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Women's Hockey: India beat South Korea 3-1 to win series Women's Hockey: India beat South Korea 3-1 to win series Two goals in the first quarter by Gurjit Kaur (2') and Deepika (14') put India in a commanding position, while Poonam Rani's field goal in the 47th minute secured the victory for the visitors against South Korea. Edited by: India TV Sports Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: March 09, 2018 17:19 IST ] Image Source : GETTY IMAGES A file image of India captain Rani celebrating with her teammates Indian women's hockey team produced a splendid all-round performance to register a 3-1 win in the fourth match of their five-match series against South Korea here at the Jinchun National Athletic Centre on Friday. The victory for world No. 10 India saw them take an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series with a match remaining to be played on Sunday. Two goals in the first quarter by Gurjit Kaur (2') and Deepika (14') put India in a commanding position, while Poonam Rani's field goal in the 47th minute secured the victory for the visitors as Mi Hyun Park (57') scored a consolation goal for South Korea. Indian women's team suffer first defeat in hockey tour of South Korea The early stages of the match saw India put pressure on the South Korean defence to win themselves a penalty corner in only the 2nd minute, which was well-converted by Gurjit Kaur. India won another penalty corner in the 14th minute, which was netted by Deepika to put India in a commanding position at the end of the first quarter. The Indian Eves bagged their third win of the five-match Korea Tour defeating the hosts 3-1. Check out the result of 9th March. #IndiaKaGame pic.twitter.com/aKZhMjehZz — Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) March 9, 2018 In the second quarter, the two teams tried to get behind each other's defence but neither could beat the defensive line or earn themselves a scoring opportunity as the defences for both the teams stood tall. The penultimate quarter India produced a marvellous team move which was made up of some precise passing and clever skilful play as Vandana Katariya's in-field pass was slotted into the back of the net by Poonam Rani in the 47th minute.
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Sindhu earned four points with that shot. Okuhara, looked strong in the rallies, but Sindhu’s reach made it tough for the Japanese to place her shots beyond the Indian. Even though Okuhara enjoyed two game points, four consecutive points from Sindhu meant the Indian took the first game 22-20. After losing the first game, Okuhara stepped on the gas and looked in her elements in the long rallies. Okuhara got her touch back with the smashes that earned her five points, two of which came late in the game that assured Sindhu was left with too much to do. Her net play looked strong while Sindhu failed to connect with the cross court backhand whip well. Okuhara claimed the second game with thumping 10-point margin to take the final to the third and the deciding game. Okuhara got things running in the final game, before Sindhu took over. While the Indian looked a bit tired in the second game, she was rejuvenated in the third and seemed to take the initiative with the attacks and that paid dividend.
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