Reaction: We wouldn't stand for complacency

Kate Richardson-Walsh

Women's team captain Kate Richardson-Walsh was pleased with her side's display in the 3-0 victory against India.

After an excellent 2-1 win over Australia in their first game, our women again picked up three points, this time against a dogged Indian outfit.

Richardson-Walsh told said live on BBC Four after the game, "We played two very different sides in the two games, and had to employ different tactics to suit.

"We had to pass and move it, when we did that it looked beautiful but you have to do it for the full 60 minutes.

"They are two very different teams, Australia play with intensity, India are more on and off so can lure you in, but we had to stay in our style, be disciplined and reflect that in our performance."

Asked if the second game had a different mental approach, Kate said, "There's no way we would ever be complacent, the players and staff wouldn't stand for it, we are here to represent Great Britain, and all 31 of us in the central programme go out there with pride every time we play or train.

"We're taking one game at a time. We've spent many hours talking about our culture, our behaviours and having a gold medal mentality, we live for that and it shows on the field."

Our women's team are next in action at 5:30pm UK time on Wednesday evening.