South Korea shocked 2016 Olympic champions Argentina within the penalty shootout to guide a quarterfinal berth, whereas Germany additionally reached the final eight stage after a simple 5-1 win over France within the FIH Males’s Hockey World Cup right here on Monday.
The South Koreans, who had completed third in Pool B, gained 3-2 within the penalty shootout after the 2 sides had been locked 5-5 in regulation time in an entertaining and excessive high-scoring crossover match on the near-full Kalinga Stadium.
They rode on an impressed efficiency from their 38-year-old veteran Jang Jonghyun, who transformed two penalty corners.
Veteran captain Lee Nam Yong, 39, was additionally among the many scorers as he struck the equalising objective within the 56th minute whereas Kim Sunghyun (18th) and Jeong Junwoo (twentieth) scored the opposite objectives for the South Koreans within the regulation time.
Nicolas Keenan (twenty first and forty seventh minutes) in addition to Nicolas Della Torre (twenty fourth and forty first) struck twice every for Argentina whereas Maico Casella (eighth minute) scored the opposite objective within the regulation time.
South Korea remained the one Asian nation within the quarterfinals and can face Pool C toppers the Netherlands on Wednesday.
Argentina will play in opposition to Chile of their ninth to sixteenth classification match on January 26 in Rourkela.
Earlier within the day, Germany pumped in three objectives within the second quarter to beat France 5-1 of their crossover match and make it to the quarterfinals.
Marco Miltkau (fifteenth minute) gave Germany the lead within the first quarter with a discipline effort earlier than a three-goal burst within the second.
Niklas Wellen (nineteenth), Mats Grambusch (twenty third) and Moritz Trompertz (twenty fifth) had been heading in the right direction within the second quarter.
Gonzalo Peillat (sixtieth), who had earlier represented Argentina, struck from the penalty within the final minute of the match. Germany earned as many as 9 penalty corners from which they scored twice.
Germany, who had completed second behind defending champions Belgium, will face Pool D toppers England within the quarterfinals right here on Wednesday.
Francois Goyet (57th) was the lone scorer for France, who had completed third in Pool A, as they made exit from the event. In addition they received 9 PCs — with seven coming within the fourth quarter — from which they scored solely as soon as.
France will play Wales, who had completed on the backside of Pool D, of their first ninth to sixteenth classification match on January 26 in Rourkela.