Great Britain record 2-0 victory over Argentina

Alex Danson in action for Great Britain against Argentina at the Visa International Invitational Hockey Tournament
Great Britain's women completed the pool phase of the Olympic Test Event - the Visa International Invitational Tournament - with a 100% record after beating World Champions Argentina on Saturday lunchtime.

Reading forward Alex Danson (above) struck a trademark reverse stick strike low into the bottom corner of Laura Del Colle's goal to give GB the lead in the 15th minute.

A spell on indiscipline cost Las Leonas dearly as the umpires showed a flurry of cards leaving the World Champions with just nine players on the pitch at one stage. 

Great Britain took full advantage to storm into a 2-0 lead from penalty corner.  Captain Kate Walsh found Slough's Ashleigh Ball and the 26 year old flicked home at the back post.

Reading goalkeeper Beth Storry pulled off a series of excellent saves late in the first half to keep the score at 2-0.

Early in the second half Leicester defender Crista Cullen had the opportunity to put GB three goals clear but her penalty stroke went wide of the right hand post.

Argentina came more into the game in the second period, winning consecutive penalty corners but a combination of Storry and Cullen kept the GB goal intact and GB held on to win 2-0.

Read the full match report and see the standings in the International Results section.