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XI FIP Polo World Championship 10.2017, Syndey - España uno de los 8 mejores equipos de Polo del Mundo ! - playoffs -



Spain and England (Playoffs European Zone) have qualified and will moved on to the championship final round - FIP Polo Worldchampionship 2017, October Sydney !


Finals, Day 3.
Sunday May 7th at The Polo Club du Domain du Chantilly, France.

Sunday's games were played simultaneously...
If France lost against England, Spain had to win to qualify for the final round. Germany on the other hand could force a penalty shootout with France and Spain by winning.
Everything was set on Chantilly's field 1 for Spain vs. Germany. Germany played fast and open polo, changing their positions for this game as Heinrich Dumrath was back. Spain on the other hand tried to slow the pace a bit, making the game more favorable for their players and horses. The game was tied for the duration of the match, with Germany having a slight advantage thanks to the goal and a half awarded for the handicap difference. But finally, Spain could take the lead with only 30 second to go after Pelayo Berazardi's lecture of the field left him alone with the ball and no opposing players in front !
Spain qualifies for the final round in Sydney after 9 years of their last World Polo Championship semifinal in Mexico 2008.
Result (Spain/Germany): 5-4 1/2

Meanwhile England vs France. England's previous wins had them at least on an eventual penalty shootout. France had to win and wait for Spain vs Germany's result to see if the qualified directly or forced a penalty shootout.
The locals won for most of the match, playing fast paced polo with the help of N'Goumou and Paillol. England seemed to be playing below their possibilities, then the 4th chukker came and with it the best horse of the final, played by an even more impressive Will Lucas. Everything was decided in the last half, with England finally beating France 7-6.
This result, along with Spain's last second win, qualifies the englishmen for Sydney.
Result (England/France): 7-6

Teams:
Spain:
Mario Gomez 4, Antonio Ayesa 3, Pelayo Berazardi 5 and Jose Trenor 2.
Total 14 goals.
Seleccionador: Benjamín Araya
Team Manager: Luis Benjumea


England:
Henry Porter 2, Mark Baldwin 3, Satnam Dhillon 5 and Will Lucas 5.
Total 14 goals.

France:
Julien Reynes 3,  Patrick Paillol 5, Pierre N’Goumou 5 and Alexandre Sztarkman 1.
Total 14 goals.

Germany:
Heinrich Dumrath 3, Max Bosch 3, Caesar Crasseman 3 and Caspar Crasseman 3.
Total 12 goals.

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ESPAÑA, España Polo Team, clasificaba para el mundial de Polo, Sydney en octubre este año ¡!

Con un hándicap de 14 goles, la Selección Española de Polo, se clasificó brillantemente – por primera vez desde el año 2008 -  para el XI FIP  Campeonato del Mundo de Polo, que se celebrará en Sidney a partir del 15 de Octubre 2017.   En los ‘playoffs’ de la zona Europea (Paris, Mayo 2017) España   tenía que enfrentarse a los equipos de Francia, Inglaterra y Alemania.
El equipo de la Real Federación Española de Polo, formado por  dos polistas de Barcelona y dos polistas de Sotogrande,  Mario Gómez, Tonete Ayesa, Pelayo Berazadi y José Trénor junto con la selección Inglesa serán los dos representantes europeos en dicha competición.
La  selección española, dirigida por Benjamin Araya ganó dos de los tres encuentros de los que disputó.
España – Francia  5 / 4
España – Inglaterra 7 / 8
España  - Alemania 7 / 6,5
El primer partido contra Francia era vital al ser la favorita del torneo, tras los traspiés contra Inglaterra, el equipo se fajó para ganarle a una gran Alemania por un ajustado 6 a 5 y medio – con un gol del  joven  talento del Polo Español,  Pelayo Berazadi en el último minuto ¡!.


Equipos

España:
Mario Gomez 4, Antonio Ayesa 3, Pelayo Berazardi 5 and Jose Trenor 2.
Total 14 goals.
Seleccionador: Benjamín Araya
Team Manager: Luis Benjumea


England:
Henry Porter 2, Mark Baldwin 3, Satnam Dhillon 5 and Will Lucas 5.
Total 14 goals.

Francia:
Julien Reynes 3,  Patrick Paillol 5, Pierre N’Goumou 5 and Alexandre Sztarkman 1.
Total 14 goals.

Alemania:
Heinrich Dumrath 3, Max Bosch 3, Caesar Crasseman 3 and Caspar Crasseman 3.
Total 12 goals.

Foto: copyright Luis Benjumea, all rights reserved.
Spanish Polo Team, Real Féderacion Española de Polo: Mario Gomez, Antonio Ayesa, Pelayo Berazardi, Jose Trenor; Seleccionador: Benjamín Araya; Team Manager: Luis Benjumea




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