Women’s Hockey WC: India lose to Ireland 0-1

Indian Women’s hockey group lost to Ireland in their second match of the progressing fourteenth release of the ladies’ hockey World Cup here at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Stadium on Thursday.

The Irish group whipped the Indian side 0-1 to move encourage in the competition.

India began off on an assaulting note with captain Rani Rampal entering into the resistance’s circle. Her endeavors did not get changed over into the objective as she was seized by the Irish protectors.

In the fourth moment, Indian safeguard Gurjit Kaur struck a splendid flick to make a possibility for the group yet again it was the Irish protectors who monitored their goalpost, effectively.

Ireland made their first assaulting move in the twelfth moment of the match and entered the Indian circle. Their forward Ana O’Flanagan did not miss a shot and scored a superb objective off a one-gave redirection giving the group 1-0 lead in the primary quarter.

In the eighteenth moment of the match, forward player Sunita was given a green card because of which there were just 10 Indian players on the field for the following two minutes.

The match was slipping out of the hands of the Indians as they missed another punishment corner in the 22nd moment of the match.

At the halftime, the score was 1-0 in the support of Ireland.

Appropriate from the beginning of the second half, Ireland were relentless on the field and were obviously a superior group.

India made some edgy endeavors to level the scorecard however missed some nearby shots incorporating one punishment corner in the 55th moment of the match.

Ireland enlisted a persuading prevail upon the Indians and advanced toward the quarter-last of the esteemed competition.

India, who have increased only one point in the competition up until now, will go up against the United States of America (USA) in their third match to remain alive in the competition.

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