Skipper Rani Rampal led from a front and slammed a hat-trick as Indian eves thrashed Malaysia 9-1 in their final joining diversion of a seventh women’s Junior Asia Cup today.
By trait of this win, India has competent for the semi-final of a tournament.
The Indian eves started on an aggressive note and penetrated a Malaysian turn in a early mins of the game.
Preeti Dubey rushed into a Malaysian turn and played a cranky turn towards Rani Rampal, who scored a initial goal for India in a eighth minute.
In a 15th minute, Jaspreet Kaur converted a penalty corner to give India a 2-0 lead.
Six mins from halftime, India tripled their lead through Preeti Dubey’s shining goal.
Malaysia, however, pulled one behind only before a finish of the initial half with a margin strike from a sticks of Mohd Saiuti Norfaiezah.
After a change of ends, a Indian girls started from where they left in a initial half and pounded relentlessly, which resulted in 4 goals (37th, 39th, 41st and 42nd minutes) in a brief camber of 6 minutes.
Hungry for more, Poonam Balra deflected in a using ball from far-reaching angle past Malaysian goalkeeper in a 51st minute to register India’s eighth goal.
Jaspreet scored her second idea of a compare through another chastisement dilemma acclimatisation in a final notation of the game to turn off a tally.
India will play their semi-final strife on Saturday. The ongoing contest is a gift eventuality for subsequent year’s FIH Junior World Cup (Women).