In Pics: India women win bronze at Junior Hockey World Cup

Sports | | August 4, 2013, 10:05 pm
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18-year-old Rani scored India's only goal in the regulation time and then scored twice in the penalty shoot-out to give India a historical victory. (FFU Press Agency)

18-year-old Rani scored India's only goal in the regulation time and then scored twice in the penalty shoot-out to give India a historical victory. (FFU Press Agency)

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India had defeated the top teams in the competition and they finished their campaign in a thrilling contest. (FFU Press Agency)

India had defeated the top teams in the competition and they finished their campaign in a thrilling contest. (FFU Press Agency)

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Navneet Kaur's strike handed India a 3-2 lead in the shoot out and when Anna Toman missed the following shot, it secured India's win. (FFU Press Agency)

Navneet Kaur's strike handed India a 3-2 lead in the shoot out and when Anna Toman missed the following shot, it secured India's win. (FFU Press Agency)

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Rani took the first stroke in the shoot-out and scored straight away. (FFU Press Agency)

Rani took the first stroke in the shoot-out and scored straight away. (FFU Press Agency)

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The Indian girls defended well and maintained the lead till the half-time. (FFU Press Agency)

The Indian girls defended well and maintained the lead till the half-time. (FFU Press Agency)

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The deadlock remained till the full time and the game was stretched to penalty shootout. (FFU Press Agency)

The deadlock remained till the full time and the game was stretched to penalty shootout. (FFU Press Agency)

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The English girls kept pushing for the opening goal but it were India who would get on the scoreboard first. (FFU Press Agency)

The English girls kept pushing for the opening goal but it were India who would get on the scoreboard first. (FFU Press Agency)

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England player could score except Emily Defroand, who cancelled India's lead on both occasions. (FFU Press Agency)

England player could score except Emily Defroand, who cancelled India's lead on both occasions. (FFU Press Agency)

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Navneet had missed her earlier stroke but beat the rival goalkeeper in her second attempt as India took the lead. (FFU Press Agency)

Navneet had missed her earlier stroke but beat the rival goalkeeper in her second attempt as India took the lead. (FFU Press Agency)

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India Women beat England to win their first medal across all world cups after a gap of 33 years. (FFU Press Agency)

India Women beat England to win their first medal across all world cups after a gap of 33 years. (FFU Press Agency)