Spain Sets New Record for Posting Biggest Win in Junior Men’s World Cup

Spain created a new record for scoring the most number of goals in a Junior Men’s Hockey World Cup when they routed hapless USA 17-0 at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneshwar. Interestingly, a few hours before the Spain-USA match got underway on Thursday, Argentina created a new record for posting the biggest win in the Junior Men’s Hockey World Cup when they hammered Egypt 14-0. Argentina had broken the 39-year-old record of India beating Singapore 13-0 in the 1982 edition held at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Interestingly, India racked up their second biggest win in the Junior Men’s Hockey World Cup as they walloped Canada 13-1, which is the fourth biggest win in this showpiece event.

Biggest Wins in Junior Men’s Hockey World Cup

TeamEdition/ VenueOpponentResult
Spain12th – BhubaneshwarUSA17-0
Netherlands12th – BhubaneshwarUSA14-0
Argentina12th – BhubaneshwarEgypt14-0
India2nd – Kuala LumpurSingapore13-0
India12th – BhubaneshwarCanada13-1
West Germany3rd – VancouverZimbabwe12-0
Netherlands8th – RotterdamMexico12-0
Australia8th – RotterdamChile12-0
Germany12th – BhubaneshwarEgypt11-0
South Korea8th – RotterdamMexico11-0
France12th – BhubaneshwarCanada11-1
Pakistan2nd – Kuala LumpurMalaysia10-0
Netherlands5th – TerrassaEgypt10-0
India9th – Johor BahruSingapore10-0
Netherlands3rd – VancouverBelgium10-1
West Germany4th – IpohEgypt10-1
South Korea4th – IpohUSA10-1