The Champions Trophy took place in Melbourne, Australia and opposed the world's best 8 teams. The Red Lions, as the Belgian team is dubbed, took a false start in the round-robin group phase and were ousted for the semi-finals, but find their best form in the play-off matches for places 5-8.
After whipping England 4-0, Belgium moved past Germany 5-4. In the dying minutes of the match, De Saedeleer hit the post for Belgium which left the score at 4-all. In extra time, Dockier became the Belgian hero when he scored a Golden Goal after 4 minutes, the end of the match. Belgium also took 5th place at the past London Olympics, but eyes a medal at the 2018 Brazil Olympics.
Australia lifts the trophy
The Australian hosts took the trophy, beating the Netherlands 2-1 in the final. The Australians made it five in a row after Govers fired in the gold-medal winning goal 4 minutes into extra time.