The players who represented Germany won the World Cup men’s hockey tournament held in India last night (29th).
After winning the 2018 World Cup Championship and the 2020 Olympic Games Championship, the Germans were able to taste the sweet taste of victory with 04-05 goals against Belgium, which is in second place according to the world rankings.
After securing the title in 2002 and 2006, Germany managed to claim the World Cup after 17 years in action.
This time, the decisive final match between Germany and Belgium was extremely intense from the beginning to the end, and as a result, the number of goals scored by both sides was recorded as 03-03. As a result, the International Hockey Federation had to use penalty kicks to select the winning team this year, just like last year (2018). Silver medalist Belgium was named the best team in this year’s series and Germany’s Niklas Wellen was awarded as the best player of the tournament.
Belgium’s Vincent Vanasch was named the best goalkeeper of the series, South Africa’s Mustapha Cassiem was named the best young player, and Australia’s Jeremy Hayward, who has 09 goals, was awarded as the top scorer in this tournament.
The last silver medalist Netherlands was able to claim the bronze medal in this tournament by defeating the last time bronze medalist Australia by 03-01 goals.
The number of goals recorded in this tournament which consisted of 44 matches is 249. It is also special that the number of players who joined to collect that number of goals is 116. (Divaina)