Live Score Jr Hockey World Cup India vs Germany Semifinal Live UpdatesThat's it from India TV's LIVE Coverage of Jr Hockey World Cup Semifinal match between India and Germany. Defending champions India faced heartbreaking defeat against six-time title-winners Germany. The final of the Jr Hockey World Cup will be played between Argentina and Germany.
- Final score: India 2 - 4 Germany
- Goal! Boby Singh Dhami scores the second goal of the day for India in the final minute.
- Germany earn another Penalty Corner but a good save by Pawan keeps the powerful shot away from the Goalpost.
- We are into the final 10 minutes here in Bhubaneswar where Germany are leading by three goals at the moment.
- The winner of this game will play Argentina in the final. India 1 - 4 Germany at the start of the 4th quarter.
- No goals in Q3. Germany cruising towards the final unless India pulls out a rabbit from the hat in the last quarter.
- Solid German defence denies India their 2nd goal.
- Germany with the push back, India need to attack and hold their shape as well.
- Q3 starts, India 3 goals behind, Can they bounce back?
- End of the 2nd quarter, India is behind in the first half. India 1 - 4 Germany.
- Goal! Germany convert penalty shoot. 4th goal of the match for the visitors. Christopher Kutter converts the Penalty Stroke into another goal for Germany.
- Goal! India bounce back to score their first goal of the match. Uttam Singh's close-range deflection puts India back in the game.
- Goal! Germany is in no mood to stop, it's 3-0 now and we are just in the 2nd quarter. Muller puts the ball in the Goalpost.
- Poor display of defence by India in the first two quarters.
- A field goal by Holzmueller gives Germany a 2-0 lead.
- Goal! Second goal of the night for Germany. India feeling the heat now.
- Q2 starts, India still chasing Germany. Erik Kleinlein's opening goal keeps Germany in the lead.
- India on the counterattack, earn their first Penalty Corner of the game.
- Goal! Germany covert their second PC of the match into a goal. Takes the early lead in the game.
- The ball is in the Indian half and Germany is dominating the play as of now.
- First PC for Germany, India goalkeeper Prashant Chauhan makes a brilliant save to deny a goal.
@7:35 PM: Let's start the play
@7:30 PM: Both the teams are out in the middle for the national anthem. Germany's national anthem was followed by the host India's.
@7:00 PM: India's lineup
@6:45 PM: Wishesh pouring in
@6:30 PM: India vs Belgium in pictures
@6:00 PM: India coach Reid credits defenders, goalies for win over Belgium
India chief coach Graham Reid on Wednesday gave credit to his defenders for propelling the team into the semi-finals of the FIH Odisha Hockey Men's Junior World Cup 2021. "Yes, our defence today was much better than it was in the first game against France. We are doing a lot of work on it. Our marking was tighter today, maybe not in the first ten minutes of the game. I was just talking to Vivek (skipper Vivek Sagar Prasad) about it and the good part is that we know that we can play much better, you know," said Reid in the post-match press conference.
@5:05 PM: Road to Semifinal
@5:00 PM: The Great Wall of India
FIH Hockey Junior World Cup 2021
Semi-final: India vs Germany
December 3 (Friday), 2021
7:30 PM IST
Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
The Men's FIH Hockey Junior World Cup 2021 is available on Disney+ Hotstar. Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD and Star Sports 3 will telecast the knockout matches live from December 1 to 5.
India Juniors Pawan(GK), Sanjay, Shardanand Tiwari, Sunil Jojo, Abhishek Lakra, Vivek Sagar Prasad, Maninder Singh, Rabichandra Singh Moirangthem, Rahul Kumar Rajbhar, Uttam Singh, Manjeet, Gurmukh Singh, Boby Singh Dhami, Sudeep Chirmako, Ankit Pal, Vishnu Kant Singh, Dinachandra Singh Moirangthem, Prashant Kumar Chauhan(GK), Araijeet Singh Hundal, Yashdeep Siwach
Germany Juniors Benedikt Schwarzhaupt, Hannes Muller, Jean Danneberg, Michel Struthoff, Robert Duckscheer, Masi Pfandt, Erik Kleinlein, Christopher Kutter, Paul Smith, Moritz Ludwig, Maxmilian Seigburg, Antheus Barry, Anton Brinckman, Philip Holzmueller, Nicals Schippan, Mario Schachner, Aron Flatten, Matteo Poljaric