Seoul: The Indian Women’s Hockey Team played out a 1-1 draw against hosts South Korea in the last match of their five match series at the Jinchun National Athletic Centre on Sunday. Both the teams scored a goal each in the final quarter of the match which saw them locked at a goal apiece at the full-time whistle.
For India, senior player Vandana Katariya found the net in the 48th minute. Two minutes later, Korea’s Bomi Kim (50′) scored an equalizer. With this, Indian women’s team have wrapped up the South Korea Tour with a 3-1 victory in the five-match series.
The Indian goal which came off a forward pass from skipper Rani, was shot into the goal by Vandana Katariya. The lead could only last for two minutes as South Korea also displayed some crisp passing and scored a field goal in the 50th minute through Bomi Kim to equalize. Though the hosts had a chance of taking a lead after they earned a Penalty Corner in the 54th minute, but the drag-flick was shot wide and the match ended in a 1-1 draw.