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With very Vanasch in part: Waterloo Ducks to the finals of Euro Hockey League
Hockey The Waterloo Ducks play tomorrow the final of the Euro Hockey League. For the third time won the Watducks in Eindhoven after the taking of shoot-outs. After two late goals, it was after the regular sixty minutes of 1-1. In the shoot-outs showed Vincent Vanasch again why he is the best keeper in the world.

After Dragons (2012, 2013, 2014 and 2017), Leuven (2009), Racing (2014), Daring (2015), and Herakles (2018) if the Waterloo Ducks in Eindhoven, the sixth Belgian team a taste of the Final 4 of the Euro Hockey League. And after a thriller against Mannheimer plays the team coach, Xavier De Greve as a second Belgian team – after Dragons in 2013 – the final of this prestigious European clubcompetitie.

In a closed first half there were no goals. A strong Simon Gougnard made again for some nice actions and it was also Watducks that the only penalty corner of the first thirty minutes could decorate. The shot of Gauthier Boccard, however, was interrupted by the German goalkeeper Lukas Stumpf.

In the second half was the pressure of Mannheim bigger. With a first penalty corner for the Germans threatened great danger for Argentina's specialist Gonzalo Peillat is rarely a miss to catch. Vanasch saved, however, handsome.

Watducks took aim at shoot-outs, but with 86 seconds left on the clock, there was suddenly William Ghislain that Watducks in the seventh heaven lap. So it seemed anyway, as 51 seconds later, Mannheim, germany a penalty corner. And this time shot Peillat or tap: 1-1 and the shoot-outs.

the shoot-outs walk by the way as a red thread through this edition of the Euro Hockey League. Yesterday, the four quarter-finals after shoot-outs to decide and for Watducks was after Surbiton and Dragons the third time that five players to the 23-meterlijn were allowed. A great Vanasch saved the first three German attempts, for Watducks scored Pieter Van Straaten and John-John Dohmen. A moment later, it was Romain Penelle that the decisive shoot-out over the German keeper's lap.

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