Indian Women's Hockey Team will work on improving performance at CWG 2022 after World Cup disappointment: Navneet Kaur

Indian Women’s Hockey Group will do the job on enhancing basic overall performance at CWG 2022 just soon after Planet Cup disappointment: Navneet Kaur

The
Indian
team
started
their
Earth
Cup
marketing campaign
with
a
1-1
attract
against
England.
In
their
future
match,
they
had been
held
to
a
1-1
draw
by
their
Asian
opponents,
China.
India’s
final
team
stage
match
finished
in
a
3-4
defeat
to
New
Zealand.

India
experienced
a
chance
to
go
to
the
quarterfinals
in spite of
ending
third
in
the
group
stage
if
they
could
have
defeated
Spain
in
their
crossover
match.
However,
India
lost
out
on
the
chance
to
complete
in
the
prime
8
immediately after
their
-1
loss
to
Spain.

Speaking
about
India’s
heartbreaking
loss
to
Spain,
Navneet
Kaur
stated,
“When
we
misplaced
the
match
in opposition to
Spain,
we
ended up
completely
upset
but
knew
we
experienced
to
immediately
place
that
match
at the rear of
us
and
concentration
on
the
approaching
game titles
against
Canada
and
Japan.”

“The
only
matter
we
wished
was
to
sign up
good
wins
against
these
two
teams
and
finish
our
Planet
Cup
marketing campaign
on
a
optimistic
be aware,”
she
continued.

In
their
9th-16th
area
activity,
India
defeated
Canada
2-3
through
shootout
immediately after
the
recreation
was
tied
at
1-1
at
the
stop
of
regulation
time.
Following
that,
India
defeated
Japan
3-1
in
the
9th-12th
location
match
on
Wednesday
evening
at
the
Estadi
Olimpic
de
Terrassa
to
complete
the
tournament
at
the
9th
place
in
the
last
standings.

“I
come to feel
we
could
have
accomplished
even
superior
versus
Canada
and
not
enable
the
match
go
into
a
shootout.
But
we
missed
lots of
probabilities
in
the
circle.
From
Japan,
it
was
significant
we
improvised
our
possibilities
and
we
pushed
them
from
the
word
go,”
Kaur
even more
mentioned.

Navneet
Kaur
was
the
standout
performer
for
India
from
Japan
as
she
netted
a
brace
and
speaking
about
the
similar,
she
claimed,
“I
am
pleased
I
could
contribute
to
the
team’s
result.
There
are
a lot of
takeaways
from
the
matches
we
played
in
the
WC.
We
will
do the job
on
bettering
our
performance
at
CWG.”

Indian
eves
will
kick
off
their
CWG
campaign
towards
Ghana
on
July
29.

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