The national team U20 is hosted at Soccer Inter-Action for their preparation at COTIF
The national women’s team of India U20 has landed on Valencian lands to stay in the High performance facilities of Soccer Inter-Action during the preparation and dispute the COTIF competition held in the town of L’alcúdia.
The national team has chosen to put themselves in the hands of Soccer Inter-Action to carry out their preparatory training sessions while contesting the COTIF championship. Playing against the best national teams and international clubs, it helps them to be ready and boost their pre-match skills.
With the highest football level of COTIF, India national team is having an intensive trainings all day in natural grass and artificial football pitches using the high performance gym as a complement of their trainings. Also taking care of the players having and preventing injuries using the medical clinic center, located in the same facilities, and jacuzzis with ice and cold water.
This preparation is totally helping to the Indian national team to have a good results in the COTIF tournament. With a complicated group, India lost against Villarreal C.F (0-2) in their first match. This lose helped the team to be more focused and prepared for next matches winning against Bolivia national team (3-1) and Mauritania (7-0).
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The yellow submarine is imposed by two goals to zero to the Selection of India
There was no place for surprise in the first match of Cañamás Naranja COTIF Femenino. Villarreal won the National Team by two goals to zero. Although the Asians tried to put the Castellón team in a bind, the yellow submarine was superior and added three points in its premiere in the Alcudian tournament.
Villarreal started with energy, which had its first chance when they were only two minutes away, although Sheila crossed her pitch too much, which went away. India wanted to show that it is not passing through this COTIF and Bala was very active, creating danger whenever the ball went through his boots. However, Villarreal went ahead in a convoluted play within the area that, after several rebounds, ended in Sheila’s goal. The Castellón team wanted to carry the weight of the game, but either due to inaccuracies of their own or due to the defensive successes of the Indians, they could not increase their advantage. India had the opportunity to tie with a shot by Ratanbala after a great play by Bala, but he missed. Villarreal was able to score thanks to Ayaki, who tried his luck from afar, but Aditi stopped the shot without problems. India also tried it, with a direct free kick that Bala sent over the crossbar.
Already in the second half, India wanted to reverse the situation and started plugged in. Again, with a direct foul he had the opportunity to tie, Ratanbala’s shot went out. Villarreal also had a double chance on the ball: the foul taken by Prades was cleared by Aditi and the rebound fell on Colonques’ boots, which ran into the Indian goalkeeper again. Colonques herself dared, just a minute later, with a new direct free, although it was far away and the shot went over the goal. India did not give up and had the draw very close, when Bala shot from outside the area and the ball crashed into the stick. With no time to react, a great play by the left wing culminated with a pass from Albeta to Naza, who, alone before the goalkeeper, scored with a brilliant Vaseline. Little more was in store, since as time was running out, both teams had less strength. In fact, India continued in its effort to close distances, although it did so with more heart than success. In the end, comfortable victory of a Villarreal who presents his candidacy to win the tournament trophy.
India dominates Bolivia and stalks the top positions of the female COTIF (3-1)
A double of Ratambala certifies the superiority of the Asians in the encounter
August 3, 2019.- India dominated the match and managed to defeat a combative Bolivia thanks to a better combinatorial game, adding a 3-1 that allows it to dream of the pass to the final of the COTIF Cañamás Women’s Soccer. Both teams jumped on the pitch of Els Arcs with the idea of settling at the top of the standings. It was the Bolivians – yesterday with a shirt and white socks and green pants – who starred in the kick-off. And who got ahead on the scoreboard. A Doerksen center was poisoned as it approached the rival goal, causing the Indian defense Sweety to score at home after not understanding with his goalkeeper. It was the first minute and the electronic had already moved. After the initial blow, the Asians – who yesterday played as locals dressed in blue coats – tried to answer with lightning actions. And the fruit of his push came five minutes into the game. Bala, with the number 10 behind him, chained several controls and with a warm right he managed to match the score after five minutes. From that moment on, the match was gradually stressed and the game was diluted, with a large number of inaccuracies caused in large part by the high pressure deployed by both teams. However, it was the selection of India that tried most, with up to three clear occasions that for one reason or another did not end in goal. In fact, in the 27th minute of the first half, Dangmei threw a rebound to the crossbar after a distant foul.
The beginning of the second part continued with the same script, with India showing greater momentum. In fact, 45 seconds after the restart Ratambala connected a center from the left and the ball ended up kissing the net. Minutes later, the referee annulled a good goal after a remarkable new move by Dangmei for an illegal control and in the 47th minute a spectacular volley from Sanju ran into a good stop by the Bolivian goalkeeper. Ratambala signed the double in 58 and certified the Indian superiority, which was later embodied as a distant shot of Bala that did not enter by little. India was better and perched on the top positions of the classification.
The Asians score seven goals after a football exhibition by Grace Dangmei
The women’s team of India is a stronger team than the one that could be seen in COTIF just a year ago and that shows in every game. On the fourth day, the Asians swept the Mauritanian team, which they thrashed with some comfort. In the end, 0-7. The Asians dream of the end of day 8 and are doing things to be in it.
It had only been fifteen minutes of play when Ratanbala gave a great pass to Manisha, who finished off goal without much opposition; Salimata Samba stretched spectacularly and stopped her. Although it was the prelude to what would come next, since in the third minute the Indians came forward thanks to a goal from Manisha herself, who took advantage of Grace Dangmei’s excellent pass. The latter, precisely, would become the author of the second of his own, in a play that generated certain doubts for a possible foul. He looked for the Mauritania comeback, with a very active Meue Cisse. The ‘9’ Mauritanian had up to three times in less than a minute, but in two of them he ran into Aditi’s good interventions, the third went off. The Indian National Team dominated the match, even at times with a slower pace. His superiority was evident with the play on the right wing of Grace Dangmei, who served in third place for the Indian: Bala did not fail within the area. The room did not wait, with the same protagonists but with the roles changed: Bala attended Grace Dangmei. The result at rest could be more bulky, but the Indian wasted several very clear occasions.
The second part started with the need to use the VAR, which granted a penalty to the Indians. Salimata Samba stopped the penalty to Sanju. The Asians dominated the match, but they stayed for several minutes without generating danger. In fact, the fifth goal came from a penalty around the 50th minute of play; this time Ashalata did not miss the launch from eleven meters. After a few minutes of relative calm, history was repeated: again the VAR served to point out a penalty in favor of the Indians; Ashalata put the sixth. The Indians did not take a break and a minute later scored the seventh, and last, Daya.