5-match Test series: Indian eves defeat Belarus 2-1

5-match Test series: Indian eves defeat Belarus 2-1

The Indian eves continued their fine run in the ongoing five-match Test series, scoring a 2-1 victory over Belarus in their second match in Bhopal today.

For India, striker Rani converted a penalty corner to give her team a 1-0 lead.

The visitors equalised in the 36th minute when Sviatlana Bahushevich struck a fine field goal.

They continued to hold the Indian eves right till the end but a 60th minute Penalty Corner proved to be crucial as India managed to seal the game with Lalremsiami converting the opportunity. India are now 2-0 up in the Test Series.

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