Hockey: Korea punish poor Britain

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Great Britain produced another disappointing performance in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia yesterday when they went down 2-0 to an exciting Korean side, writes Bill Colwill.

Britain were outplayed for long periods, with only a string of brave saves from David Luckes limiting the damage.

Both teams played a cat-and-mouse game in the opening exchanges, much as they did recently in Atlanta when they drew 1-1, but Korea then stepped up their game, with goals for Seung Tae Song and Seok Kyo Seok.

Britain play their last round-robin game today against the Netherlands, who yesterday lost 4-0 to Australia.