The women’s hockey team played out a goalless draw against Great Britain in the next game of the parade of England here on Tuesday. India and Great Britain started the first quarter on a wary note. The visitors attempted to create a few inroads since the game progressed, however, they could not find an opening.
The defensive components of the sides as among those teams could violate the deadlock. The Indian team made an aggressive move to the conclusion of the quarter and got a penalty corner, but Great Britain’s defense was able to keep India in the bay. India rode about the momentum and continued enjoying aggressively at the onset of the second quarter.
The people were given another penalty corner in the 20th minute, which was blocked out by Great Britain defense. Forwards from the sides proceeded to search for the opening goal, but could not find the back of the internet since the deadlock continued in the halfway stage. India continued in exactly the same vein in the next quarter and got their third penalty corner but once again they failed to use the opportunity.
Fantastic Britain was given their first penalty corner in the 35th minute by a counter strike but Indian goalkeeper Savita stood up into the test. India made yet another competitive movement shortly after and won his fourth penalty corner three minutes later but they failed to hit the target once again.
The identical narrative continued in the fourth quarter with all both sides wanting their best, however to no avail. India created a few clever moves, but Great Britain always found a way to keep the ball away out of their goal. India had a fantastic opportunity to seal the game when they won a penalty corner in the dying moments of the game, but once more Great Britain defense stood firm to reevaluate the threat.