Taiwan eases past Iran to advance to quarterfinals - BusinessWorld Online

TAIWAN joined China in the quarterfinals of the Women’s Asian Cup on Wednesday with a 5-0 win over debutant Iran in Navi Mumbai taking the three-time champions into the last eight.

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TAIWAN joined China in the quarterfinals of the Women’s Asian Cup on Wednesday with a 5-0 win over debutant Iran in Navi Mumbai taking the three-time champions into the last eight. READ:

TAIWAN joined China in the quarterfinals of the Women’s Asian Cup on Wednesday with a 5-0 win over debutant Iran in Navi Mumbai taking the three-time champions into the last eight.

Taiwan was playing their second game in the tournament after Sunday’s meeting with India was canceled due to a coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak in the Indian squad that resulted in the host being forced to withdraw from the competition.Lai opened the scoring after four minutes when she slotted her low shot past Zohreh Koudaei and she doubled her side’s advantage 27 minutes later with a miss-hit cross that went in off the inside of the post.

Chen put the Taiwanese three goals ahead when she struck from close range following a parry by Koudaei that saw the ball drop at her feet five minutes before the interval.Lai completed her hat trick from the penalty spot 20 minutes into the second half and Wang slotted in 12 minutes from time to complete a comfortable win, securing second place in Group A in the process.

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Lai Li-chin scored a hat trick while Chen Yen-ping and Wang Hsiang-huei were also on target for Kazuo Echigo’s side as they picked up their first win of this year’s competition in Group A. Taiwan was playing their second game in the tournament after Sunday’s meeting with India was canceled due to a coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak in the Indian squad that resulted in the host being forced to withdraw from the competition. Lai opened the scoring after four minutes when she slotted her low shot past Zohreh Koudaei and she doubled her side’s advantage 27 minutes later with a miss-hit cross that went in off the inside of the post. Chen put the Taiwanese three goals ahead when she struck from close range following a parry by Koudaei that saw the ball drop at her feet five minutes before the interval. Lai completed her hat trick from the penalty spot 20 minutes into the second half and Wang slotted in 12 minutes from time to complete a comfortable win, securing second place in Group A in the process. The Chinese, who had originally been scheduled to face India on Wednesday, had already booked their place in the quarterfinals as Group A winners following wins over the Taiwanese and Iranians in their opening two matches. — Reuters