India rides Tete Marvel and prepares for Japan final | Hockey News

An in-form local star, he helps the hosts inflict another defeat on Korea
RANCHI: Apparently this is her first time playing for India in her home state Salima Tete can’t go wrong.
After scoring four goals in the group stage, the girl from Simdega district in Jharkhand once again lit up the Marang Gomke Jaipal Singh Astro Turf Hockey Stadium here on Saturday evening as she scored a blind goal in India’s 2-0 win over South Korea in the semi-final .
In the women’s final Asian champion trophy On Sunday evening, India will face defending champions Japan, who defeated China 2-1 in the first semi-final of the day.
The game started in the 11th minute when Salima ran through the middle and passed the ball Vandana on the left. The senior player on the team passed the ball to Udita at the top of the D and she passed it to Salima, who ran unhindered through the Korean defense.
Udita’s final pass couldn’t have been much better and Salima controlled the ball on the run, took it away from the defenders with a few touches and then played it through the legs of goalkeeper Eunji Kim and into the net.
The speed at which this happened surprised South Korea and they were only amazed by this move.
But with players from the men’s ice hockey team like PR Sreejesh, Manpreet Singh, Mandeep Singh and Jarmanpreet Singh were present along with coach Craig Fulton, Salima was not ready for the day. With the crowd cheering her on, she grabbed India’s third PC of the game four minutes into the second quarter after a lovely one-two with Navneet Kaur. This time, Deep Grace Ekka grabbed the goal and goalkeeper Jinmin Lee, who came on in the second quarter, dove to the right to block the shot. However, Vaishnavi Vitthal Phalke, who took the throw-in, was there to score the rebound.
Vaishnavi, who was on the reserve list and replaced Sonika before the final group game, turned the ball with her back to the goal but was still able to shoot it into the net.
As for Salima, she kept the South Koreans on their toes every minute of the game, forcing Su Ji Choi to attack hard, even if she didn’t score any more goals or create any clear-cut chances. With only nine minutes left on the clock to her to tackle. It earned the South Korean player a yellow card and gave India the advantage.
But to coach Janneke Schopman’s dismay, India could not capitalize on this as Jyoti and Vandana also received yellow cards in the 53rd and 55th minutes respectively. When South Korea won its last PC of the game towards the end, there were nine Indian players on the field against 11 South Koreans.
This is something Schopman was worried about in the last game and hopefully it won’t come back to haunt her in Sunday’s final. The other cause for concern is the penalty corners. Despite winning a total of six matches, India managed to win only one.
While the Koreans defended the PCs well, there was another failure in the third quarter that shouldn’t have happened. It was PC No. 5 for India but Monika couldn’t catch it after Salima’s advance and South Korea went on the counterattack.
Later, South Korea won some PCs. While they failed to convert on the first try, Seungae Park’s shot on the second attempt hit Nisha square on the head and caused concern for a while. But to everyone’s relief, she was uninjured and continued playing.

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