German women’s hockey won a bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
German women’s hockey won a bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. In the match, National Coach Jamil Mulders’ team won the match 2-1 (0-0) against New Zealand. After Athens’ victory in 2004, it was the first medal for a German women’s team at the Summer Games.
Charlotte Stubbenhurst scored after a superb move on Captain Hannah Krueger and Mary Mavers to lead “Danas” (34th), who had previously played the weak first half. After a short period of lead, Lisa Schutze (38) raised Maher against the “black sticks”, which Germany had previously defeated 2-1 in the group stage. At the end of the third quarter, Olivia Merry shortened a corner kick (45).
Two days after the dramatic semi-final in penalties against Oranje (3: 4), German women rewarded themselves for the committed tournament. The team started poorly in the third-place match. The first half belonged to the more lively “Kiwi”, and keeper Christina Reynolds had to repeatedly prevent her team from being late.
After the lead, Germany improved significantly, temporarily settling into the New Zealand firing circuit and also showing improved body language in duels. In the frantic finale, Reynolds was trusted again.
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