Indian women eye first win, take on Taipei in 2nd game
The Times of India Mumbai|January 23, 2022
The Indian team will hope to get all three points when they take on Chinese Taipei
Gaurav Gupta

Mumbai: Having been held to a 0-0 draw by the much lower-ranked Iran in their opener on Thursday, India will be aiming to record their first win of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2022 when they take on Chinese Taipei on Sunday night at the DY Patil Stadium.

India came close to scoring several times against Iran, but were denied by some brilliant goalkeeping by Zohreh Koudaei and a dogged defence. The hosts, who need to improve their finishing skills, must now beat Chinese Taipei to boost their chances of making the quarterfinals of the tournament from Group A. Similarly, Chinese Taipei, who succumbed to a 4-0 defeat against China in their first game, too will be eyeing their first win of the competition.

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