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The Indians, on the other hand, caught the English defence off guard on more than one occasion from open play. From one such occasion, India broke the deadlock in the 25th minute through Neha Goyal who found herself at the right place at the right time to direct the ball into the net and stun the hosts.
The Indians showed great fighting character to go into the halfway break by a slender one-goal advantage. They kept a tight vigil after the change of ends and managed to hold on to their lead throughout the third quarter with impressive composure. Trailing by a goal, England attacked in numbers in the final quarter in search of the equaliser but the Indians defended their citadel well and maintained their control over the proceedings.
In the 48th minute, England secured another penalty corner but once again the Indian defence stood tall to thwart the danger. Five minutes later, England were awarded another set piece and they finally utilised the opportunity to draw level.
Though Indian goalkeeper Savita blocked the initial attempt, Owsley found the target from the rebound as Indian defenders failed to clear the ball. It was a much-improved performance from the Indians considering the fact that they were hammered by England in the bronze medal match at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games earlier this year. Interestingly, the Indians had registered a come-from-behind win over the same English side in the group stage of the Commonwealth Games hockey competition.
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