The match ended 3-3 in the regulation time. In the ensuing penalty shoot-out also both the team were again tied 3-3. Finally, Germany prevailed against the Red Lions by 2-1 in the sudden death to win the high-volage match and eventually the title.
Thierry Brinkman (34th, 39th minute) scored a brace and Jip Janssen (32nd) struck another for the winning team.
The Harmanpreet Singh-led India finally signed off the World Cup on a positive note.
While, Victor Charlet (two goals in 17th minute) scored a brace, Curty Eliot (13th minute) and Xavier Gaspard (42nd minute) found the back of the net once each for the winning team.
Silverius Shello (seventh and 31st minutes) scored a brace and Shahmie Irfan Suhaimi (33rd minute) struck the other goal for the winning team.
The match ended 2-2 in the regulation time.In the ensuing penalty shoot-out Belgium scraped past Netherlands 3-2
Germany edged out Australia in a nail-biting semifinal match.
Mandeep Singh, Manpreet Singh, Sukhjeet Singh, and Vivek Sagar Prasad each scored one goal. Harmanpreet Singh and Abhishek both scored a brace each.
The match ended 2-2 in the regulation time. In the ensuing penalty shoot-out, Wales pipped France 2-1.
Proteas were clearly the dominating side in the match. They created as many as six penalty corner opportunities and converted one of those chances.
The match ended 2-2 in the regulation time. In the ensuing penalty shoot-out, Germany edged out England 4-3.
The impact of the Men in Blue’s premature exit was clearly evident across the fan park at the Kalinga Stadium.
Korea are currently the crowd-favourite in the marquee event after India’s exit.
While Tom Boon converted a penalty corner in the 10th minute, Van Aubel Florent gave a brilliant field goal in the 15th minute.
Spirited Spain fought well against the mighty Australians and gave them a good scare. However, the experienced Australians prevailed in the end.