The Indian women’s football team may not have had any major success in the last few years But as soon as the SAF Cup started, the ‘Women in Blue’ seemed to play a different role. India beat Bangladesh 3-1 at the Kanchenjunga Stadium on Wednesday night With this, the Indian girls are the four-time SAF Cup champions in a row
India’s women’s soccer team has also set a record as Virat Kohli’s team is unbeaten in 16 consecutive Tests. That is the 8-match unbeaten Indian women’s soccer team in Wednesday’s final
The Indian girls’ confidence increased as they scored a goal in the 12th minute of the match Despite having a chance to score more goals in the first half, the Indian team failed to do so On the contrary, Bangladesh returned to equality with the goal of a dream
The second half started with a 1-1 goal. It took India a long time to return to the match. Sasmita scored from the penalty spot in the 60th minute to give India a 2-1 lead. Bangladesh was seen to counter-attack several times but they could not open the mouth of the goal. Indumathi did the last thing. This is where the final ends.