The Indian women’s football team suffered a 0-3 loss to Chile in their second match of the four-nation tournament on Monday. Striker María Urrutia (14th) gave Chile the lead in the first half while Isidora Hernandez (84th) and Karen Araya (85th) broke India’s hopes of a comeback.

India made three changes to the team

India made three changes in the team which suffered a loss against Brazil. M Lintoigambi Devi came in for goalkeeper Aditi Chauhan and Martina Thokchom and Manisha Panna in place of Kamala Devi and Dengmei Grace. Manisha Kalyan, who scored the first opportunity for India against Brazil, scored her goal, but in the sixth minute, her shot went straight into the hands of the opposing goalkeeper.

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India made a good move in the 66th minute

Chile then took control of the match. Javiera Toro’s attempt on Maria Rojas’ cross from the right end was foiled by Lintoigambi. A minute later, however, Chile took the lead with Maria’s goal off Rojas’ pass. Chile maintained a 1-0 lead till halftime. India made a good move in the 66th minute of the second half.

India managed to keep the margin of defeat low

Manisha pushed the ball towards Dengmei, the 20-year-old officiating. But his shot was blocked by Endler. However, when it looked like India would be able to keep the margin short, Chile scored two goals within two minutes to ensure a 3-0 win. India will play its last match against Venezuela on Thursday.

Summary

India made three changes in the team which suffered a loss against Brazil. M Lintoigambi Devi came in for goalkeeper Aditi Chauhan and Martina Thokchom and Manisha Panna in place of Kamala Devi and Dengmei Grace.