Hockey World Cup: Germany beat the Netherlands by scoring three goals in the last quarter

Hockey World Cup: Germany beat the Netherlands by scoring three goals in the last quarter. For the German team, Lukas Windfeder, Marco Macau and Christopher Ruhr scored the goal in the fourth quarter. These three goals changed the look of the match and this fight, considered to be a conflict, finally ended with an impressive win over the German team.

Germany’s team scored three goals in the last quarter, defeating the Netherlands 4-1 on Wednesday in the Hockey World Cup (2018). With this win at the Kalinga Stadium, Germany has retained the top spot in Group-D with six points. It is almost certain to reach its next round.

For the German team, Lukas Windfeder, Marco Macau and Christopher Ruhr scored the goal in the fourth quarter. These three goals changed the look of the match and this fight, considered to be a conflict, finally ended with an impressive win over the German team. In the first half, both the teams fought hard against each other and this was the result of both the teams, with one goal each and equal at the end of the first half.

At the stroke of the ball made by Valentin Verga, the Netherlands took an advantage against Germany in this match, but shortly after the World Number-6 Germany responded. Germany scored a score of 1-1 against the World No. 4 Netherlands on the scoreboard of Mathias Muller just minutes before the end of the first half.

They scored a penalty corner goal. In the second half, there was a tough fight between the two teams. Goalkeepers from both the teams were doing well, but Germany got a penalty corner eight minutes before the end of the match, which proved to be crucial for him.

Reducing the penalty corner, Lukas Windfeder scored the goal in the 52nd minute to give Germany a 2-1 lead against the Netherlands. Two minutes later, Marco Miltakau scored Germany ahead 3-1.

In the last two minutes of this match, Germany got a chance to score a penalty stroke and Christopher Ruhr made no mistake, giving the team a 4-1 win over the Netherlands. Germany’s next match in Group-D will be against Malaysia on 9 December and the Netherlands will be against Pakistan.