'13Christopher HeldC. Held
'14Matt Guise-BrownM. Guise-Brown
'20Sam FrenchS. French
'34Christopher HeldC. Held
'46Tim SeagonT. Seagon
'46Rhodri FurlongR. Furlong
'58Mario SchachnerM. Schachner
'59Matt Guise-BrownM. Guise-Brown
'60Gonzalo PeillatG. Peillat
SOJan-Philipp FischerJ. Fischer
SOWill CalnanW. Calnan
SORaphael HartkopfR. Hartkopf
SORupert ShipperleyR. Shipperley
SOJustus WeigandJ. Weigand
SOKei KaeppelerK. Kaeppeler
SOLinus MüllerL. Müller
SOSam FrenchS. French
SOGuido BarreirosG. Barreiros
Men’s EHL Ranking Cup
M10: Mannheimer HC 2 (M Schachner, G Peillat) Hampstead & Westminster 2 (M Guise-Brown 2), Mannheim win shoot-out 2-0
Mannheimer HC stunned Hampstead & Westminster with a shoot-out win after a crazy closing to normal time ended with three goals coming in the last two minutes.
Indeed, Gonzalo Peillat scored with six seconds to go to send it to that shoot-out where Jean Danneberg managed to keep out all of the London club’s efforts, leading to a 2-0 success.
For a long time, it was defences on top with Hampstead & Westminster taking the lead in the 14th minute via corner gun Matt Guise-Brown.
James Sutcliffe’s amazing diving stick – covering behind Toby Reynolds-Cotterill – denied Jan-Philipp Fischer from a brilliant chance while Linus Muller also saved off the line at the far end.
From there, it was tight and intense with both defences holding up well until two and a half minutes from the end as neither side were able to make full use of their corners.
Eventually, Mannheim got level from a scrappy one, Mario Schachner cleaning up in front of goal after a mistrapped effort was worked around the circle, offering a couple of bites of the cherry for Justus Weigand and Paul Zmyslony.
That was far from the end of the drama as Guise-Brown shot a rocket through the Mannheim corner defences with 100 seconds to go. No matter, Peillat stepped up even later with a low push to make it 2-2.
Into the shoot-out and it was goalkeepers on top with plenty of good saves. Peillat was was the only man to score in the first four rounds via a stroke won by Raphael Hartkopf as Danneberg and Reynolds-Cotterill made block after block.
And eventually Guido Barreiros put the result to bed with goal two in the fifth round for a 2-0 success.
Umpires: M Dutrieux (BEL), A Fedenczuk (SCO)