The Indian women's hockey team signed off the Women's Asia Cup 2022 with a hard-fought 2-0 victory over China in the third/ fourth placing match here in Muscat on Friday.
It was goals by Sharmila Devi (13') and Gurjit Kaur (19') that helped the Savitaled side end the continental tournament with the third-place finish. It was a neck-and-neck start to the match, with both teams trying to make inroads in each other's striking circle, showcasing good attacking and defending skills. Both India and China created potential goalscoring opportunities and even earned themselves Penalty Corners, but both teams missed out on converting it.
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