AFC Women’s Asian Cup: The Indian ladies’s workforce match towards Chinese Taipei has been referred to as off after 12 house workforce gamers examined constructive for Covid on Sunday. Women’s Asian Cup: India vs Chinese Taipei match referred to as off as a consequence of Covid-19 outbreak (AIFF Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndia vs Chinese Taipei Women’s Asian Cup match referred to as off12 gamers from Indian workforce examined constructive for COVID-19India’s match towards Chinese Taipei was to happen at DY Patil StadiumIndia’s AFC Women’s Asian Cup group A sport towards Chinese Taipei was referred to as off on Sunday earlier than kickoff after as many as 12 gamers from the house workforce examined constructive for Covid-19 and two have been laid low by accidents.
“Following several positive cases of COVID-19, India failed to name the required minimum of 13 players for the Group A match against Chinese Taipei,” the AFC acknowledged.The Group A match not going down means the hosts’ possibilities of qualifying for the quarterfinals of the 12-nation premier continental showpiece are bleak. The match was to happen on the DY Patil Stadium. India have been held to a goalless draw by Iran of their tournament-opener and there have been a few COVID circumstances within the workforce even earlier than that sport.Indian Women’s Football Team have been unable to register the required minimal of 13 gamers for his or her Group A match towards Chinese Taipei within the AFC Women’s Asian Cup India 2022 and have been subsequently unable to take part within the match.AIFF President Mr. Praful Patel in his assertion stated: “We are as disappointed as probably the entire nation would be right now with this unwarranted situation. However, the players’ health and well-being are of paramount importance to us, and it cannot be compromised under any circumstances. I wish all the infected players and team officials a swift and full recovery. They will be well supported by the AIFF and AFC.”Click right here for IndiaIn the present day.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.