The 24-year-old suffered a hamstring injury during the match against England.
The mighty Australians got a taste of their own medicine of attacking style of hockey as Argentina players gave them a good run for their money throughout the game.
With this fighting win, the Asian side’s hope of progressing into the knockout round has been revived.
England attacked relentlessly only to be thwarted by agile and alert Indian defenders in the final quarter
Spain drubbed Wales 5-1 in their second match.
As per Barla, India have to be extremely careful to grab the penalty corner chances with both the hands and convert them into goals to have an upper hand.
Both Camille and Johana play for Paris Jean Bouin (PJB) hockey club in France and some of the male players of their club are playing for South Africa.
England are ranked fifth and are above India and a victory on Sunday will help the hosts put one foot in the quarterfinal stages of the competition.
The hosts cannot afford to drop the intensity and quality it showed against Spain as England too are on a high.
Besides the special arrangements, the stadium aims to provide a classic match experience for all the fans visiting the venue.
Determined Korea gave a stern reply to the defending champions in the first quarter. However, Belgium came back strongly in the next quarter and earned back-to-back penalty corners in the 19th minute, but Korea defenders were agile enough to thwart both the scoring opportunities. The first half went goalless despite some ruthless attack by Belgium.
The Kiwis managed to establish a stronghold over Chile right from the beginning. They exerted a lot of pressure on debutants. Chile also showed some resistance against the brutal attack by their opponents.
Wales are making their World Cup debut in India and their journey was full of hardships.
The encounter in Rourkela last night showcased the newfound aggressive game of coach Paul Revington’s team which they are calling a version of English cricket’s ‘Bazball’ style.
India showed remarkable improvement against Spain last night as they ticked all boxes.