FIH Women’s Junior World Cup: Indian hockey team defeat Malaysia
Indian Women’s hockey team defeated Malaysia 4-0 in their last Pool D match of the FIH Women’s Junior World Cup at Potchefstroom, South Africa yesterday.
That’s the end of the group stage for India, who win all three matches and confirm a spot against South Korea in the quarterfinal.
The 4-0 win over Malaysia had a brace from Mumtaz Khan, on either side of goals from Sangita Kumari and Lalrindiki. Earlier, India outplayed Germany 2-1 and in their first pool D match on Saturday,
India defeated Wales 5-1. The Indians are currently atop Pool D with three wins from as many games. The quarterfinals round will start on Friday.
What an amazing show of
camaraderie as the @zimhockey & @oranjehockey take a break and shelter from the lightning & thunder in their match at the 9th FIH Hockey Women’s Junior World Cup 2021#RisingStars#JWC2021 @SA_Hockey @AfrHockey pic.twitter.com/PJKOTVckB6
— Darth Vadai aka Nesan Singam (@DarthVadai) April 4, 2022