Day 02 Update 19th Asian Game Hangzhou 2022 Women’s Hockey Competition


Japan Dominates the Field with a 7-0 Victory over Indonesia

In an electrifying match at the Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 Women’s Hockey Competition, the Japanese Women’s hockey team exhibited an outstanding performance, routing Indonesia with a magnificent score of 7-0 in the Pool B encounter. The game displayed Japan’s prowess and superior control, overshadowing the Indonesian side throughout the four quarters.

The onslaught began as early as the 2nd minute when Oikawa Shihori of Japan skillfully executed a penalty stroke, signaling Japan’s intent from the get-go. As the first quarter unfolded, the intense Japanese offensive play kept the Indonesian defense on their toes. The relentless attacks culminated in a penalty corner at the 15th minute, which was impeccably struck by Nagai Hazuki, doubling the lead for Japan as the first quarter came to a close.

With a two-goal cushion, Japan entered the second quarter with increased fervor. The 17th-minute saw a stunning field goal from Kobayakawa Shiho, which took Japan’s tally to 3-0. Indonesia struggled to keep pace with Japan’s precision and speed, barely managing to thwart the waves of attacks.

The narrative didn’t change much in the third quarter; Indonesia was constantly on the backfoot. In the 40th minute, Hasegawa Miyu’s brilliant field goal further extended Japan’s lead to 4-0. Japan’s dominion on the field was a spectacle, displaying superior stick work and astounding coordination.

Entering the final quarter with a substantial lead, Japan showed no signs of relenting. In the 51st minute, Kobayashi Aimi’s deft touches found the net, taking the score to 5-0. The Japanese captain, Nagai Yuri, joined the party in the 56th minute with a classic field goal, painting a picture of perfect teamwork and skill. Before the final whistle, Nagai Hazuki came back to haunt Indonesia once more with a powerful penalty corner shot in the 57th minute, sealing a resounding 7-0 victory for Japan.

The game statistics were as telling as the scoreline. The Japanese women dominated every aspect, reflecting in 16 penalty corners they earned, against none for Indonesia. While possession and other data were not available, the difference in class and execution on the field was apparent.

The Japanese team, under the astute guidance of coach Menezes Jude, showcased a sublime form, sending a clear message to their competitors in the tournament. On the other hand, Indonesia, led by coach Raj Dhaarma, has some introspection to do, and will be looking to bolster their strategies for the upcoming matches.

As the Asian Games continue to unveil, the performance of team Japan has indeed set a high benchmark in the Women’s Hockey Competition, promising more electrifying action as the tournament progresses.

India Dominates the Field With a Resounding 13-0 Victory Over Singapore in Asian Games 2022″

In a sheer display of prowess and athletic finesse, the Indian Women’s Hockey Team left an indelible mark on the turf, routing Singapore 13-0 in their recent clash in the Asian Games Hangzhou 2022. This Pool A encounter witnessed a goal fest, heralding India’s powerful stance in the competition.

The battle began with the Indian team showing no mercy right from the onset. The first quarter saw the opening goal struck by Udita from a penalty corner in the 6th minute, setting the tone for what was to become a relentless pursuit of excellence. Shortly after, Pukhrambam Sushila Chanu amplified the lead with a successful penalty stroke in the 8th minute. Before Singapore could find their footing, Deepika and Kaur Navneet struck gold from penalty corners in the 11th and 14th minutes respectively, with Kaur Navneet adding another with a field goal all within the same minute.

As the game ventured into the second quarter, the scoring spectacle continued unabated. Ekka Deep Grace, Neha, and Kumari Sangita showcased stellar performances, finding the back of the net in the 17th, 19th, and 23rd minutes, propelling the score to a staggering 8-0 before the halftime whistle.

Unyielding, the Indian offense went on a rampage in the third quarter with Tete Salima and Kumari Sangita (again from a penalty corner) registering their names on the scoresheet in the 35th and 47th minutes. The scoreline read an intimidating 10-0 as the teams prepared for the final quarter.

The closing quarter was no different from the earlier scenes of Indian domination. Monika, Kumari Sangita, and Katariya Vandana ruthlessly netted the ball in the 52nd, 53rd, and 56th minutes, cementing a decisive 13-0 victory for India. Kumari Sangita had a remarkable game with a hat-trick to her name, portraying the essence of teamwork and individual brilliance on the field.

The statistics narrated a tale of Indian supremacy with 18 penalty corners as opposed to none for Singapore. A solitary penalty stroke further highlighted the offensive strategy employed by the Indian camp, making it a day to remember in the annals of Asian Games Hockey.

With this emphatic win, the Indian Women’s Hockey team not only took a significant step towards the coveted Asian Games title but also sent a strong message to all contenders about the high level of preparation and the burning desire to achieve glory.

Head coach Janneke Schopman and Manager Billava Suresh Ankitha have evidently worked wonders with the squad, tuning them to a pitch of perfection as seen in this clash against Singapore coached by David Viner.

