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China holds India to a score of 1-1 in India's second tie at the Women's Hockey World Cup

 

India register second draw in Women's Hockey World Cup, held 1-1 by China

AMSTELVEEN: India were held to a 1-1 draw by China, their second successive indistinguishable outcome in Pool B, at the FIH Women's Hockey World Cup here on Tuesday.


Jiali Zheng gave China the lead in the 26th moment before Vandana Katariya leveled for India in the 45th moment.


India drew 1-1 against Tokyo Olympics bronze medallist England in their competition opener.


The Indians had the better portion of ownership in the initial two quarters and had more possibilities however their endeavors didn't result into objectives.


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The Chinese, then again, trusted that counter-assaults will penetrate the Indian safeguard.


In the 10th moment, Navneet Kaur had the primary shot at objective subsequent to joining great with Vandana Katariya however her work was saved by Chinese goalkeeper Liu Ping.


In the 23rd moment, India verged on scoring however the goal line acted the hero. From the resultant bounce back, Jyotika appeared to have found the net however the objective was denied after a reference.


India got their most memorable punishment corner not long after that however neglected to exploit it.


China started to lead the pack contrary to the rules through Jiali Zheng who shot past Savita Punia subsequent to getting a pass from Xindan Zhang.


After two minutes, India procured one more punishment corner however Monika's attempt was saved by Ping as China went into the half-time break with a thin one objective lead.


China emerged on a forceful note after the difference in closes and got their most memorable punishment corner in the 33rd moment yet Bingfeng Gu's flick went wide.


In the 42nd moment, India got consecutive punishment corners however squandered both.


Seconds from the finish of the second from last quarter, Vandana diverted in Gurjit's flick as India drew level from an impeccably executed punishment corner.


The final quarter was overwhelmed by India as they went in all out attack mode looking for the victor yet neglected to track down the rear of the net.


China made a late flood and gotten another punishment corner in the 54th moment however India guarded well as both the groups enlisted their second sequential attract the competition.


India will play New Zealand in their last pool match on Thursday.

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