FILE - In this Oct. 16, 2017 file photo Germany's Jann Fiete Arp controls the ball during the FIFA U-17 World Cup against Colombia in New Delhi, India. Hamburger SV is relying heavily on the 17-year-old school-kid to avoid its first ever relegation from the Bundesliga. Arp has played in the side's last five games – starting the last four – and chipped in two goals as Hamburg claimed two wins and a draw to move just above the relegation zone.
FILE - In this Oct. 16, 2017 file photo Germany's Jann Fiete Arp controls the ball during the FIFA U-17 World Cup against Colombia in New Delhi, India. Hamburger SV is relying heavily on the 17-year-old school-kid to avoid its first ever relegation from the Bundesliga. Arp has played in the side's last five games – starting the last four – and chipped in two goals as Hamburg claimed two wins and a draw to move just above the relegation zone. Tsering Topgyal, file AP Photo
FILE - In this Oct. 16, 2017 file photo Germany's Jann Fiete Arp controls the ball during the FIFA U-17 World Cup against Colombia in New Delhi, India. Hamburger SV is relying heavily on the 17-year-old school-kid to avoid its first ever relegation from the Bundesliga. Arp has played in the side's last five games – starting the last four – and chipped in two goals as Hamburg claimed two wins and a draw to move just above the relegation zone. Tsering Topgyal, file AP Photo

Hamburg hopes pinned on 17-year-old Jann-Fiete Arp

December 07, 2017 04:52 AM

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