USA and Brazil are through to the quarterfinals of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 from Group A as the latter thrashed India 5-0 in the final group match. Get IND vs BRA highlights.
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Hosts India ended their FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 sojourn with a 0-5 defeat to Brazil as they bowed out of the tournament. After losing 8-0 to the USA, India put up a much better performance with a 0-3 defeat to Morocco in their second match at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar. In the final group game against Brazil, India had chances that were few and far between. The girl from South America dominated the game as India posed little threat. A brace from Lara and Aline and a goal from Berchon was enough as the South Americans thumped their Indian counterparts. Get IND vs BRA highlights.
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FT score reads - Brazil 5 - India 0. A disappointing end to India's U-17 World Cup campaign.
Another goal from the Brazilian team as India concede yet another goal.
Five minutes added on by the fourth official.
Brazil have added another goal and the Indian girls are in danger of conceding more.
Indian goalie Melody has been the most busiest but despite conceding three goals, she can definitely hold her head high.
Brazli's Aline scores a long-range effort to make 3-0 to the South American side.
Action resumes as India chase for an elusive goal.
40' - Goal for Brazil. Aline shoots from inside the penalty area, Melody gets a hand to it but the ball trickles into the net.— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 17, 2022
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🇧🇷 2-0 🇮🇳#BRAIND ⚔️ #U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball ⚽
India's Neha has a chance to go through on goal but shoots directly at Brazil goalkeeper.
Brazil try a couple of long-range attempts on target, but Indian goalie Melody is equal to them and makes the saves.
Indian defence is all at sea as Brazil's Berchon scores as they lead 1-0.
Despite the height advantage, Indian girls have started on a brighter note.
Indian girls are minutes away from the kick-off
Kalinga Stadium is all set 🏟️🏟️#BRAIND ⚔️#U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball⚽ pic.twitter.com/R0oI2PVMvb— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 17, 2022
India’s senior national women's team had played against Brazil last November and lost 1-6. The coach feels there are similarities in playing style between Brazil's seniors and juniors. Shilky Devi Hemam, who is currently in the Indian team at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022, was used as a substitute in the senior team’s match against Brazil.
The head coach said, “When we have the ball, we need to feel relaxed and start playing. We need to be confident and play a little bit more. Now, we have nothing to lose. I hope the girls start playing freely.”
This is how India 🇮🇳 will start against Brazil 🇧🇷 #BRAIND ⚔️#U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball⚽ pic.twitter.com/xyVxQ2gXXy— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 17, 2022
As things stand, India are already out of the tournament with two losses. USA and Brazil take the top two positions in the group with four points each. Morocco are third with three points. Brazil are expected to win and advance. A draw for USA against Morocco would be enough for them to enter next round. If Morocco win, they are through.
Hello and welcome to the final Group A encounter between hosts India and Brazil.
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