This is the first time Indians football The team was eliminated in the semi-finals of the tournament.
Rashmi Kumari Ghishing scored the only goal of the game as the home team won on a muddy pitch.
The home side started with the front foot, using the left wing in some of the attacks in the opening trades. However, the Indian defenders Sweety Devi and Manisa Panna remain alert to the danger and thwart host attacks.
Renu had India’s first real chance in the 12th minute, when she darted into the opposition box, but Nepal’s captain and goalkeeper Anjila Subba made a brilliant save.
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When the match passed half an hour, Sandhiya Ranganathan was more active on the right wing. She organized an attack on the 22nd, passing it on to Ratanbala Devi, who squared it with Priyangka DeviThe last one is disabled inside the box.
Then, Sandhiya again made a cross to Renu, who tried to hit the ball wide of the post, but her effort was saved. That proved to be Renu’s last meaningful contribution, as the head coach of the Indian team Suren Chettri take her soon, bring her Soumya Guguloth entered the field when the whistle ended the first half with a few minutes left.
However, it was Nepal who took the lead in injury time in the first half, when Preeti Rai made a cross to Rashmi Ghishing’s foot, and then turned to shoot into the bottom corner of the goal.
Having taken the lead, Nepal played quite excitedly in the second half, as Anita Basnet and Rashmi Ghishing began to orchestrate attacks for the home team, prompting Suren Chettri to make a change in attack, giving the money. Directed Apurna Narzary to replace midfielder Priyangka Devi.
Apurna quickly realized many things as she searched for necklaces for the likes of Dangmei Grace and Soumya Guguloth. However, the Nepalese defense played their best.
Staring at an exit into the semi-finals, India made some desperate attacks that helped them get a couple of free kicks in the opposition half, with only about 20 minutes remaining in the allotted time.
Ashalata Devi was in charge of the synergies, trying to pass them to teammates, but the Nepalese defense played solidly.
Soumya had one last chance for India with just a few minutes left when she was pierced by Apurna’s defence. The former player dashed into the box but the ball was swept out of her feet by a passing defender, before she could shoot.