Hockey players close the group stage in the Pro League, finished with a large defeat

The Dutch hockey players come Saturday in the group stage of the Pro League and ended up with a large loss. Amber was not able to cope up against Australia, 1-4.

Australia has made all the difference with their solid penalty corner. The visitors created all of their goals from such a setting, by way of two times, Kieran Govers and twice with Jeremy Hayward.

The netherlands was an easy one from a penalty corner, but the 1-to-1 on a highly simplified way, Janssen had later turned out to be just a few of the important statistics.

The game started due to a problem with the sprinkler system for a couple of hours later than originally planned. The fire department helped out with the hockey federation in the end by the field, the field is wet to the surface.

There was much more to the game in the sold-out Wagner Football as the Netherlands and Australia, had placed in front of the finaleweekend in the Pro League.

The fire department will assist in the resolution of the issue with the sprinkler system. (Photo: Pro-Shots)

The netherlands experienced a volatile clash

The netherlands did just that on Wednesday of last week thanks to a 2-2-draw in Utrecht against Argentina. Micro Pruijser resulted in both goals.

The team of coach Max Caldas had a mixed round-robin group stage with five wins, five gelijkespelen, and four of the defeats, which it is now the third state, but will still be out of date by the people of Argentina.

If that is the case, Argentina will play on Sunday against Belgium and then the Netherlands in the semi-finals, again, against group winners Australia, and to number one in Belgium.

The so-called Grand Final between the top four countries at the end of this month, held in Amsterdam, the netherlands. On the 28th of June, in the semi-finals to be played, and two days later, the contest to take the bronze in the final.

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