Nepal | August 12, 2020

SAG women’s football final: India beat Nepal 4-0

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KATHMANDU: India on Monday beat Nepal 4-0 in the 12th South Asian Games women’s football finals.

At the match being played at the South Asian Games women’s football gold cup at the Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex in Shillong of India, the hosts scored two goals each in the first and the second halves.

Though Nepal had restricted India in a goalless draw in the round robin group stage match and completed the journey to finals unbeaten without conceding any goal, they could not score a single goal today.

Nepal received a silver medal in the discipline.


UPDATE

80′: Ashalata Devi scores the fourth goal for India.

71′: Bala Devi scores the third goal for India.

India double lead against Nepal

56′: Following the corner kick, Nepali defenders fail to clear the ball and Kamala Devi pounces on the ball and smashes an excellent right-footed volley into the roof of a net to double the lead.

46′: The second half begins.

India lead 1-0 against Nepal at HT

45+2′: The first half ends with Nepal 0-1 India.

32′: India take lead 1-0 against Nepal as Kamala Davi scored.

Nepal, India begin final clash for gold

KATHMANDU: Nepal and India are playing for the South Asian Games women’s football gold medal at the Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex in Shillong of India on Monday.

Nepal women’s team had remained unbeaten in the five-team round robin league to finish first ahead of India.

Nepali women have not won against India in their previous four final encounters.

Nepal First XI: Anu Lama(C), Sabitra Bhandari, Anita Basnet, Sajana Rana, Hira Kumari Bhujel, Lila Lamgade(GK), Amrita Jaishi, Anchali Waiba, Niru Thapa, Dipa Adhikari, Punam Jargha Magar

India First XI: Aditi Chauhan(GK), Umapati, Ashalata, Manisa, Supriya, Bembem (C),Premi Devi, Bala Devi, Sasmita Malik,Prameshwori, Kamala.

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