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Coupe du monde féminine de hockey : les Red Panthers, en manque de réussite, s’inclinent face à l’Australie

Women’s World Cup Hockey: Red Panthers, winless, bow out to Australia

The Red Panthers lost 2-0 to Australia in Group D of the Women’s World Cup of Hockey on Tuesday night. Belgium dominated but could not find fault despite creating several chances. For its part, Australia, ranked third in the world, capitalized on the highlight of the 3rd quarter to score two goals in the space of a minute.

The 1st quarter saw both goalkeepers go without interference, creating a long watch period of nearly 13 minutes. Protected by a lot of bullet losses Raoul Ehren Nevertheless, this start of the crowd stopped, they presented the first boost with a key for a 1st PC at the end of the period. Dispatch Stephanie Vanden Pore Denied by the goalkeeper Alisha Power And Amber BalengianWhen it comes back, it has nothing to do with it France of the word. In the next quarter the Belgians occupied the places better and better. A 2nd Belgian PC was counting on a disengagement Justin Rasir, the defense also objected. Australia lost their video by contesting the 3rd PC, Vanden Borre fell asleep outside the frame. The double world champions (1994-1998) had only one chance at the end of the 1st half with a counter-attack which was well defended by the Belgian 4th PC opposition defence, but Link Hilleweart observed the grain.

When Belgium took control of the game after the break, the Belgium 5th was distracted by the PC line-stopper and the Panthers were going to lose all advantage of this good possession on the field with two minutes to go. A quick free kick on the edge of the circle was surprising Lucy Brain And Elena Chotkeallows Greta Hayes To open the scoring (0-1, 39th). Knock, the Belgians have no time to get up Rebecca Greener Sodkiu hit the post to double the Hawkeyes’ lead on the rebound. It wasn’t until the end of the 3rd quarter that Belgium got their heads up a bit, but the 6th PC played in phase and again countered well. Belgium tried to close the gap late in the game, but the last two PCs (7th and 8th) went to waste, sealing the score at 0-2.

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“It’s a double feeling. I’m disappointed but proud to dominate the third world nation.”Explain Judith VanderMeyrenRed Panthers player. “We had big chances but we didn’t convert them. We conceded two stupid goals in actions where there were no real chances. It hurts. The whole team is disappointed. But I’ve been in the national team for ten years now and we’ve never played this well against Australia.”.