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Women’s Hockey World League Semi-Final: India hold South Africa to draw


India started their Women's Hockey World League Semi-Final crusade with a 0-0 draw against has South Africa in Johannesburg on Saturday. Goalkeeper Savita was the star for India as execution emerged for the match. 

Ideal from the begin of the match, India controlled the amusement and assaulted the resistance. They would be wise to ball ownership in the initial 15 minutes which prompted more circle infiltrations. India earned their first punishment corner in the twelfth moment however dragflicker Gurjit Kaur's effective strike was all around shielded by South Africa. 

South Africa at that point changed the pace of the diversion in the second quarter and made more endeavors at India's objective including a shocking one from Tarryn Glasby. She went past couple of Indian safeguards inside the circle and shot at the objective just to be denied by a caution Savita. 

Both groups were goalless at half-time as South Africa's most obvious opportunity to score an objective went simply wide. Savita attempted to see the ball through. 

The Indian group at long last surrendered an objective in the second from last quarter and the South Africa pack went into free for all. In any case, Indian players called for referral which demonstrated that the ball had returned off the of the stick and the objective was denied. Regardless of being powerless in the assault, India kept up the weight on South Africa with the safeguard. 

Both groups pushed for an objective in the last quarter, expanding the pace of the diversion and India were compensated with a punishment corner in the 47th moment. Be that as it may, this too, Rani's striker was diverted wide. South Africa likewise pushed for an objective in the denying minutes however Savita continued denying them. India will go up against USA on July 10.

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