Commonwealth Games 2022, India vs New Zealand, Women’s Hockey Bronze Medal Match, Highlights: India beat New Zealand 2-1 in a shootout to win the bronze medal in women’s hockey at the ongoing Commonwealth Games on Sunday. India had taken the lead in the second quarter courtesy a goal from Salima Tete, but New Zealand made it 1-1 with a penalty stroke with just 17 seconds to go in the match, taking it into the shootout. After the first quarter, the scoreline remained 0-0 but Salima Tete opened the scoring in the 2nd quarter. It seemed like New Zealand equalised in the 3rd quarter but India decided for a referral and it paid of as the goal did not stand. Savita Punia and co had suffered a heartbreaking loss in the semi-finals against Australia. The match stirred a huge controversy after the “clock error”. But this time, India managed to come out on top in the shootout. This was India’s first medal in women’s hockey at the Commonwealth Games in 16 years.

Here are the Highlights from Women’s Hockey, Bronze Medal match between India and New Zealand

3:10PM:INDIA WIN BRONZE!! India beat New Zealand 2-1 in shootout to win the bronze medal.

3:05 PM:India take the lead in shootout! 2-1 ahead! Navneet to the rescue!

3:04 PM: India level the scores!! 1-1

3:02 PM:India draw a blank in their first attempt! New Zealand with a 1-0 lead!

3:01 PM:New Zealand 1-0 up in the shootout!

2:54PM:Match enters penalty shootout!! New Zealand equalised with just 17 seconds left! Penalty stroke came to New Zealand’s rescue and now the penalty shootout beckons!

2:48PM:Final 5 minutes remain, India still 1-0 ahead. Savita Punia and Co close in on bronze medal.

2:42 PM:INDIA GETS A PENALTY CORNER! Can they make it count?

2:41 PM:A golden chance goes begging for India. Navneet Kaur had the best chance to make it 2-0, but the angle did not allow her to have a clear strike.

2:39PM:Final 10 minutes left in the match! India still 1-0 ahead.

2:34PM:Fourth quarter begins! Final 15 minutes, exciting action on the cards!

2:33 PM:Third quarter ends! India hold onto 1-0 lead.

2:31 PM:It seemed like New Zealand got the equaliser! But India reviewed it and the goal does not stand! Big reprieve for India! India hold onto 1-0 lead.

2:24 PM:New Zealand are still searching for the equaliser! India firmly with the advantage.

2:15 PM:Third quarter begins! Can India hold on?

2:12 PM:Can India hold on now? 1-0 lead, and Savita Punia and co just need to hold their nerves in order to win the bronze medal match! Exciting half is ahead of us!

2:04 PM:Second quarter ends! India are 1-0 ahead courtesy Salima Tete. Pressure on New Zealand now.

2:01 PM:GOAL!! India Scores! Salima Tete brings her A game and India go 1-0 ahead!

1:55 PM:India forwards are trying their best to register the first goal of the game, but so far, New Zealand defenders have been upto the task. Scoreline 0-0 in the 2nd quarter

1:49PM:Second quarter begins! India aim to take the lead and put pressure on New Zealand.

1:46PM:First quarter ends! Scoreline 0-0! India got the most of the chances in the first quarter, but failed to capitalise!

1:44 PM:Salima Tete almost puts India in lead! But the ball just misses the goalpost by a whisker!

1:43 PM:Sangeeta Kumari was at the top of her game, she set the move really nicely, but it takes a deflection from New Zealand defender’s stick! And scoreline remains 0-0

1:41 PM:New Zealand fail to capitalise!! Scoreline 0-0! India can breathe a sigh of relief!

1:40 PM:New Zealand were inches away from scoring! But Indian defenders were upto the task! Just as we speak, New Zealand have gotten a penalty corner!

1:38 PM:Both teams are fighting it out, not willing to give an inch. Scoreline still remains 0-0

1:32 PM:Match underway!!! The first quarter has begun. Scoreline 0-0 for now

1:30 PM:Action about to begin. Can India win the bronze medal?


1:25 PM:Both teams are out in the middle. Time for national anthems!!

1:21 PM:The match will start at 1:30 PM IST. Team India will look to put the semi-final loss against Australia behind them and aim for glory against New Zealand in the bronze medal match.

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