The journey of the Indian Women’s Hockey team in this prestigious tournament is being keenly followed, and with such a scintillating performance, they have truly raised the expectations of fans and pundits alike. The team’s next encounter is highly anticipated as they continue to march forward with determination, skills, and a unified goal to bring laurels to their nation.

Dominant Korea Overwhelms Hong Kong in a Thrilling Encounter at Hangzhou 2022 Women’s Hockey Competition”

The Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 witnessed an enthralling clash between Korea and Hong Kong China at the Women’s Hockey competition, Pool A, where Korea stormed through with a 7-0 victory. The electrifying performance by Korea showcased their undeniable prowess and determination on the field.

Right from the onset, Korea established its dominance. The 1st quarter saw vigorous attempts from both sides to gain an upper hand. Korea’s ambitious gameplay started bearing fruits towards the end of the quarter when BAEK Eeseul broke the deadlock by netting a penalty corner in the 14th minute. This was followed by another stunner by CHO Eunji in the 15th minute, doubling the lead for Korea going into the 2nd quarter.

The match action amplified in the 2nd quarter, where Korea’s KIM Jeongihn displayed sheer brilliance by scoring a field goal in the 23rd minute. The relentless Korean side further extended their lead to 4-0 with a superb field goal by CHOI Su Ji in the 33rd minute.

With a comfortable lead, Korea didn’t hold back. The 3rd quarter witnessed the Hockey maestro CHEON Eunbi, making her mark with a phenomenal field goal in the 47th minute. The Korean juggernaut continued to plow through as KIM Jeongihn returned to score off a penalty corner in the 53rd minute.

Entering the final quarter, with a formidable score of 6-0, Korea’s hunger for goals didn’t seem to diminish. CHEON Eunbi exhibited an exquisite skill, netting another field goal in the 59th minute, bringing the score to a dominating 7-0.

The match statistics reflect Korea’s superior ball control and clinical finishes, especially noticeable in their utilization of penalty corners, converting three out of fourteen. On the flip side, Hong Kong China found it challenging to break through Korea’s solid defense and failed to materialize any scoring opportunity.

Korea’s commanding performance from start to finish highlights their strong candidacy for the top spot in the forthcoming matches of the tournament. The Korean players, with their impeccable coordination and relentless attacks, proved to be an insurmountable force for Hong Kong China.

The morale-boosting victory will undoubtedly serve as a catalyst for Korea as they advance further into the competition with eyes set on the coveted gold.

On the other hand, Hong Kong China would look to introspect and come back stronger in their upcoming fixtures, learning from the stern test posed by the formidable Korean side.

“Chinese Women Hockey Team Dominates with a 11-0 Victory Against Kazakhstan at Asian Games Hangzhou 2022”

In a brilliant display of skill and teamwork, the Chinese women’s hockey team emerged victorious with a staggering 11-0 score against Kazakhstan in the Pool B match of the Asian Games Hangzhou 2022. The competition, which took place at the designated venue, saw China’s efficient execution of penalty corners and strokes that largely contributed to their win.

China opened the scoring spree in the 16th minute with LIANG Meiyu converting a penalty corner into a beautiful goal. This was quickly followed by another penalty corner conversion by ZHONG Jiaqi in the 18th minute, doubling the lead for China. The 2nd quarter saw GU Bingfeng and ZHANG Ying getting into the act by scoring from penalty corners in the 24th and 25th minute respectively, extending China’s lead to 4-0.

The third quarter was not any different as China continued their onslaught with MA Ning registering a field goal in the 33rd minute. LIANG Meiyu, having a fantastic game, hit the target once again in the 35th minute marking her second goal of the match, and bringing the score to 6-0.

China’s domination was far from over as they continued to pile on the pressure in the final quarter. ZHANG Ying slotted a field goal home in the 49th minute, while HUANG Haiyan followed suit in the 51st minute, further extending the lead to 8-0. The next few minutes saw GU Bingfeng score from a penalty stroke in the 52nd minute, and LIANG Meiyu convert another penalty corner in the 53rd minute, securing a hat-trick and taking the score to double digits. GU Bingfeng then finalized the scoreline with another penalty stroke in the 56th minute, making it 11-0 in favor of China.

This astonishing victory demonstrates China’s formidable standing in the women’s hockey scene at the Asian Games Hangzhou 2022. Their impeccable performance was reflected not only in the proficient execution of penalty corners and strokes but also through field goals that left Kazakhstan struggling to counter the attacks.

With this win, China has showcased a strong message to their competitors and has set a high standard as they advance further into the tournament. The Kazakhstan team, on the other hand, will need to revisit their strategy and come back stronger in their subsequent matches.

The players, coaches, and spectators were left in awe of China’s prowess on the field as they celebrated this momentous victory, eagerly looking forward to their upcoming matches in the Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 Women’s Hockey Competition.


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