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Netherlands vs Germany - Women's Hockey World League Final Argentina Groups [30/11/13]

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Published on Nov 30, 2013

Netherlands met Germany on day one of the Women's Hockey World League Final in Argentina. Netherlands dominated the game, winning 6-0.

A relatively quiet first half saw just the one goal as Maartje Paumen made it 1-0 with a brilliant turn and shot beating Victoria Wiederman .

That all changed after the break. The Netherlands showing their class as they scored 5 second half goals in a wonderful attacking display.

Lidewij Welten, Maria Verschoor, Frederique Derkx, Malou Pheninckx all opened their accounts in Argentina while limiting the Germans to just three shots for the entire game. The goal of the day came from Ellen Hoog at the end of a superb team move to seal the perfect start for Netherlands, 6-0 the final score.


Netherlands;
SOMBROEK (GK), DERKX, KEETELS, van MALE, PHENINCKX, BOS, de LANGE, DIRKSE van den HEUVEL, VERSCHOOR, WELTEN, van MAASAKKER, PAUMEN (C), HOOG, MEIJER(GK), DROST, SCHOENAKER, van GEFFEN, de WAARD

Germany;
BACHMANN, PIEPER, TESCHKE, HOFFMANN, OTTE, KRÜGER, VOGEL, WIEDERMAN, ANDERSCH, HAUKE, STÖCKEL, MÄVERS, MÜLLER-WIELAND, STAPENHORST, MÜLLER, OLDHAFER, JACOBI, FRANK

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