facebook.

JOHANNESBURG – South Africa will face Uruguay, Japan and Italy in the group stage of the Under-20 World Cup later the year.

The tournament, hosted in South Korea, kicks on 20 May with the final scheduled for 11 June.

The draw took place in Suwon, featured former Diego Maradona and Pablo Aimar, who lifted the trophy as players back in 1979 and 1997 respectively.

Amajita booked their spot in the competition after ensuring a fourth place finish at the recently completed U20 Africa Cup of Nations hosted in Zambia. Thabo Senong’s men lost to Guinea in the third/fourth place playoff.

Serbia, who won their first Under-20 crown after beating Brazil in 2015, failed to qualify for the competition.

FULL DRAW:

Group A: South Korea, Argentina, England, Guinea
Group B: Germany, Mexico, Venezuela, Vanuatu
Group C: Portugal, Costa Rica, Zambia, Iran
Group D: Uruguay, Japan, Italy, South Africa
Group E: France, New Zealand, Honduras, Vietnam
Group F: USA, Senegal, Saudi Arabia, Ecuador

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