Hockey – German hockey player won his fourth victory in South Africa – sport

hockey:German hockey players take their fourth win in South Africa

He scored a penalty kick to make it 1-0 for the German men’s hockey team against South Africa: Christopher Rohr in play. Photo: Sebastian Julino / D (Photo: dpa)

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Buchfström/South Africa (DPA) – Germany’s men’s hockey team also won their fourth and final game in the South African Pro League. The renewed team of new national coach Andre Henning celebrated a 3-1 (2-0) win over the home side at Potchefstrom.

Christopher Rohr (11 minutes / seven metres), Malt Hewig (28 / seven metres) and Paul Kaufmann (46) scored goals for Germany, which climbed to second place in the current professional league table. Previously there were two wins over France 3-2 4-2 and a 6-1 win over South Africa at the same venue.

France and South Africa have moved into the field of nine in the world’s best hockey league for Australia and New Zealand. Both teams from Oceania have had to cancel their participation in the current season due to the coronavirus-related travel restrictions imposed by their government.

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