Seoul [South Korea], March 11 (ANI): The Indian women's hockey team played out a 1-1 draw against hosts South Korea in the last match of their five game series here at the Jinchun National Athletic Centre on Sunday.
Both the teams scored a goal each in the final quarter of the match which saw them locked at a goal apiece at the full-time whistle.
It was a very well matched first quarter in the match as both the teams looked to be patient and attack at the right time. Players from both the teams defended well to end the first quarter without a goal.
The second quarter saw the hosts create better chances going forward and the world No. 9 team made some attacking forays into the Indian striking circle.
The Indian team came out after the half-time break with a rejuvenated spirit as they focused on quick and precise passing, and were threatening the hosts' defense on the counter as well.
It was in the 41st minute that the world No. 10 side were awarded their first penalty corner of the match, however South Korea's Mijin Han made a crucial save to deny the Indians as the scores remained locked at 0-0.
In the last quarter, both the teams looked to finish off the series on a good note .
However, the lead could only last for more than two minutes as South Korea also displayed some crisp passing and scored a field goal in the 50th minute through Bomi Kim to equalise. (ANI)