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Ladies’s Hockey World Cup 2022: Resilient India maintain England to 1-1 draw | Hockey

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The Indian ladies’s hockey staff performed out a hard-fought 1-1 draw towards England in its opening match of the FIH Ladies’s Hockey World Cup on Sunday. England took the lead by means of Isabella Petter within the ninth minute earlier than Vandana Katariya equalised for India within the twenty eighth minute. There was hardly something to distinguish between the 2 sides within the first two quarters as they matched one another stick for stick.

The Indians had the primary shy on the purpose as early as within the first minute within the type of a penalty nook, however they wasted the chance. Minutes later, skipper Savita made a tremendous save in entrance of the purpose to disclaim the English ladies.

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After a neck and neck battle it was England who took the lead by means of Petter who neatly deflecting in a ball from outdoors the ‘D’. India responded brilliantly and secured back-to-back penalty corners seconds later, however Gurjit Kaur was first denied by the publish after which by English goalkeeper Hinch.

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The Indians stored up their tempo and continued to press exhausting on the English defence and secured their third penalty nook within the seventeenth minute, however as soon as once more Gurjit faltered.

Three minutes later, Savita as soon as once more got here to India’s rescue to maintain her aspect within the match. Within the twenty eighth minute, India secured their fourth penalty nook when Vandana sounded the board from a rebound.

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India secured one other penalty nook simply on the stroke of half time, however as soon as once more, England goalkeeper Hinch made a superb save. England began brightly after the change of ends but it surely was India who managed a shot on the purpose, solely to see Neha Goyal’s shot being saved by Hinch.

Thereafter, England dominated the remainder of the third quarter however did not translate their efforts into objectives. The neck-and-neck battle between the 2 groups continued within the fourth and last quarter however yielded no end result.

Within the 56th minute, India had an amazing likelihood to surge forward however Sharmila Devi failed to attach from shut vary because the ball hit her foot. Two minutes later, India secured one other penalty nook however as soon as once more wasted the chance to share factors. India will play China of their subsequent Pool B match on Tuesday.

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