Dutch hockey players started the World Championships with a victory over Ireland. At Wagner Stadium, the formation of national coach Jamilon Mulders won 5-1. Frederic Matla gave Holland the lead at the start of the second quarter. A penalty kick was used after a serious foul on Maria Verschor.
The candidate went even further in the third quarter. Liebe Jansen scored from the penalty spot. However, Ireland unexpectedly returned, and Roisin Upton scored with a Dutch baton. Sabine Plonesen, however, regained her two-stroke margin with a powerful kick from the penalty spot. Matla was then allowed to take another penalty, this time after Felice Albers went down. In the final quarter, Verschoor quickly took the 5-1 win with a nice backhandkick.
In the group stage, the Orange team also plays against Germany and Chile. Earlier today, Germany beat Chile 4-1. The organization of the event is in the hands of the Netherlands and Spain.
NETHERLANDS – Ireland was a replay of the World Championship final in London four years ago, which was won by the Orange team. The Netherlands also became the world champion in 2014, in The Hague.
“Evil tv fanatic. Proud thinker. Wannabe internet trailblazer. Music specialist. Organizer. Hardcore pop culture expert.”