The Indian team has secured its place in the semi-finals of the Women's Asia Cup Hockey tournament. In the Pool A match on Monday, the Indian team also defeated Singapore 9-1 in a one-sided match with the help of Gurjit Kaur's hat-trick. This is the second time the Indian team has won in 3 matches in Pool A. The team had defeated Malaysia 9-0 in its opening match, while in the previous match, it had to face a 0-2 defeat at the hands of Japan.
Leaving behind the failure of the previous match, India has also shown a great game against Singapore. Gurjit (8th, 37th, 48th minutes) converted two penalty corners into goals, while Monika (6th, 17th minute) and Jyoti (43rd, 58th minute) scored two field goals each. Vandana Katariya (eighth minute) and Mariana Kujur (10th minute) have also scored.
India will take on Pool B's top team Korea in the first semi-final on Wednesday. In another Pool A match, Malaysia will be 8-0 Japan, who have beaten, have come to the top of the table. In another match of the last 4, he is going to face China. The final of the tournament is scheduled to be played on Thursday. The top four teams of the tournament have automatically qualified for this year's FIH World Cup in co-hosted by Spain and the Netherlands.