The Netherlands, France and Argentina arrived in Bhubaneswar on Wednesday for the 2021 FIH Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Finals in Bhubaneswar. Group C faces an uphill battle with Korea, Spain and the United States. them from the early stages of the competition.
“For the past 2-3 months, we have trained together every Monday to Tuesday. We have also spent a lot of time together on and off the field to get to know each other better and the better fit of all Dutch captain Silas Lagman confirmed that he is excited to be in Bhubaneswar.” : “We are very excited. We’ve never played in such a big stadium. Very bad people can’t come and watch the matches. We are very excited to play.” The France team also arrived just an hour after their opponent Holland and they discussed the team’s plans for the tournament. “We are looking forward to it, the last time we came was in 2013 with a silver medal. We lost the next medal. We dream of doing the same performance in 2013. France coach Emeric Berghem said: We came here to make a bid, 1/4 minimum. “It is always good to come to a country like India. Everything is done to be here in perfect conditions every time. This country is a hockey country and everything that happens here is one thing,” added Timothée Clément, captain of the French national team, which is unbelievable. Argentina’s team, billed as one of the favorites to win the title, will go to Bhubaneswar on Saturday afternoon.In Group D, Egypt, along with Egypt, Germany and Pakistan, will play their first match of the tournament on the same day.France, who was placed in Group B alongside Poland and Canada, will play India, its first match against Poland on November 25.
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