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Live commentary Germany – Chile 4:1 (Women World Cup 2022 Spain/Netherlands, Group A)

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18:14

Conclusion:
The Danas start confidently in the field hockey world championship in the Netherlands and Spain. They win 4-1 against Chile at the start. After the DHB selection had already led 2-0 in the second quarter, the South Americans came to the deserved goal shortly before the change of sides. In the third round, Germany literally overran Diablas, but “only” one goal came out of the oppressive superiority. In the last quarter, the Danas confidently played down the lead and put the lid on it with a counterattack (55′). The first endurance test for coach Valentin Altenburg’s team will follow tomorrow, Sunday: it’s time for the prestige duel against the Dutch national team. Have a nice rest of Saturday!

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18:09

Michel vs student! With speed, the German goes half right into the circle and pulls off. The slap shot rolls towards the short corner, but the student is alert and blocks the shot with his foot.

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18:08

Two more good chances for the Danas! First Micheel fails with a slap shot from the turn. The rebound lands on Maertens, whose shot is also blocked.

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18:03

Goal for Germany, 4:1 by Charlotte Stapenhorst

The lid is on! After the short corner for Chile, it goes from back to front at lightning speed. In the circle, Stapenhorst receives the cross from the left and falsifies it on goal. Pupils can fend off the attempt at first, but she is powerless when it comes to re-shooting.

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18:03

Augustina Solano

Penalty corner missed by Agustina Solano (Chile)

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18:02

Second penalty corner for Chile!
Linnea Weidemann gets the ball to Fernanda Arrieta’s body.

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17:59

Nike Lorenz

Penalty corner missed by Nike Lorenz (Germany)
Schröder issues to Lorenz, who has plenty of time to graduate. The flick then gets too central, so that the student can parry effortlessly.

52

17:59

Germany draws the next penalty corner!
Horn goes to the baseline on the left and is only separated from the ball with a stick hit.

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17:58

The Danas are managing now, at least that’s what it looks like. Who can blame them, as the game against the favorite from the Netherlands continues tomorrow.

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17:56

The last quarter begins comparatively quietly, so far there have been no dangerous scenes on either side. But Chile seems a little fresher again after hardly seeing anything from the South Americans in the last round.

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17:53

Into the final section! Will Germany bring home the lead in the first group game?

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17:52

Beginning of 4th quarter

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17:52

Quarter conclusion:
A dominant third quarter for the Danas comes to an end. After 45 minutes it is 3-1 against Chile. In the last half of the game it rained down on the Germans from penalty corners, but it wasn’t until the seventh of the quarter that the bell rang in the Chilean goal. Schröder completed to extend the lead (44′).

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17:48

Anne Schroeder

Goal for Germany, 3:1 by Anne Schröder

So what! Anne Schröder hands over the ball, Viktoria Huse accepts and puts it back to the left to Nike Lorenz. This time she doesn’t shoot herself, but continues to match the editor, who shoots Claudia Schüler through the legs. The ball is deflected and lands flat in the box.

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17:47

There is another penalty corner for the DHB team!
Can Germany seize the opportunity this time?

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17:46

Nike Lorenz

Penalty corner missed by Nike Lorenz (Germany)
Viktoria Huse receives the ball at the edge of the circle and, after a quarter turn, places it to Lorenz on the left. Your shot will then be blocked.

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17:46

Penalty corner for Germany!
Parra concedes the next short corner.

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17:45

Great Dana Attack! Horn drives the ball forward on the right and plays Heinz at the seven-meter point. With the first contact she lays to the left again to Stapenhorst, who then does not fully catch the ball and shoots just to the left of the goal.

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17:43

Chile hardly gets the ball anymore, on the other hand the Germans should be annoyed that they are not leading higher in the meantime. The penalty corners in particular still need improvement.

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17:41

Germany pushes more and more! Granitzki now gets a shot on goal from almost five meters, but is prevented from doing so at the last second by a student who comes out of her box at lightning speed. The German would have liked to call a foul, but boarding is in accordance with the rules.

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17:37

Nike Lorenz

Penalty corner missed by Nike Lorenz (Germany)
The corner series is over. Lorenz is also unsuccessful on her fourth attempt, but this time it’s damn close. She flicks the play equipment just centimeters past the upper left corner.

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17:36

Nike Lorenz

Penalty corner missed by Nike Lorenz (Germany)
The corner is repeated because a German player ran into the circle too early.

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17:35

Nike Lorenz

Penalty corner missed by Nike Lorenz (Germany)
But there is again a short corner.

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17:35

Short corner for Germany!
Hanna Granitzki gets them out.

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17:33

Sonja Zimmerman

Penalty corner missed by Sonja Zimmermann (Germany)
This corner is also unsuccessful. Zimmermann is allowed to run again, but her shot is timed out.

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17:32

Next penalty corner for the DHB selection!
And that whistle is hard. The Chilean defender is said to have played the ball wide on purpose, but this is a standard tackle.

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17:29

Pia Maertens

Penalty corner missed by Pia Maertens (Germany)
And what was that save from a student? Actually, the corner is perfectly executed: Lorenz is ready to take the shot and plays the ball to Maertens as a stab on the stick. Lying on the ground, Schüler comes to the deflected shot of the Germans with the schooner and directs the ball to the crossbar.

