Monday, June 24, 2024

‘Anyone’s game’: England v Argentina will be fascinating, says Richardson-Walsh

Amsterdam — England will have to be ready for an assortment of different moves at penalty corners on Wednesday night – that’s if Las Leonas can negotiate a strong defence in the Women’s Hockey World Cup quarter-finals.

Argentina have accrued 15 goals in their three matches so far, with Agustina Gorezelany the tournament’s co-top scorer with six PC goals.

Argentina’s corner set-up could play a crucial role if they are unable to get past England’s tight defence, especially at the rebound and second phase attacks.

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