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29 New Delhi: Riding on Maxime Plennevaux`s double strike in the last 10 minutes of the match, Belgium posted a come-from-behind 2-2 draw against Pakistan to qualify for quarterfinals while Germany thrashed Egypt 6-0 to make the cut at the Hero
South Africa were left ruing missing a host of scoring opportunities against New Zealand as they were knocked out of a quarterfinal spot in the Junior World Cup on Monday. Needing simply not to lose to advance, they failed to convert five penalty
Asian champions Malaysia scored a narrow 2-1 win over South Africa to become the first team from Pool D to qualify for the quarterfinals of the ongoing Hero FIH Junior World Cup at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, here on sunday.
But the scoreline could have been the opposite, if not for the video referrals. Having come back twice in the match, India were level at 2-2 and repeatedly raiding Canada's circle looking for the winner. During one such attempt, in the 68th minute,
30 New Delhi: Christopher Ruhr scored a hat-trick as Germany thrashed Pakistan 6-1 in their Pool A match of the Hero FIH Junior Men`s World Cup at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, here on Saturday. Besides Ruhr, Lukas Windfeder, Alexander
The last time it happened in a major hockey tournament was at the London Olympics last year. India never recovered from that deflating loss and went on to finish bottom of the heap. Chances are, Friday's defeat to the Dutch in the opener
India fought well but lost to the Netherlands 2-3 in a Pool C match of the Hockey Junior World Cup at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here Friday. Runners-up in the last edition of the tournament in 2009, the Netherlands stamped their
European winners Belgium created the first upset of the tournament, stunning defending champions Germany 3-1 in their opening Pool A match of the Hero FIH Junior Men`s World Cup at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here on friday.
The India Under-21 team squandered three penalty corners and as many clear chances in their second and final practice match before the Junior Hockey World Cup, which begins on Friday. Yet, Wednesday evening's result notwithstanding at any rate,
Korea started quickly but goals from Alex Danson, Georgie Twigg and two each from Kate Richardson-Walsh and Lily Owsley turned the match around. Olympic champions the Netherlands take on European champions Germany in the second Pool A match later on