England had Micky Chambers to thank after his goals helped them finish fifth at the World Championships.
England 1-0 Iran
Amputee World Championships
Sunday 18 November 2007
England finished fifth at the Amputee Football World Championships after securing wins over Ukraine and Iran.
After losing the Brazil in the quarter-final, The Three Lions picked themselves up to win back-to-back games to conclude their Turkey expedition on a high.
Micky Chambers (pictured) has been England's hero all tournament and the free-scoring forward was the toast of his team-mates once more.
He cracked a hat-trick during England's 3-1 win over Ukraine. Chambers then hit the only goal of the game, a sublime chip over the advancing keeper, as England beat Iran to cemented fifth place in the competition.
Those four strikes meant he finished the leading scorer in the competition with eight goals.
There was more good news for the England team as captain Dave Tweed was handed the Championship's Fair Play award.