New Zealand and Turkey opened their FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 campaigns with a hard-fought 1-1 draw in Group B on a steamy evening in Navi Mumbai.

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Ahmed Kutucu of Turkey in action during the FIFA U-17 World Cup group B match between New Zealand and Turkey at DY Patil Cricket Stadium

The Turks had the better of the first half, with Ahmed Kutucuas headed goal from a corner their just reward. They could have opened the scoring as early as the sixth minute, but Melih Gokcimen failed to beat the goalkeeper on a breakaway and Atalay Babacan misfired on the rebound.

The Kiwis grew into the match after going behind, pressing well on either side of half-time. Their goal came from a bit of fast thinking just before the hour mark when Elijah Just took a quick free-kick and found a streaking Mata alone in the box.

Both teams traded narrow misses the rest of the way, but New Zealand went closest, as Charles Spragg fizzed a shot just over the crossbar with 15 minutes to go, and the impressive Just hit the post in the 83rd minute.

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