Second quarter begins and the level of the game also rises.
Australia got a penalty corner which they failed to convert it, thanks to a beautiful defence by Netherlands goalkeeper. While defending the defending champions make a foul resulting in the Dutch getting a PC.
Thinking they would double its lead, Australian goalkeeper defended brilliantly.
The second semi-final will see defending champions Australia take on the Netherlands in Bhubaneswar.
In the head to head comparison, Australia won 5 out of 11 matches played between the two sides while Netherlands emerged victorious on 4 while 2 ended in a draw.
A rare history awaits two-time defending champions Australia as they chase a record hat-trick of titles.
World no. 1 Australia is second only to four-time champions Pakistan, having won the world title thrice before, which includes back-to-back gold medals in the last two editions of the tournament in 2010 and 2014.
The Dutch, who have won the title thrice before -- the last time being in 1998 --, too would be desperate to break their 20-year-old jinx. Netherlands would be high on confidence especially after their hard-fought 2-1 win over home favourites India in the quarterfinals on Thursday.
The clash is expected to be an edge of the seat thriller as both the teams play a contrasting style of hockey.