Hockey World Cup 2023: Netherlands Records Biggest ‘14-0’ Win In World Cup History

Netherlands Biggest Win

The Netherlands, a three-time winner, overcame Chile by a score of a record-breaking 14-0 to advance as the first team to the FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup quarterfinals. The Netherlands won three games in a row to finish first in Pool C with a maximum score of nine points.

On Thursday, the Netherlands broke Australia’s record for the most goals scored by a team in a single FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup game.

At the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, the three-time champion Netherlands defeated Chile with a goal in the 48th minute to surpass Australia’s 12-0 victory over South Africa from the previous tournament. Ultimately, the Dutch team defeated their opponent 14-0.

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  • In the sixth, 29th, 34th, and 44th minutes, Jip Janssen and team captain Thierry Brinkman each scored a hat-trick, and Koen Bijen added two more goals in the 40th and 45th minutes.
  • Derck de Vilder (22nd), Thijs van Dam (23rd), Terrance Pieters (37th), Justen Blok (42), and Teun Beins were the other Dutch goal-scorers (48th).

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