India's U-15 women's team braces for Nepal test

The India U-15 women side completely outplayed Bhutan in the opening encounter with a 20 minutes blitz in the start accounting for all the goals.

“The girls are upbeat after their win against Bhutan and are now ready to face Nepal in the second match. A win is the only thing on our mind,” said head coach Maymol Rocky.   -  AIFF

After a thumping 3-0 victory in the SAFF U-15 Women’s Championship opener against Bhutan, the Indian eves are ready to face Nepal, avers head coach Maymol Rocky.

“The girls are upbeat after their win against Bhutan and are now ready to face Nepal in the second match. A win is the only thing on our mind,” she said.

The India U-15 women side completely outplayed Bhutan in the opening encounter with a 20 minutes blitz in the start accounting for all the goals. “Yes, it was a great start but we did not get any more goals in the second half so we will look to improve upon that. But I’m happy with the performance of the girls,” added Maymol.

Its opponent Nepal got hammered 6-0 by Bangladesh but Coach Maymol is cautious and is not dismissive of her rival side, “Every team goes through a bad day. And as I always believe anything can happen in football. I know they lost heavily but we are not taking Nepal lightly at all.”

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