Netherlands look forward to play final vs Belgium
Bhubaneswar, Dec 15: The Netherlands, which entered the final of men’s hockey world cup in a thrilling victory against defending champion Australia, on Saturday said they are looking forward to play against Belgium on Sunday.
“We are looking forward for the final match. We learn from every game and there would be better tomorrow,” said Netherlands captain Billy Bakker.
He said his team will do their best to avoid conceding late goals. “We need to make sure that we learn from these moments,” added Billy.
Netherlands coach Max Caldas said both Belgium and the Netherlands play similar style of hockey and they will enjoy the final.
The coach said he saw the desire to win in his players’ eyes and knows they will do their best to win the ultimate prize.
He also praised the performance of the goalkeeper who thwarted many dangerous opportunities to score for the Australia.
On the other hand, Australia coach Colin Batch said that it was disappointing that they lost the game.
“We are disappointed with this match. However, we need to move on and prepare for the next match against England for bronze medal on Sunday,” said Colin.
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