Hockey players lose the lead and the win of India

The Dutch hockey players have Sunday in their final match, with India at the FIH Pro-League and did not win. The orange lost out in the shoot-out, after the team after the normal time, 3-3 it was now.

The orange started the second edition of the Pro League on Saturday with a 5-2 defeat in and against India. The team, Max Caldas, seemed to be a day late in the second round match at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar on his way to a victory, but missed a 1-3-ahead.

The action came on a Sunday, especially in the second and fourth quarters. The netherlands is scored by Mink van der Weerden (penalty corner), Jeroen Hertzberger and the Late mambo) for the first three times between the 23rd and 27th minutes. A still in strong position of Lalit Upadhyay, it was 1-3 at half.

In the third quarter and played the Orange a yellow card for Manpreet Singh in ten minutes with a man more, but the team failed to make the gap larger.

The netherlands had in the last fifteen minutes of the presentation. Mandeep Singh was from a rebound from a penalty corner in the aansluitingstreffer, and five minutes before the time is drawing Rupinder Singh, with a hard push off a penalty corner to equalize (3-3).

The teams will be more of a shoot-out, to play, to decide who is a, who would receive it. Hertzberger, Glenn Schuurman and Marc Brinkman, missed out, on behalf of Orange, as in India, but the two flaws noted.

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AvatarAuteurFIH_HockeyMoment of plaatsen13:27 pm – January 19, 2020

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