Field Hockey World Cup: Netherlands, Argentina, New Zealand, Australia straight into the quarter-finals after the first round - other sports

Field Hockey World Cup: Netherlands, Argentina, New Zealand, Australia straight into the quarter-finals after the first round – other sports

The Red Panthers will have to play a playoff against Chile to reach this stage of the competition.

The Netherlands, New Zealand, Argentina and Australia are the four countries that qualified directly for the women’s hockey world cup quarter-finals, after the group stage that was held Thursday evening in Terrassa, Spain, and Amstelveen, the Netherlands. . Eight other countries ranked second and third in their group, including Belgium, second in Group D, will play with each other to reach the top eight places in the world.

On the last day of the first round on Thursday, England beat China 2-0 (Gr.B) and Argentina 7-1 over Canada (Gr.C), India beat New Zealand 3-4 (Gr.B) and Spain beat Korea Southern 4-1 (Gr.C). Belgium’s Red Panthers opened the tournament on Sunday with a 4-1 victory over South Africa, before handing Australia over after a bitter (0-2) defeat on Tuesday, securing second place in Group D with a 3-0 victory. over Japan on Wednesday. The four group winners, Netherlands (GR.A), New Zealand (Gr.B), Argentina (Gr.C) and Australia (Gr.D), play their places in the semi-finals. The winners of the qualifiers reserved for the second and third groups.

In chronological order, these dams will oppose Germany to South Africa (5:00 pm) and the Red Panthers to Chile (7:30 pm), on Saturday in Amsterdam. On Sunday, Spain will face India (6:00 pm) at home Terrassa, before the duel between England and South Korea (9:30 pm).

In the event of victory on Saturday by supporters Raoul Ehren Against the 17th country of the world, the Belgians will find the Netherlands on their way to a place in the last four. This flat country duel against the world champions, Olympic champions and the tournament’s top favorites will take place on Tuesday 12 July (7:30pm), still in the outskirts of Amsterdam.

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The Netherlands, New Zealand, Argentina and Australia are the four countries that qualified directly for the women’s hockey world cup quarter-finals, after the group stage that was held Thursday evening in Terrassa, Spain, and Amstelveen, the Netherlands. . Eight other countries ranked second and third in their group, including Belgium, second in Group D, will play with each other to reach the top eight places in the world. On the last day of the first round on Thursday, England beat China 2-0 (Gr.B) and Argentina 7-1 over Canada (Gr.C), India beat New Zealand 3-4 (Gr.B) and Spain beat Korea Southern 4-1 (Gr.C). Belgium’s Red Panthers opened the tournament on Sunday with a 4-1 victory over South Africa, before handing Australia over after a bitter (0-2) defeat on Tuesday, securing second place in Group D with a 3-0 victory. over Japan on Wednesday. The four group winners, Netherlands (GR.A), New Zealand (Gr.B), Argentina (Gr.C) and Australia (Gr.D), play their places in the semi-finals. The winners of the qualifiers reserved for the second and third groups. In chronological order, these dams will oppose Germany to South Africa (5:00 pm) and the Red Panthers to Chile (7:30 pm), on Saturday in Amsterdam. On Sunday, Spain will face India (6:00 pm) at home Terrassa, before the duel between England and South Korea (9:30 pm). Should sponsors Raoul Ehren win on Saturday against the world’s 17th country, the Belgians will find the Netherlands on their way to a place in the last four. This flat country duel against the world champions, Olympic champions and the tournament’s top favorites will take place on Tuesday 12 July (7:30pm), still in the outskirts of Amsterdam.

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