"At this point India seemed to have an unassailable lead but Ailsa Wyllie scored - to make it 2-3 for the hosts. Some time later Bunce levelled the score with a penalty corner -."
Glasgow, May 4 - The Indian women's hockey team went down fighting to hosts Scotland 3-4 in the 7th-8th classification playoff to finish eighth and last in the FIH Champions Challenge 1 there Sunday.

India played competitively and did not allow Scotland to score a single goal in the first half as the teams went into the break with a 0-0 scoreline.

In the second half, Scotland's Vikki Bunce took the lead and stroked in a goal -. But India turned the tables as they scored three consecutive goals. First Neha Goyal equalised - through a penalty corner, followed by Lilima Minz - and Navneet Kaur -.

At this point India seemed to have an unassailable lead but Ailsa Wyllie scored - to make it 2-3 for the hosts. Some time later Bunce levelled the score with a penalty corner -.

With two minutes on the clock, Clement received the ball on the edge of the circle and her reverse stick shot flew under keeper Savita to give Scotland the victory.


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