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Belgium wins First historic Hockey World Cup 2018, Full Summary.

Belgium wins First historic Hockey World Cup 2018. Full report, Summary.

Belgium won the tournament for the first time after defeating the Netherlands 3–2 in the final on a penalty shoot-out after a 0–0 draw, while defending champions Australia won the third place match by defeating England 8–1.

FIH Men's Hockey World Cup 2018 final winners, runner-up, team, belgium, netherlands.
FIH Men's Hockey World Cup India 2018.

Most 14th edition of  FIH Men's Hockey World Cup 2018 will take place  among the Top 16 World's best international hockey teams at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, India scheduled from November 28 to December 16

List of Hockey World Cup Winners, Runners-Up: All-time Champions.

 Men's Hockey World Cup 2018 Award Winners, full summary report, ranking.

Here Look at the full summary, results, comprehensive reports from the 14th edition of Odisha FIH Men's Hockey World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018 award, winners & much more. 

Bronze medal match:   England 1, Australia 8

Odisha Player of the Match:    Tom Craig (AUS)

Gold medal match: Belgium 0, Netherlands 0 (Belgium win 3-2 After Shoot-Out)

Odisha Player of the Match: Vincent Vanasch (BEL)

Hockey World Cup 2018 Awards winners.

Odisha Best Player: Arthur Van Doren (BEL)

Odisha Mining Corporation Best Goalkeeper: Pirmin Blaak (NED)

Hockey India Best Junior Player: Thijs van Dam (NED)

Hero Top Scorer: Blake Govers (AUS) & Alexander Hendrickx (BEL) – 7 goals

Odisha Fair Play Award: Spain

Hockey India Fans Choice: Arthur Van Doren (BEL)

Hockey India Maximum Team Goals: Australia

Hockey India Best Team Goal Celebration: India

Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018 – Ranking, Positions

1: Belgium

2: Netherlands

3: Australia

4: England

5: Germany

6: India

7: Argentina

8: France

9: New Zealand

10: China

11: Canada

12: Pakistan

13: Spain

14: Ireland

15: Malaysia

16: South Africa

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FIH Men's Hockey World Cup 2018 Full Schedule & Results. 

(All times are local in UTC+5:30 )

28 November 2018:       Belgium   2 -  1 Canada

28 November 2018:     India   5  -  0     South Africa

  India started their campaign with a dominating 5-0 win against South Africa.       Three field goals and two from PCs gave India a commanding start at the 2018 Hockey World Cup in Bhubaneshwar.          Man-of-the-Match Simranjeet Singh scored two goals for the hosts, while Lalit Upadhyay, Akashdeep Singh, and Mandeep Singh chipped in with a goal apiece in a game dominated by India.

29 November 2018:     Argentina   4 -  3   b Spain

Spain’s Red Sticks lead twice before Argentina emerged as 4-3 winners.        Argentina stars Agustin Mazzilli and Gonzalo Peillat both scored twice for the Olympic champions “The first half was a bit crazy with a lot of goals, both against and also for us, but in the end, it was a win and it was what we needed, to start the competition in a good way” - Coach:  Lucas Vila

29 November 2018:       New Zealand   2 -  1    France

 #Odisha2018 Player of the Match Stephen Jenness smashed home from a tight angle to seal victory for the Black Sticks.              France pulled a goal back in the final minute thanks to a penalty corner rocket from team captain Victor Charlet.             South African umpire Peter Wright presented with his Golden Whistle in recognition of umpiring 100 international matches.

30 November 2018:    Australia    2  -  1    Ireland

Odisha Player of the Match Tim Brand nets winner as Kookaburras overcome impressive Ireland.         We always knew it was going to be a tough game, playing the world number one in the first game of the World Cup” - Ireland’s Jonathan Bell.         Ireland will play China while Australia go head-to-head with England on Tuesday 4th December

30 November 2018:     England    2  -  2    China

 Du Talake late show gives China a surprise point against England.          China earns a point in the first ever World Cup match after a dramatic equalizer thanks to Du’s powerful penalty corner drag-flick.          England leads 2-1 in the latter stages thanks to strikes from Mark Gleghorne and Liam Ansell after Guo Xiaoping gave China a surprise lead.

1 December 2018:      Netherlands    7  -  0     Malaysia

 Netherlands make a big statement against Malaysia.        Jeroen Hertzberger’s remarkable return from the international wilderness continued, with the 32-year-old forward scoring three wonderful goals.        Robbert Kemperman volleyed home from close range, making the occasion of his 200th senior international appearance even more memorable

1 December 2018:      Germany   2 - 1   Pakista

 Germany (WR:6) and Pakistan (WR:13) could not be separated in the first two-quarters of game.         The match burst into life in the third quarter, with Germany breaking the deadlock.       The Green Shirts came close to leveling moments later through a sliding Muhammad Zubair, but Pakistan forward was unable to trouble Germany goalkeeper Tobias Walter

