Australia became the first team to win the Champions Trophy men's field hockey tournament four-straight times when it beat Spain 1-0 in Sunday's final. Eddie Ockenden crashed a penalty corner into the top-left corner of the Spanish net in the 59th minute to give the world champion Australians their 11th win from a record 13 finals appearances. Spain protested the goal and referred the decision to the video referee but the official judged the score should stand and Australia remained unbeaten at the tournament and in 14-straight Champions Trophy games. The Netherlands beat New Zealand 5-3 to take the bronze medal. Germany beat Britain 1-0 for fifth place and Pakistan beat South Korea 5-2 to finish seventh at the elite eight-team field.