Argentina overcame a late fightback from Canada [ Images ] to score a 4-2 victory and set up a clash with India [ Images ] in the seventh place play-off in the men's hockey World Cup, in Delhi [ Images ], on Tuesday.
Lucas Martin Villa (29th minute), Matias Enrique Paredes (43rd), Mario Nicolas Almada (56th) and Tomas Innocente Argento (70th) scored for Argentina, who finished fourth in Pool A with six points -- from two wins -- the same as New Zealand [ Images ].
Scott Tupper and David Jamesson scored for Canada in the 60th and 65th minutes respectively.
Earlier, South Korea shocked fancied The Netherlands 2-1 but failed to make it to the last four stage because of an inferior goal difference as both teams finished with 11 points, while defending champions Germany [ Images ] saw off a late challenge from New Zealand to score a thumping 5-2 victory and book a semi-final berth.
Argentina will play India, who finished fourth in Pool B with four points, on Friday.
Argentina had a better goal difference of minus three (eight scored and 11 conceded) than New Zealand's minus four (eight scored and 12 conceded).
New Zealand play South Africa [ Images ], who finished fifth in Pool B for the ninth-tenth places on March 12 while the team that finishes with the wooden spoon will be decided on March 11 between Pakistan and Canada, bottom finishers in Pool B and A respectively.