In the final match in the last match between India with Indonesia, India defeated Indonesia 16-0 in order to be qualified for an Asia Cup knockout stage. India's selection for this year's World Cup was in their own decision. Even a victory over a weak Indonesia wouldn't have guaranteed India a spot for the knockout phase.

After India gained a 6-0 advantage at halftime of the GBK Sports Complex Hockey Stadium in Jakarta, Dispan Tirkey and Abharan Sudev turned the game around.

Despite conceding two goals in seven seconds in the middle of the game, Canada ended up holding for a 3-2 win and win gold. Jade Iginla is the eldest of Jarome Iginla's children. Her entire family attended Labahn Ice Arena. Labahn Ice Arena to take part in Monday's game.

Jarome who is now 44 was awarded gold medals at many international events during his lengthy career which included his participation in the U20 World Juniors, the World Cup of Hockey, and the Olympics.

The team from The Super Four in the ongoing Asia Cup in Jakarta will complete the 16 teams that will compete in soccer's World Cup in Bhubaneswar and Rourkela in India between January 13 and 29 next year.

Two venues for the World Cup will feature four Asian teams: Malaysia, South Korea, Japan and India. The two countries that make the showpiece in the world are the highest teams in Oceania, New Zealand and Australia.

The other teams that qualify come of Argentina, Belgium, Chile, England, France, Germany and The Netherlands, South Africa, Spain and Wales.

In 2018 India was also the World Cup hosts where Belgium took home the gold medal, Netherlands silver, and Australia bronze. Malaysia came 15th of 16 teams. They did not win a single game.

The Czech hockey players defeated US players US team 1-0 in the Tampere World Championships to secure an invitation to the quarterfinals in 2022's IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship by securing a 1-0 win against their counterparts from the U.S. in both teams their final game of the first group phase. Matej Blumel scored the game's only goal in the first period on a breakaway, and Karel Vejmelka was able to stop all 24 shots he was able to fire and even a few tough shots in the final moments.

Slavkov Chateau park was the site of the first ever living statues festival within the Czech Republic on Saturday. Twelve living statues and 32 individuals with body art were on display at the event. One of the statues that were living were Antonio Santos aka Staticman, one of the pioneers of living statues. Around 8,000 people attended the event. The chateau's spokesperson promises that it will be a tradition. Because of the coronavirus precautions this year, the event will not take place between 2020 or 2021.

There's a lot more to be decided before the two final days of round-robin play in the Men's World Championship after a wild Sunday.

The hope for Great Britain to avoid the drop was shattered defeat on Sunday, after surrendering an early lead and losing 4-3.

GB must now be able to beat Austria at the weekend in regulation in order to avoid being removed from the top level after playing in the last three matches at the top division.

With just eight points, Latvia is mathematically still qualified to play in the playoffs but will need some help to get there.

With a lead of 3-1 at the half-way point, Great Britain was playing the same way as they've played throughout the tournament. The first goal of the period was scored by Brett Perlini and Cade Neilson -one from the power play and another that included an attackerthe Brits were making the most of the opportunity. Oskars Batna scored in the 24th minute to bring the score to within a goal for Latvia However, the Lewis Hook goal at 26:26 was deemed to be sufficient.

It was so, or so they thought. The Janis Jaks strike at 34:34 resulted in a one-goal match for the second time and it was Latvia -- the more dominant team going on the offensive in the third. Rihards Bukarts scored in 51:49 to make it a tie for Latvia as well as Andris Dzerins struck within a minute after an unpopular clipping penalty by Great Britain, giving Latvia its first advantage in the gameand more important, it was there until the final whistle.

In a game that was full with twists and turns Germany was able to defeat Kazakhstan 5-4 , on Sunday.

Kazakhstan is now required to be able to beat Italy on Monday to stay clear of the relegation process as Italy having a one-point lead.

The first half was a wild as the team traded leads throughout the first period. Roman Starchenko scored first at 2:57 But the German's Jonas Muller answered back two minutes later, to reply.

The goalie was strong throughout the next 10 minutes before Yegor Petukhov defeated Dustin Strahlmeier, giving Germany its second lead of the match.

After that, goals scored by Leonhard Pfoderl, and Daniel Fischbuch made it 3-2 Germany after a hectic final period and Detroit Red Wings defenseman Moritz Seider assisting in the scoring of the goals. Germany was able to make 4-2 after Lukas Reichel's goal and Pavel Akolzin's late goal cut the lead to one, and helped make way for an exciting third period.

And it was. Within 38 seconds of the match, a wild attack resulted in Nikita Mikhailis tie the game once more for Kazakhstan. However, at 47:08 Kazakhstan had to concede a backbreaker following Yasin Ehliz made a mistake and was able to regain Germany's advantage that they couldn't give up.