Germany has reclaimed the EuroHockey Indoor Trophy for the 17th time!
In a stunning display of indoor hockey, the German men put on a show to the packed stadium in Berlin. Korper put Austria ahead from one of his lethal corners but the young German side, led by Paul Doesch (who scored 2 of the 6) showcased indoor hockey with goals scored at speed to put the very experienced current World Champions under pressure from the start of the game. Germany was ahead 2-1 at the half time break and followed up with one goal in the 3rd and 3 in the final quarter to put the game beyond the Austrians.
The Dutch proved too strong for the Russian’s today. As Teun Rohof scored a goal in his 7th EuroHockey Indoor Championship! His passion is as strong as ever for the indoor game. (His full interview is on our Instagram page)
Earlier today the C Pool finished up with the Czech Republic and Belgium securing their Championship status for the 2022 Championship. In addition, the Czech Republic secured the 5th European slot at the FIH Indoor World Cup.
Belgium really performed today, knowing that nothing less than a win would be good enough to stay in the Division, they attacked from the whistle. going ahead 1-3 at half time. Simar got on the scoresheet four times today. Poland went without their keeper to claw back some goals at the end of the game but in fact, Belgium got two further goals to put the score beyond Poland.
In what was an incredibly tight game, Czech Republic managed to hold onto their 1 goal lead and take the 5th place slot here in Berlin.