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India had to withdraw from women’s Asian Cup

India had to withdraw from the Asian Cup after being unable to field a team for their Group A match against Chinese Taipei on Sunday because of a Covid-19 outbreak within the squad.

It has been learned that nearly a dozen members of the Indian camp tested positive for the virus, leaving them with no choice but to withdraw from the crucial encounter, effectively ending their campaign.

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The Asian Football Confederation stated in a statement that India failed to name a minimum of 13 players required to play the match. 

“According to Article 4.1 of the ‘Special Rules Applicable to AFC Competitions During the COVID-19 Pandemic’ (Special Rules), India was thus unable to play in the match, and the full requirements of Article 4.1 shall apply,” the AFC stated in a statement.

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