The Dutch hockey players won their opening game in the Pro League on Wednesday.
At the first appearance of the Orange squad since winning the Olympic final, Belgium was defeated 2-0 in Amstelveen.
The Netherlands, which has never lost an official hockey international match against Belgium among the women, took the lead after just seventeen seconds.
Lidewij Welten got the ball at the right time from Laura Nunnink and hit hard.
Only in the last quarter did Freeke Moes make the decision.
After a nice individual action she scored from a difficult angle.
Belgium offered little in return in the Wagener Stadium.
The Pro League will be organized for the third time and will last until July next year.
A total of nine countries are participating.
The first two editions were won by the Netherlands.
The next match for the formation of national coach Alyson Annan is scheduled for November 10.
Also then Belgium is the opponent, again in Amstelveen.Keywords: hockey players, game, belgium, games, squad, gold, performance, final, dutch, pro league, amstelveen, freeke moes, appearance, match, orange