and that isn't a negative approach either, it's about minimising the oppositions ability to take advantage of your mistakes.
If you play field position, maintain possession and force repeat sets then they will tire and you will be able to score. You don't need to go all out attack in order to score so much they couldn't possibly chase it down.
What was also good was Mark Hager (hockey coach) was pleased with their intensity but didn't like how they lost control off the middle of the field at times and that they didn't follow the game plan when they started to tire. They still looked to create chances and were only denied more goals from some great reactionary saves from the Australian goalkeeper