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17:28

Penalty corner for Germany!

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17:28

After a ten-minute break, quarter number three begins. This time the Chileans kick off.

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17:27

Beginning of 3rd quarter

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17:22

Mid-term conclusion:
After 30 minutes, Germany and Chile are 2-1 at the Women’s Field Hockey World Championship! Overall, the Danas had a good first performance in the tournament in the first round. Heinz (9′) and Stapenhorst (22′) temporarily made it 2-0 before Chile scored the first penalty corner (27′), which caused coach Sergio Vigil to cry. So it remains exciting for the second half – the South Americans really throw everything into this game and make it difficult for the DHB team. See you soon!

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17:15

Sonja Zimmerman

Penalty corner missed by Sonja Zimmermann (Germany)
Zimmermann wants to flick the play equipment into the corner on the left. The shot then gets too central, however, and the student can parry.

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17:15

Short corner for the DHB team!
Lena Micheel provides the next good opportunity for Germany.

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17:13

Denise Krimerman

Goal for Chile, 2-1 by Denise Krimerman

The goal for Chile! Maldonado gets the ball perfectly presented and scrubs it into the bottom right corner. Maertens on the line can’t prevent this either, as the ball bounces easily and is therefore difficult to control.

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17:12

Penalty corner for Chile!
María Maldonado plays Benedetta Wenzel’s foot.

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17:11

Good save by Kubalksi! Arrieta checks the German goalkeepers with the “Aggi” in the lower right corner. Kubalksi is there and fends off with the schooner.

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17:06

Charlotte Stapenhorst

Goal for Germany, 2-0 by Charlotte Stapenhorst

But now! Germany plays spotlessly forward over a few stations. In front of the circle, Mertens puts through to Stapenhorst, who sends the students to the ground with a quick movement and then lobs them into the goal. Great attack by the DHB team!

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17:06

Nike Lorenz

Penalty corner missed by Nike Lorenz (Germany) Heinz takes out the first short corner for her team. Lorenz executes, but shoots too high at the opponent. So the chance of 2:0 fizzles out quickly.

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17:05

Penalty corner for Germany!

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17:05

Now the team of trainer Valentin Altenburg is challenged defensively. After an aimless pass into the circle, the Germans regain possession of the ball.

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17:02

A similar picture emerges after the restart. The Germans try to play straight forward, but the Chileans defend well.

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16:59

The second quarter begins!

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16:59

Beginning of 2nd quarter

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16:57

Quarter conclusion:
After 15 minutes, the Danas lead 1-0 against Chile through Pauline Heinz’s goal (9′). So far, the South Americans have been brave and push up. But Germany has lived up to its role as favorite so far.

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16:56

Lorenz with a great individual performance! From the middle line on, she fuels up technically adeptly up to the shooting circle. There the referee sees a foul on her and whistles, but takes away the advantage from the German. Bad luck!

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16:54

Wortmann is served by Lorenz on the right in the circle and aims for the near corner with a mop. She doesn’t hit the ball fully – tee shot.

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16:53

Of course, the leadership now gives the DHB selection security, after Chile had previously played courageously. It can go on like this!

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4:50 p.m

Pauline Heinz

Goal for Germany, 1-0 by Pauline Heinz

The leadership! Heinz is played at the top of the circle, doesn’t hesitate and pulls off with the Argentine backhand. The ball hits the bottom left of the net, the student stretches in vain.

8th.

4:50 p.m

First Graduation of the Danas! Heinz comes from seven meters from the turn to the shot, which is blocked at the last second. Nothing will come of the long corner that follows.

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16:48

Las Diablas push Germany in behind. Flores then plays a long pass into the circle, which is rated as a dangerous play.

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16:45

Paula Valdivia escapes Kira Horn for the first time on the left and forces the interaction with María Maldonado. However, the ball bounces – tee off for the DHB team.

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16:44

The Danas try to take over the game from the start. Chile is initially compact, so it is not easy for the favorites to get into the opposing half.

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16:42

The ball rolls! Germany in the black jerseys kick off. Chile wears red jerseys.

16:39

Sergio Vigil, coach of the Chilean national team, overcome the feelings of his own anthem. He is moved and proud to be able to compete with his team in this tournament.

16:35

The kick-off is a little delayed. But it should start in a few moments. Before that, the national anthems are sung, beginning with the German one.

15:24

The Chileans, as runners-up in the Pan American, beat USA and Canada to qualify for the World Cup and only lost to Argentina in the final. The team from South America can play freely as an underdog today and throughout the tournament.

15:24

The Danas go into the game today as clear favorites. While the eagle-bearers have already won six World Championship medals, Chile is participating in a World Championship for the first time. Of course, that also harbors dangers: from the German point of view, against “las Diablas” today it is important to start the tournament with maximum concentration and not to underestimate the opponent. On the contrary: A spirited start can already release energy and inspire the team.

15:22

Happy Saturday afternoon and welcome to the Women’s Field Hockey World Championship! The German team meets Chile at the start of the group phase. It starts at 4:30 p.m.!

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