India vs England HIGHLIGHTS, Women's Hockey World Cup 2022 Updates: Vandana's rebound helps India draw 1-1 against England

IND vs ENG, Women's Hockey World Cup 2022: Presenting the live score, updates and commentary from the match between India and England in the Netherlands.

Updated : Jul 03, 2022 23:01 IST

India's 18-member squad for the FIH Women's Hockey World Cup 2022.
India's 18-member squad for the FIH Women's Hockey World Cup 2022.

India's 18-member squad for the FIH Women's Hockey World Cup 2022.

Welcome to  Sportstar's  highlights of the Women's Hockey World Cup match between India and England in Amstelveen , Netherlands.  This was Netra V  taking you through the action as it unfolded.

See you all on Tuesday as India takes on China at 8PM IST!


Savita, Indian captain: England played well. We missed many chances, but we didn't give any PC for them as we know they are a great team.

Petter, England's goal-scorer : Happy to take point. I just put my stick on the way and got the goal. Focus game against China, will take learnings from this match.

FULL TIME: The hooter goes off! The scores level as Petter and Vandana score for England and India respectively.

15'- ENGLAND's Tessa Howard gets a green card at the lost moment. Can India score a winning goal? No. India doesn't score, neither does England score.

14'- A penalty corner awarded for England on basis of a tackle. India asks for a referral. A penalty corner can be disadvantageous for India. No stick tackle as per video referral. India gets the ball.

13'- Penalty corner for India. Will they connect on this one? A wide one for India as the fail to flick the ball.

12'-  Savita blocks as England tries to score in an angle.

11'- Sharmila makes a rookie mistake as she misses to the ball and England takes possession.

9'- Howard misses a chance as the ball is lobbed up in the air and goes outside.

8'- Two consecutive green cards for India, England is unable to take opportunity of the advantage.



2'- Indian's try its luck on the right hand flank, but all effort in vain.


No goals scored this quarter as both the teams fail to connect the passes and end up interception each others passes.

15'- A missed opportunity for Indians as Neha misses as Hinch saves using her left leg to push the ball out. No goals scored this quarter.

14'- Indians cut through England's pass but England manages to receive the ball with careless passes from India's side.

12'- England misses a goal scoring opportunity as Indians take the ball out of the circle. 

9'- India Lalremsiami takes the ball out of its circle and moves past the England defenders as they try to counter-attack. However, they fail to do so, missing to connect in England's circle.

8'- England cuts through India's passes as it holds the ball possession.

5'- Howard throws herself out to score a goal, but the ball misses the goal as England starts its attack which was a missing in the second quarter.

3'- India pushes its way though in the right flank. England intercepts the ball though.



Vandana's rebound from a penalty corner proved to be a saving grace for India, who failed to convert numerous PCs. India 1-1 ENG

14'- India on the front foot as another penalty corner called for India. But India misses yet another one.

12'- India in the circle, yet another penalty corner. Save by Hinch but a brilliant rebound from Vandana, who SCORES A GOAL AS INDIA EQUALS.

10'- 11 players back for England as India fail to convert this opportunity as England finds space on the left flank keeping the ball .

9'- England reduced to 10 players for two minutes, can India make the most of it?

8'- Indians concede a penalty corner . A referral taken by the Indians and a successful referral by India. A free hit for India but England launches a furious attack and Martin gets a green card as she's suspended for two minutes.

7' Execution of passes seem to be a problem of India as they fail to get the ball and England takes the ball.

5' Another brilliant save by Savita. Indians take the ball and a chance with a fast attack but England interceptions leaves them unable to score.

4'- Sloppy ball passing on both sides as both teams fail to connect .

2'- Another penalty corner for India. But will it be the same result as earlier? Well yes, the ball deflects and misses the goal.


Though India came out blazing with its attacks, it was unable to convert penalty corners. While, Petter scores and gives England a 1-0 lead.

15'- India unable to hold onto the ball and is unable to connect.

14'- Martin misses an easy goal chance as the ball goes wide of the goal post.

10'- Penalty Corner for India as foul committed by England, the ball hits the post. India misses by an inch. England on the edge as Hinch saves another Indian attempt to score a goal via another penalty corner.

8'- Petter scores a goal as England lead 1-0.

7' - Indian defenders Ekka and Nikki are on the move as they prevent England team from scoring.

5'- Giselle throws a high ball for England and they manage to enter the circle but the Indians' defence stays strong as they battle for the ball. Finally the ball with the Indians as England fail to connect.

3'- Savita saves a shot by the England attackers as a ball is let loose by the Indians in between the midfielder and defender.

1'- India starts with an attacking front and gets a penalty corner courtesy Lalremsiami.  However India fails to convert the penalty corner to a goal as the ball is missed.


8:03 PM IST: The teams make their way onto the pitch. Time for the national anthems.


India XI:

Savita Punia (captain, goalkeeper), Deep Grace Ekka (vice-captain), Nikki Pradhan, Udita, Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam, Neha, Navjot Kaur, Salima Tete,Vandana Katariya, Lalremsiami, Navneet Kaur


Hollie Pearne-Webb (c), Sophie Hamilton, Fiona Crackles, Izzy Petter, Giselle Ansley, Maddie Hinch (goalkeeper), Hannah Martin, Lily Owsley, Ellie Rayer, Anna Toman, Laura Unsworth,

When was the last time the two teams faced each other?

India will open its campaign against England in pool B match in Amstelveen on Sunday, a year after losing to the same opponents 3-4 in the bronze medal match at the Tokyo Olympics. The two teams were to meet at the FIH Pro League but the two matches were cancelled due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in the English camp.


No more considered as pushovers, a rejuvenated India would seek revenge against England when the two sides open their Pool B campaign in the Women's Hockey World Cup in Amstelveen on Sunday.

The Indian women's hockey team would be eager to settle scores against a side which shattered its bronze medal hopes in last year's Tokyo Olympics.

India came tantalisingly close to claiming its maiden Olympic medal in Tokyo, only to lose 3-4 against England, which is playing as Great Britain in the showpiece.

But going into the tournament, the Indians would be high on confidence, especially after finishing a creditable third in their maiden outing in the FIH Pro League.

India's best performance in the World Cup was a fourth place finish at the inaugural edition in 1974, but since achieving a historic fourth place in Tokyo Games, the team has been on a phenomenal rise.

The Indian women's team achieved its best-ever world ranking, a sixth position in May and then gave some top teams of the world a run for their money in the FIH Pro League. India finished on the podium ahead of strong sides like Belgium, Australia and England.

Experienced goalkeeper Savita performed captaincy responsibilities brilliantly since taking over from talismanic Rani Rampal, who has been sidelined since the Tokyo Games due to a hamstring injury.

Even though it is well-oiled squad, India will definitely miss the experience and services of Rani.

India finished eighth in the last edition in 2018, but it is hoping for its first podium finish in this edition of the tournament and going by form and recent results, it is definitely not impossible.

England's best result in the World Cup is a a bronze medal in the 2010 edition in Rosario, Argentina. Besides, it also finished fourth in 1990 in Sydney.

There is hardly anything to differentiate between the two sides. England is placed fourth in world rankings while India is at sixth.

After England, India will face China on June 5, followed by its last pool match against New Zealand on July 7.


Where to watch the Women's Hockey World Cup 2022?

The FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup 2022 will be telecast on the Star Sports 1 TV channel and Disney+ Hotstar .

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