India lose womens' bronze-medal match to Great Britain
The set of experiences making Indian women's' hockey group's fantasy about getting its Women's Olympic medal stayed unfulfilled as it lost 3-4 to Great Britain in a hard-warded bronze play-off match. The Indian women had effectively made history and outperformed all assumptions by entering the elimination rounds of the Games interestingly.
Meanwhile, Indian wrestler Bajrang Punia crushed Ernazar Akmataliev of Kyrgyzstan to enter the Men's Freestyle 65kg quarterfinals.
What's more, having effectively recorded their best-ever Olympic presentation, the Indian women would hope to twofold the country's bliss on Friday. In any case, it would be actually quite difficult for the Indians as they were whipped 1-4 by Great Britain, who were the reigning champs, in the pool stages.
The Indians battled boldly and made it surprisingly difficult for Argentina yet were liable to yield penalty corners at essential crossroads of the match which ultimately proved expensive. With nothing to lose from here on, world no.7 India would fancy their odds against world no.4 Great Britain.
Source : www.india.com
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