Hockey World Cup: Canada, SA play out 1- 1 draw to stay alive
South AfricaÃ¢ÂÂs joy was shortlived as Canada equalised two minutes later when they were awarded a penalty stroke and skipper Scott Tupper took the onus on himself to level the match
Bhubaneswar : Canada and South Africa played out a 1- 1 draw in their second Pool C match to stay afloat in the hockey World Cup here yesterday.
It was South Africa who took the lead in the 43rd minute through a fine reverse stick field goal by Nqobile Ntuli.
But South Africa’s joy was shortlived as Canada equalised two minutes later when they were awarded a penalty stroke and skipper Scott Tupper took the onus on himself to level the match.
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