Speaking about the qualification for the FIH Hockey Women's World Cup Spain & Netherlands 2022, which is scheduled to be held in Spain & Netherlands later this year, Schopman expressed that the team's main goal in the tournament has been achieved.
"Of course, our main goal was to qualify for the World Cup, and we did that. It's really exciting, we to be present at the highest level of women's competition and compete with the best teams around the world," said the Indian Women's Chief Coach.
Speaking about India's match-up against Korea, who have been unbeaten in the tournament so far, Janneke said that she is looking forward to seeing if her team can execute skills and strategic plans against the Korean side, which has got a lot of speed and experience.
"As I said, our main goal has been achieved, now we want to focus on the Korea game. Playing the Semi-Final is always special, those games are exciting as players, as a staff, we want to play and execute our game plan. Korea have a lot of speed, they have some good experience in their team as well. I am looking forward to see if we can execute our skills, our defence strategic plans and I am sure if we can do that and stay calm then we can create a lot of opportunities, and play a really good game and proceed to the Final," she concluded.
The Indian Women's Hockey team will take on Korea in the Semi-Final of the Women's Asia Cup 2022 on 26th January 2022, Wednesday at 1800 hrs IST.
Matches will be telecast on https://watch.hockey/
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