Champions Trophy Rosario 2012
Rosario, Argentina - January 28 - 3, 2012

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Germany defeat Chile 6-1

January 21, 2012
Julia Müller scores three times
Germany prepare in Santiago de Chile for the FIH Champions Trophy in Rosario. They beat Chile 6-1 in the first of three test matches.

Germany started off very well thanks to Julia Müller who converted two penalty corners. The 3-0 was scored by Maike Stöckel who deflected a pass coming from Katharina Otte. One minute later Chile stroke back. After Fanny Rinne’s 4-1 the Germans took control of the match. Müller made her third goal from a penalty stroke while Celine Wilde converted the rebound of a penalty corner.

Germany took 27 players down to Chile. The squad for Rosario will be announced after the trial in Chile. Kristina Reynolds, Mandy Haase, Louisa Steindor, Kristina Hillmann, Nina Hasselmann, Lydia Haase, Katharina Otte, Fanny Rinne, Lisa Hahn, Lena Andersch, Marie Mävers, Maike Stöckel, Janne Müller-Wieland, Celine Wilde, Anke Brockmann and Julia Müller played in match one. Match two takes place on Saturday night.

If German key player Natascha Keller is in the squad, she will play her 400th international match. The 34 years old striker has played 399 caps so far, including 36 indoor matches. No German hockey player has ever played more international matches than her.

0-1 Julia Müller (PC, 6‘)
0-2 Julia Müller (PC, 20‘)
0-3 Maike Stöckel (38’)
1-3 Denise Infante (PC, 39‘)
1-4 Fanny Rinne (43’)
1-5 Julia Müller (PS, 52’)
1-6 Celine Wilde (PC, 60’)

 PC: CHI 3 (1) / GER 6 (3)

Source: hockey.de 
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