The Indian women’s team opened play at the FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup 2022 by playing England to a 1-1 draw.
On Tuesday, India will face China, looking for their first tournament victory (July 5). Amstelveen, in the Netherlands, will host India and China’s encounter.
Isabella Petter scored the game-winning goal for England in the ninth minute, securing a victory over India.
In the 28th minute, India’s Vandana Katariya scored the equaliser that her team desperately needed to salvage a tie.
In contrast, China will enter the match with a 2-2 tie against New Zealand as their opening game result.
Pool B also includes New Zealand and England, and also has India and China.
FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup Live Stream 2022: How to Watch Online From Anywhere, Quarter-Finals
At the 2022 Women’s Hockey World Cup, the 16 greatest teams in the world will lock sticks on the largest platform of the sport outside of the Olympics.
And the Oranje and the Lionesses appear prepared for glory. While the co-hosts and incumbent winners Netherlands are the favourites.
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Second-seeded Argentina, captained by Agostina Alonso, enters the competition on the heels of an undefeated season in the FIH Pro League.
They’ll play England for a spot in the semifinals tomorrow.
India vs Spain Live Streaming: When and Where to Watch FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup 2022 Live Coverage on Live TV Online
At the Estadio Olimpic de Terrassa in Spain, the third-placed Indian women’s hockey team will play the hosts for a spot in the quarterfinals of the FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup.
Under Savita’s watchful leadership, India tied with England and China (1-1) in the group stage before falling to New Zealand (2-4).
While Spain went 2-1 in group play, their first win coming over Canada by a 4-1 score.
However, they were unable to capitalise on this success and lost the next game to Argentina by the same 1-0 score. However, things turned around for Spain as they defeated Korea 4-1 in Pool C.
The first day of July in 2022 will mark the beginning of the Women’s Hockey World Cup.
In the 15th iteration of the quadrennial competition, 16 teams will compete for the honour of being named World Champions.
The competition will begin on the 12th and run through the 17th of July at two European locations: Terrassa, Spain, and Amstelveen, the Netherlands.