Hockey World League Round 2 St. Germain 2013
St. Germain, France - May 6 - 12, 2013

POR V CAN ( Round Robin ) Hockey World League Round 2 St. Germain 2013

POR
0 - 5
CAN

Match Review POR - CAN 0-5

Goals

Team Minute Shirt # Player Action Score
CAN 4 4 TUPPER Scott PC 0 - 1
CAN 10 26 GUEST Matthew FG 0 - 2
CAN 35 4 TUPPER Scott PC 0 - 3
CAN 51 4 TUPPER Scott PC 0 - 4
CAN 70 10 PEREIRA Keegan FG 0 - 5

Cards

Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
CAN 15 2 MARTIN Benjamin G
CAN 26 19 PEARSON Mark G

CAN


DNP = Did not participate
S = Suspended
DSQ = Disqualified

Match Officials

Role Official
Umpire 1 CHOLEWA Kris
Umpire 2 BELL Fraser
Reserve Umpire DRURY Will
Judge 1 HOUSSONLONGE Benoit
Judge 2 MONAGHAN Martin
Technical Officer PETITJEAN Sylvie

Day 3 of the Hockey World League Round 2 in Saint-Germain started under timid sun and cool temperature, a perfect weather to play hockey. Canada immediately pushed forward; they had a couple attempts on goal in the first minute of play and scored on their first penalty-corner a few minutes later, Scott Tupper slotting in goal a low flick that eluded the stick of the Portuguese defender on the post. Matt Guest scored shortly after to establish a 2-goal cushion.

Pedro Santos was kept busy in the Portuguese goal, with a lot of traffic in the circle in front of him, but he stood tall to thwart a few Canadian attempts from close range. Canada were totally controlling play and circulating the ball well around the Portuguese defense but, just like France against the same team on Tuesday, failed to capitalize on their domination. They had to wait until the last minute of the period to increase their tally, again by Scott Tupper on penalty-corner, for a 3-0 lead going into the break.

Portugal had a good chance at the very beginning of second period, well saved by Antoni Kindler who had just replaced David Carter in the Canadian goal. Canada continued along the same pattern as in first period, dominating play but consistently committing unforced errors when approaching the Portuguese circle. Portugal were more realistic, taking advantage of a rare incursion in Canadian territory to force a penalty-corner, scored in style by Ricardo Fernandes!

Lifted by their first goal of the competition, the Portuguese players kept pushing and had another chance on a penalty-corner soon after, but it was shot wide. Canada scored a 4th goal literally in the last second of play by Keegan Pereira. They seemed satisfied to control play and pocket the 3 points of the win with the meagre 4-1 score, but they will not be happy by the high number of unforced errors committed in this match.   

  • Match 7
  • Date Thu, 9 May 2013
  • Time 13:00
  • Pool/Class Round Robin
  • Venue

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