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Young England fan lifts ‘World Cup’ after undergoing radiotherapy for brain tumour

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England’s dream of lifting the FIFA World Cup trophy for the first time since 1966 could still face some major roadblocks. But for a young boy named Ben, the dream came true. Ben, diagnosed with brain tumour, asked to have his own ‘World Cup’ trophy a week before undergoing six weeks of radiotherapy for the treatment at the Bham Children’s Hospital in Birmingham, England.boy-body

One of the doctors who treated the young football fan, Liam Herbert, in a tweet, wrote, “Ben has just completed his #radiotherapy for a #braintumour, he was unable to walk and talk before his treatment but a week ago he asked for the World Cup, so we delivered. England and Harry Kane can you do the same?”

England defeated Colombia on penalties in the Round of 16 to make way into the quarterfinals of the World Cup 2018. It is for the first time since 2006 that the Three Lions have reached the quarters and for the first time that they’ve survived penalties. They will face Sweden in hopes of making it to the semifinals.

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