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China vs Germany - Women's Hockey World League Final Argentina 5/8 Loser [07/12/2013]

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Published on Dec 7, 2013

China played Germany in the second 5th-8th playoff match on day 5 of the Women's World Hockey League Finals in Tucuman, in Argentina, winning 3-1.

A strong performance from the Chinese, who were clinical in front of goal from the start. Yang Peng scored a fantasic reverse stick goal to open the scoring, before Ting Huang calmly converted a penalty stroke, to make it 2-0 at half time.
Liang scored China's third in the second half, an impressive strike from the edge of the 'D' which rocketed past 'keeper Barbara Vogel.
Germany found a goal late on in the match, some tidy stick work from Katharina Otter made space for a pass across goal, which was jabbed in by Lena Jacobi to make it 3-1.
It was too late for the German's and that was how the score stayed, meaning China progress to the 5th/6th Playoff tomorrow against New Zealand.

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China: Wang, Mao, Wu, Cui, Wu, Xi, Wang, Yan, Zhang, Sun, De, Xu, Jiang, Huang, Liang, Peng, Li, Guo

Germany: Bachmann, Pieper, Teschke, Hoffman, Otte, Krüger, Vogel, Wiederman, Andersch, Hauke, Stöckel, Mävers, Müller -- Wieland, Stapenhorst, Müller, Oldhafer, Jacobi, Frank

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