Jr. Hockey World Cup: Indian women’s team continues its winning campaign, enters semi-finals with a big win over Korea

Invincible campaign of Indian women’s hockey team

The Indian team has not lost a single match in the tournament so far. She was on the toss in Group D and that is why she was saved from facing a strong Argentina.

Indian women’s hockey team (Indian Women’s Hockey Team) has secured a place in the semi-finals of the Junior Hockey World Cup on Friday. India has won the Junior World Cup being played in Potchefstroom, South Africa. (Women Jr. Hockey World Cup) defeated South Korea in the quarterfinals. Mumtaz Khan, Lalrindiki and Sangeeta Kumari for India (Sangita Kumari) Scored goals for the team. On the other hand, South Korea could not score a single goal. This is the second time that the Indian team has reached the semi-finals of the Junior Women’s World Cup.

India finished on top of Pool D with a maximum of nine points from three wins in three matches. India defeated Wales (5-1), Germany (2-1) and Malaysia (4-0). The team scored 11 goals during this period while only two goals were scored against it. Korea, on the other hand, finished second in Group C with just three points due to a better goal difference.

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In the other quarter-finals of the day, Netherlands will face South Africa while England will take on America. Argentina has to face Germany. The Junior Women’s World Cup was to be held in December last year but was postponed due to the threat of the Omicron format of Kovid-19 in South Africa. India’s best performance in the Junior World Cup was in 2013 when the team won the bronze medal. India could not qualify for the previous tournament.

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