AUS V GER ( QF ) Hockey World League Final Raipur 2015 (M)

AUS
4 - 1
GER

Match Review AUS - GER 4-1

Watch clips from the Australia - Germany game at t…Posted December 2, 2015
Watch clips from the Australia - Germany game at t…Posted December 2, 2015
Watch clips from the Australia - Germany game at t…Posted December 2, 2015
Watch clips from the Australia - Germany game at t…Posted December 2, 2015
Watch clips from the Australia - Germany game at t…Posted December 2, 2015
Watch clips from the Australia - Germany game at t…Posted December 2, 2015
Watch clips from the Australia - Germany game at t…Posted December 2, 2015

Reigning World champions Australia will meet current European and HWL champions the Netherlands in the competition semi-finals after the Kookaburras powered to a 4-1 win over Germany at the Hero Hockey World League Final in Raipur, India.

Clinical strikes Jeremy Hayward and Jamie Dwyer gave the Kookaburras a 2-0 lead over the reigning Olympic champions at the end of the first quarter, while Germany wasted a big chance to reduce the deficit early in the second period when Oscar Deecke saw his penalty stroke saved by Australia’s Andrew Charter. It was a costly miss, with Australia taking a 3-0 lead into half time thanks to Matthew Dawson’s low, accurate penalty corner drag-flick.

Germany threatened a comeback when 2013 FIH Young Player of the Year Christopher Rühr volleyed home in the third quarter, but Glenn Turner added a fourth late on after Die Honamas replaced goalkeeper Nico Jacobi with an outfield player in an attempt to rescue the game.

“The Germans are a great team and historically it is always a tough match between Australia and Germany”, said Kookaburras defender Matthew Swann after the match. “When we get the chance to play them we always want to play our best, and we were happy to get away with a win. It could have been a lot closer but our defenders were really desperate in the circle and it made it very hard for them.”

Hero Man of the Match: Tim Deavin (AUS)

Goals

Team Minute Shirt # Player Action Score
AUS 4 32 HAYWARD Jeremy PC 1 - 0
AUS 5 1 DWYER Jamie FG 2 - 0
AUS 27 6 DAWSON Matthew PC 3 - 0
GER 40 17 RÜHR Christopher FG 3 - 1
AUS 60 4 TURNER Glenn FG 4 - 1

Cards

Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
AUS 22 26 WOTHERSPOON Dylan G
GER 33 27 ORUZ Timur G
GER 59 6 HÄNER Martin G

AUS

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
1 DWYER Jamie 1
X
3 ORCHARD Simon
6
4 TURNER Glenn 1
X
6 DAWSON Matthew 1
X
9 KNOWLES Mark
X
11 OCKENDEN Eddie
4
16 GOHDES Matt
X
17 ZALEWSKI Aran
X
19 DEAVIN Timothy
3
20 SWANN Matthew
6
23 BEALE Daniel
X
24 LOVELL Tyler
X
25 MITTON Trent
4
26 WOTHERSPOON Dylan 1
X
27 GOVERS Kieran
16
30 CHARTER Andrew
X
31 KAVANAGH Fergus
3
32 HAYWARD Jeremy 1
  Team Manager GAUDOIN Paul
  Head Coach REID Graham
  Stand-In Manager APPLEBY Brendyn
  Stand-In Manager EGLINGTON Nathan
  Physiotherapist HAWES Ellen
  Medical Doctor CLAYDON Gary

GER

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
1 JACOBI Nicolas
X
2 MÜLLER Mathias
X
4 WINDFEDER Lukas
X
6 HÄNER Martin 1
3
9 DEECKE Oskar
3
11 STAIB Constantin
X
13 HAUKE Tobias
4
14 RABENTE Jan Philipp
X
17 RÜHR Christopher 1
5
18 KORN Oliver
5
19 TROMPERTZ Moritz
X
20 ZWICKER Martin
X
21 FURSTE Moritz
X
23 FUCHS Florian
3
25 GOMOLL Jonas
X
27 ORUZ Timur 1
X
29 WELLEN Niklas
Bench
32 SPÄCK Andreas
  Assistant Coach MERZ Frederick
  Head Coach ALTENBURG Valentin
  Stand-In Manager McCANN Michael
  Medical Doctor WIDENMAYER Willhelm (Dr)
  Physiotherapist BICKER Mark
  Physiotherapist WATZKE Hannes
  Team Manager LANGNER Eric

DNP = Did not participate
S = Suspended
DSQ = Disqualified

Match Officials

Role Official
Umpire 1 STAGNO Nathan
Umpire 2 MONTES DE OCA German
Reserve Umpire SINGH SANGHA Gurinder
Video Umpire MAIR Andy
Judge 1 de SALES Claudius
Judge 2 KANYANGARARA Aaron
Technical Officer CATTON Steve
  • Match 14
  • Date Wed, 2 Dec 2015
  • Time 20:45
  • Pool/Class QF
  • Venue

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