England vs Belgium – Men’s Hero Hockey Champions Trophy 2014 India Group A [9/12/2014]

The second match on Day 3 of the Men’s Hero Hockey Champions Trophy in Bhubaneswar saw England and Belgium play out a 1-1 draw in Pool A.

Belgium took the lead inside the opening ten minutes when Amaury Keusters hit a low reverse shot into the corner past George Pinner.

England had a great opportunity to level right before half time when they were awarded a penalty stroke after Sam Ward was fouled during a penalty corner but Iain Lewers sent his shot crashing off the crossbar and it remained 0-1 at the break.

Gauthier Boccard thought he had doubled Belgiums lead in the 3rd quarter but instead saw his shot rebound of the same crossbar that had denied Iain Lewers earlier on.

Lewers however redeemded himself at the start of the final quarter sending the ball into the bottom corner with a well executed shot as England claimed top spot in Pool A.

England: PINNER George, WILLARS Ollie, WEIR Henry, JACKSON Ashley, BROGDON Alastair, HOARE Michael, WARD Samuel, GLEGHORNE Mark, DIXON Adam, MIDDLETON Barry, SMITH Patrick, WHITEMAN Tim, CONDON David, CARSON Tom, LEWERS Iain, GRIFFITHS Chris, CATLIN Nick, FOX Dan

Belgium: GUCASSOFF Jeremy, van DOREN Arthur, THIERY Dorien, DOHMEN John-John, van AUBEL Florent, DOCKIER Sebastien, KEUSTERS Amaury, BOCCARD Gauthier, de PAEUW Alexandre, STOCKBROEKX Emmanuel, BRIELS Thomas, DENAYER Felix, VANASH Vincent, GOUGNARD Simon, LUYPAERT Loick, BOON Tom, van STRYDONCK Elliot, COSYNS Tanguy

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