After a tricky start to the Men's Hockey Champions Trophy in London, Great Britain stormed to victory on Monday by beating South Korea 4-1.
Bobby Crutchley's British side have endured a tough start to the tournament, starting off with a goalless draw with world champions Australia and a 2-1 loss to India.
However, they were back in form as three Team England bronze medal winners from Glasgow 2014 getting on the scoresheet with David Condon with two and Alistair Brogdon and Ashley Jackson each scoring one.
Bobby Crutchley said: “We played a bit more like ourselves today and that was pleasing.
“It was a lot more of our flowing, passing game, we created some great chances and putting them away helps.
“We defended well for long periods, we had to defend penalty corners but the key thing for us was our passing as the game went on.
“We broke the lines, and then when the big space opened up and we ran into it, we saw some of the nice skills the players have.”
The British side faces Germany tonight and the women's Hockey Champions Trophy starts on Saturday 18 June which will see a number of Team England's Commonwealth silver medallists take to the field in London.
Did you know: Since its introduction in 1998 England have always brought a medal home in hockey.