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France create shockwaves on Day 9 of Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018

  • 20th ranked France claim stunning victory over Olympic champions Argentina
  • Argentina finish top of Pool A, with France and New Zealand also progressing
  • Spain’s Red Sticks eliminated on day of drama in Bhubaneswar

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Netherlands stunned by Germany on Day 8 of Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018

  • Germany fight back from a goal down to defeat the Netherlands 4-1
  • Windfeder, Miltkau and Rühr all score in final quarter as Germany move top of Pool D
  • Odisha Player of the Match Faizal Saari rescues point for Malaysia against Pakistan

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Kookaburras win Pool B at Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018

  • Late goals give Australia 3-0 victory over England on Day Seven in Bhubaneswar
  • Kookaburras confirmed as Pool B winners with one round of matches to play
  • 17th ranked China remain unbeaten after two games and sit second

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New Zealand downed by Olympic champions Argentina at Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup 2018

  • Los Leones on the verge of quarter-finals after victory against New Zealand
  • Cortes brilliance salvages point for Spain’s Red Sticks against France
  • Argentina sit three points clear at the top of Pool A with plenty to play for

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KOOKABURRAS OUT TO CONTINUE DOMINANCE OVER OLD FOES ENGLAND

The Kookaburras can secure their spot in the 2018 FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup knockout stage and put a big dent in old foe England’s hopes with victory in their upcoming encounter on Tuesday night in Bhubaneswar, India. Continue reading KOOKABURRAS OUT TO CONTINUE DOMINANCE OVER OLD FOES ENGLAND

India and Belgium in thrilling draw on Day Five of Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018

  • Hosts India denied victory over Belgium thanks to late Simon Gougnard strike
  • Result leaves India at top of Pool C on goal difference over Red Lions
  • Canada versus South Africa finishes with the scores locked together

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Majestic Netherlands make statement on Day Four of Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018

  • Hertzberger hits treble as Dutch make title intentions clear against Malaysia
  • Netherlands star Kemperman scores on his 200th senior international appearance
  • Miltkau strike gives Germany narrow triumph over Pakistan’s Green Shirts

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Title holders Australia make winning start as China make lacklustre England pay

  • Tim Brand nets winner as Kookaburras overcome impressive Ireland
  • Du Talake late show gives China surprise point against England
  • Netherlands, Malaysia, Germany and Pakistan all in action on Saturday 1st December

Bhubaneswar, India: The third day of competition at the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018 saw Australia make a winning start to their title defence, while 17th ranked China claimed a surprise draw against England as the first Pool B matches of the competition were played. Continue reading Title holders Australia make winning start as China make lacklustre England pay

KOOKABURRAS CLAIM HARD-FOUGHT FIRST-UP WORLD CUP WIN

  

The Kookaburras have commenced their World Cup defence with a hard-fought 2-1 win over world number 10 Ireland in Bhubaneswar, India, on Friday night.

 

Tim Brand scored the decisive goal in the 34th minute after a inch-perfect pass from Corey Weyer on a fast break to get the world number one Australians off to a winning start as they chase a third straight world title. Continue reading KOOKABURRAS CLAIM HARD-FOUGHT FIRST-UP WORLD CUP WIN