10/12/2018 - Rugby, World Rugby, #28264355
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World Series by Renault
Lightweight double sculls always promises exciting racing. Crews cannot have a size advantage, so they must find ways to have technical and slight physical advantages. This year’s racing was no exception. From photo finishes, to surprises, here is a look back at the lightweight men’s and women’s doubles.
Results 9 December
MAS v GER (Pool D) 3 - 5
NED v PAK (Pool D) 5 - 1
Fixtures 10 December (GMT +5:30)
16:45 ENG v NZL (Cross-over)
19:00 FRA v CHN (Cross-over)
11 Dec 2018 16:45 BEL v PAK (Cross-over)
11 Dec 2018 19:00 NED v CAN (Cross-over)
12 Dec 2018 16:45 RG v ENG or NZL (QF)
12 Dec 2018 19:00 AUS v FRA or CHN (QF)
13 Dec 2018 16:45 IND v NED or CAN (QF)
13 Dec 2018 19:00 GER v BEL or PAK (QF)
Final Pool Standings
Out of the Competition
By Jugjet Singh
BHUBANESWAR, India: Malaysia fought bravely but looked set for an early exit in the World Cup as Germany beat them 5-3 in Group D today.
Powerhouse has it easy against Malaysia | Dutch, Pakistan qualify for cross-overs
Indervir Grewal in Bhubaneswar
Germany’s Mats Grambusch (white) and Malaysia’s Azuan Hasan vie for the ball. PTI
GERMANY played “catch me if you can” with Malaysia, unintentionally obviously, while the Netherlands did the tango with Pakistan, before both the European giants sealed comfortable wins in their final pool matches.
By Aftar Singh
Eyes on the ball: Malaysia’s Fitri Saari (left) in action against Germany’s Dan Nguyen during the Group D match at the Kalinga Stadium yesterday.
MALAYSIA’S World Cup campaign is all over after losing 3-5 to Germany in the do-or-die Group D match at the Kalinga Stadium.
By Jugjet Singh
Germany's Christopher Ruhr fights for the ball with Malaysia's Marhan Jalil during the field hockey group stage match between Germany and Malaysia at the 2018 Hockey World Cup in Bhubaneswar. AFP photo
BHUBANESWAR: The Malaysian hockey team put up a gallant fight but lost 5-3 to Germany on Sunday, and the only thing left to do now is pack their bags and head home.
Germany defeat spirited Malaysia to enter quarter-finals; Pakistan qualify for cross-overs despite d
Germany joined two-time champions Australia, Olympic champions Argentina and hosts India in the quarter-finals. Twitter@FIH_Hockey
Bhubaneswar: Germany beat Malaysia 5-3 to maintain their all-win record and seal a direct quarterfinal spot, while Pakistan suffered a 1-5 defeat against the Netherlands but still sneaked into the knock-out stages at the men's hockey World Cup on Sunday.