The Indian women’s football team has sailed to Jordan to play two international friendlies against Egypt and Jordan next week.
The Blue Tigresses had previously gathered in Goa for a brief training camp, before heading to Jordan, where they are scheduled to face Egypt on April 5 and Jordan on April 8.
The team had a brief camp in Goa and have now traveled to Jordan with a 23-man squad for the two friendlies. A number of youngsters have been included in the squad like defender Kristina Devi, midfielder Martina Thokchom and striker Mariyammal Balamurugan who previously played in different age brackets.
Speaking about the team’s performance, India head coach Thomas Dennerby said: “Of course we want to have two very good games against quality opponents. We have the same respect for both, but we have a very good team ourselves, and we expect to have two. good benefits.
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