Commonwealth Games 2022: FIH apologises, to review clock controversy in India’s semifinal loss to Australia

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In
a
statement,
the
sport’s
global
governing
body
said
it
would
thoroughly
review
the
incident.

It
may
be
recalled
that
Australia’s
Rosie
Malone,
who
missed
her
first
attempt
during
the
penalty
shootout,
was
gifted
another
chance
as
the
8sec
countdown
on
the
scoreboard
had
not
started.

CWG
2022:
Indian
Women’s
Hockey
Team
go
down
0-3
in
the
shootout
to
Australia
in
Semi-Final

The
forward
did
not
miss
the
second
time,
putting
her
side
in
the
lead.
The
Indians
eventually
lost
the
semifinal
0-3
in
the
shootout,
after
both
teams
were
tied
1-1
at
the
end
of
regulation
time
as
the
crowd
booed
the
technical
officials
for
the
decision.

“In
the
semifinal
match
of
the
Birmingham
2022
Commonwealth
Games
between
Australia
and
India
(Women),
the
penalty
shootout
started
mistakenly
too
early
(the
clock
was
not
yet
ready
to
operate),
for
which
we
apologise,”
FIH
said
in
a
statement.

“The
process
in
place
for
such
situations
is
that
the
penalty
shootout
has
to
be
retaken,
which
was
done.
This
incident
will
be
thoroughly
reviewed
by
the
FIH
in
order
to
avoid
any
similar
issues
in
the
future,”
the
statement
added.

In
the
semifinal
tie,
the
Savita-led
Indian
Team
fought
valiantly
in
the
regulation
time
which
ended
in
1-1
but
missed
out
on
converting
their
attempts
in
the
shootout.

Rebecca
Greiner
had
given
Australia
an
early
lead
in
the
10th
minute,
while
Vandana
Katariya
restored
parity
for
the
Indian
women
in
the
49th
minute.

Ambrosia
Malone,
Amy
Lawton
and
Kaitlin
Nobbs
scored
goals
for
Australia
in
the
shootout
which
they
eventually
won
3-0.

India vs Australia

India
were
unlucky
to
miss
out
in
the
shoot-out.

India
will
now
take
on
New
Zealand
in
the
Bronze
Medal
match
on
Sunday
(August
7),
starting
1:30
pm
(IST).

The
match
will
be
telecast
live
on
Sony
Ten
3,
Sony
Six,
and
live
streaming
will
be
available
on
Sony
LIV.

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