2 December 2018:     Canada    1  -  1    South Africa

 South Africa dominated the opening period of their match against the Canadians.     Canada’s resistance was finally broken near the end of the third period thanks to Nqobile Ntuli.           It was a lead that lasted just two minutes, with Canada captain Scott Tupper firing a penalty stroke past goalkeeper Gowan Jones

2 December 2018:     India    2  -  2    Belgium

 India and Belgium played out a thrilling draw.         A sensational atmosphere greeted the players of India (WR:5) and Belgium (WR3) as they walked out onto the turf in front of a sell-out 15,000 people packed Kalinga Hockey Stadium.         The 2-2 score-line leaves India at the top of the pool on goal difference ahead of the Red Lions

3 December 2018:    Spain    1 - 1    France

 France struck early in the contest with Timothee Clement’s goal.       Alvaro Iglesias scored the all-important equalizer in the 4th quarter which proved to be the final goal of the game.         Goalkeeper Quico Cortes makes stunning penalty stroke save to deny France the victory

3 December 2018:    New Zealand    0  -  3   Argentina

 Los Leones on the verge of quarter-finals after victory against New Zealand.       Argentina’s 3-0 victory over New Zealand sees them move onto six points at the top of Pool A.         Lucas Vila named Odisha Player of the Match

4 December 2018:      England   0  - 3   Australia

 England & Australia (WR:1) could not be separated in the first three quarters.          The goalkeepers excelled, with England’s George Pinner making two fine penalty corner blocks before Tyler Lovell pulled off a miraculous stick save from Mark Gleghorne’s penalty corner drag-flick.            Jake Whetton, Blake Govers, and Corey Weyer scored for Australia in the fourth quarter

4 December 2018:       Ireland    1  -   1   China

 Ireland (WR:10) and China (WR:17) remained scoreless throughout the first two quarters.          China scored the 1st goal of the match when Guo Jin finished off a beautifully worked penalty corner routine.           Ireland equalized moments later through Odisha Player of the Match Alan Sothern to finish the match at 1-1

5 December 2018:      Germany   4  -  1    Netherland

 Germany’s scintillating performance moved them onto the top of Pool D with six points.     As it so often is, Germany (FIH Hero World Ranking: 6) versus Netherlands (WR:4) match was high in both quality and pace.         The Germans scored three quick goals in the final quarter to seal the tie for their team

5 December 2018:       Malaysia    1  -  1    Pakistan

 Malaysia (WR:12) and Pakistan (WR:13) played a 1-1 draw leaving Pakistan third in the pool, ahead of last-placed Malaysia on goal-difference.          There was little to choose between the two sides in the first two quarters, with both teams having chances to take the lead but not making the most of their opportunities.            Pakistan took the lead with Muhammad Atiq finding the bottom corner of the goal but MAS hit back with five minutes left to play thanks to a superb penalty corner drag-flick from Odisha Player of the Match Faizal Saari

6 December 2018:      Spain   2  - 2   New Zealand

 Spain (WR: 8) started the day two points behind opponents New Zealand (WR:9) but established a commanding 2-0 lead going into halftime.        New Zealand had a mountain to climb, but they proved worthy of the challenge, scoring two superb goals in the fourth quarter.         With this draw, New Zealand finishes third in the pool and qualify for the crossover matches.

6 December 2018:     Argentina    3 -  5   France.

 20th ranked France claim stunning victory over Olympic champions Argentina.              This victory takes France to the next round of the competition, finishing second ahead of New Zealand and the eliminated Spain.          Despite the defeat Argentina top Pool A to qualify for the quarter-finals

7 December 2018:     Australia    11 -  0   China

Govers Blake twice, Kangaroos smashed 11-0, but unfortunately, China couldn't make a  single shot on Target.     It is the big match in 2018 Hockey cup, because, not any other team did the same.

7 December 2018:     Ireland   2  -  4    England

8 December 2018:      Belgium   5  -  1    South Africa

8 December 2018 19:00 Canada   1  -  5   India.

9 December 2018:     Malaysia   3 -  5   Germany.

9 December 2018:    Netherlands   5  -  1     Pakistan

Cross-Over, Playoff will be held on 10-11 December.

10 Dec.       England     2 - 0    New Zealand 

10 Dec.       France   1  -  0      China 

11 December.     Belgium   5  -  0    Pakistan 

11 Dec.       Netherlands 5 - 0 Canada

Quarterfinals will be played on 12-13 December.

  12 Dec.   QF 1:      Argentina    2   -  3     England

  12 Dec.    QF 2:      Australia     3  -  0   France   

13 Dec.   QF 3:     Germany     1 - 2     Belgium

13 Dec.   QF 4:     India    1 -  2    Netherlands

Semifinals will be played on 15 December.

16 December:     SF 1:   Australia     3 - 4 (pen)      Netherlands

16 Dec.     SF 2:    England   0 - 6     Belgium

3rd Place match will be played on 16 December.

England   1  -  8  Australia.

Men's Hockey World Cup 2018 Final will be played on 16 December at 19:0

Belgium   2  -  2   Netherlands.

Netherlands wins the 2018 Hockey World Cup on 3-2 penalties.  

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