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Youth Olympic Game 2018: Indian ladies’s hockey workforce notch up snug win over Poland to enter semi-finals

Youth Olympic Games 2018: Indian women's hockey team notch up comfortable win over Poland to enter semi-finals

Buenos Aires: The Indian ladies’s workforce notched up a snug 3-Zero win over Poland to enter the semi-finals of the Hockey 5s competitors of the 2018 Youth Olympic Game.

File picture of Indian ladies’s hockey workforce. Twitter: @HockeyIndia

Lalremsiami (10′), captain Salima Tete (14′) and Baljeet Kaur (14′) contributed to the U-18 workforce’s victory with a objective every on the Parque Polideportivo Roca.

The primary interval of the quarterfinal sport began with Poland discovering the primary likelihood within the second minute as Viktoria Zimmermann examined the Indian goalkeeper Bichu Kharibam.

India’s Mumtaz Khan additionally had an opportunity in the identical minute however couldn’t get previous the Polish custodian.

Each the groups tried to get into the rhythm and discover a gap to take the lead, however it was solely within the final minute of the primary interval that Indian ahead Lalremsiami made the breakthrough as she scored previous Poland’s Nicole Chruszcz to offer her workforce lead.

The second interval was a vital one within the context of the match as Poland regarded for an equaliser, whereas India wished to increase their lead and safe a semi-final spot.

India additionally had just a few possibilities within the opening couple of minutes, however it was solely within the 14th minute the place the Indian workforce delivered with two extra objectives as captain Salima Tete scored first and 54 seconds later, it was Baljeet Kaur’s flip to register her identify on the score-sheet.

The 2 quick-fire objectives within the 14th minute meant that India took a 3-Zero lead which was ultimately sufficient for them as Poland couldn’t bother the rival defence.

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