Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Olympics Hockey: ‘They came to have a fight,’ admits Belgium’s John-John Dohmen

TOKYO — With over 400 caps, Belgian veteran midfielder John-John Dohmen has played in his fair share of no-holds-barred tussles over the years.

But even he was left surprised at the level of tackles put in by the German side as the Red Lions dusted themselves and prevailed 3-1 to keep up their 100 per cent record.

The world champions took the lead when forward Cedric Charlier netted twice in the first seven minutes.

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