Women’s World Cup of Hockey – Charlotte Englebert voted best hopeful player of the 2022 Worlds

(Belga) The Red Panthers Charlotte Englebert was voted best hopeful player of the 2022 Women’s Hockey World Cup on Sunday after the final won 3-1 by the Netherlands over Argentina, in Terrassa, in Spain.

The Dutch, victorious over Belgium 2-1 in the quarter-finals, became world champions for the 3rd consecutive edition, their 9th crowned since the start of the competition. An individual title, the awards all went to Argentina, with the exception of the trophy for the best hope, obtained by the Red Panthers Charlotte Englebert. Author of 4 goals, including a very spectacular one in the play-offs against Chile (won 5-0), the Racing player won unanimous support. Argentina’s Maria Granatto was voted the tournament’s best player. Her compatriots Belen Succi and Agustina Gorzelany were named best goalkeeper and scorer respectively. Just behind Gorzelany, with 8 goals, creators Stephanie Vanden Borre, with 6 achievements, and Englebert (4). (Belgian)

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