Women's Hockey: India defeated Olympic champion Britain due to Queen

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Auckland

The Indian ladies's hockey group defeated defending champions Great Britain 1–Zero on Tuesday of their fourth match of the New Zealand tour, with the assistance of captain Rani Rampal's solely successful purpose.

This is the second victory of the Indian ladies's hockey group on the New Zealand tour. The visiting group beat New Zealand's growth squad 4–Zero of their first match of the tour. After this, nevertheless, they needed to lose to New Zealand 1-2 within the second match and 0-1 within the third match.

The Indian group, led by Rani taking part in on this match, obtained a penalty Connor early on, however the visiting group couldn’t convert it right into a purpose. <! –

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                 The Indian group nevertheless continued their assault and remained goalless within the first half.

In the third quarter too, the Indian group couldn’t make the most of penalty nook. But within the 47th minute within the fourth quarter, Rani's good purpose helped India take a 1-Zero lead. The Indian group maintained its lead until the top and registered their second win on this tour.

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