The top seed was no problem for unbeaten throughout the group stage and managed to collect nine points from three matches.

Status as winners of Group A will provide a competitive advantage to Italy for the quarter-finals on Thursday because they would be reunited with the team ranked fourth in Group B, namely Hong Kong, which failed to achieve any victory.

In their final Group A today, Italian started aggressively but wait a bit longer to bypass the fortress of Singapore.

Italy’s first goal came in the 17th minute through a penalty corner which was put to good use by Agata Wybieralska and after that things got easier for them If that team is 15th in the world it 2-0 three minutes later through Chiara Siddi.

Italy’s two goals to put pressure on Singapore’s seen a lot of room for their opponents to enter the D easily.