DAY 4: SOLD OFF STADIUM

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2006-09-09 • In the first match for a long time India looekd like the winner, but the South Africans punished them by equalizing the score to 1:1. With these two points lost, India is almost out of the competition. A real tie-breaker was the match Germany vs. the Netherlands. Even without goals in the first half, the match was always thrilling and saw a spirited German fight after the Dutch 2:0 lead. By equalizing the score to 2:2 Germany won an important point, whereas Holland now really is under pressure. The thrid match saw New Zealand with difficulties against a surprisingly active Japanese team. The final result of 1:0 for New Zealand was lucky for the winner of the qualifier. The last match was a demonstration of hockey dominance, as Australia defeated Argentina with four goals against nil. Tomorrow the BDO WorldCup will continue, with the Warsteiner HockeyPark already fully booked.

PLAYER OF THE DAY: Brent Livermore (AUS)

 

DAY 4

» South Africa - India   1 : 1
» Germany - Netherlands   2 : 2
» Japan - New Zealand   0 : 1
» Argentina - Australia   0 : 4

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» Day 1: Wednesday • 2006-09-06
» Day 2: Thursday • 2006-09-07
» Day 3: Friday • 2006-09-08
• Day 4: Saturday • 2006-09-09
» Day 5: Sunday • 2006-09-10
» Day 6: Monday • 2006-09-11
» Day 7: Tuesday • 2006-09-12
» Day 8: Wednesday • 2006-09-13
» Day 9: Friday • 2006-09-15
» Day 10: Saturday • 2006-09-16
» Day 11: Sunday • 2006-09-17

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FINAL RANKING

RK TEAM
1 Germany
2 Australia
3 Spain
4 Korea
5 England
6 Pakistan
7 Netherlands
8 New Zealand
9 Japan
10 Argentina
11 India
12 South Africa

 

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