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  • Clock howler put India off which fans believe cost them a place in the Women's hockey final
  • The incident will be thoroughly reviewed in order to avoid any similar issues in the future: FIH

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Australia's Rosie Malone missed her first attempt but was gifted another chance as the eight-second countdown on the scoreboard hadn't started.

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) on Saturday apologised for the clock controversy, which fans believe robbed India of a spot in the Women's hockey final at the Commonwealth Games 2022.

The incident happened during the penalty shootout during the Indian women's hockey team's semifinal vs Australia. Australia's Rosie Malone missed her first attempt but was gifted another chance as the eight-second countdown on the scoreboard hadn't started. She converted the second opportunity as Australia eventually went on to beat India 3-0 on penalties.

In a statement, the FIH said that the process in place for such situations is that the penalty shootout has to be retaken, which was done. However, the federation promised that the incident will be thoroughly reviewed in order to avoid any similar issues in the future.

Also read: CWG 2022: Indian fans fume as Australia beat India in a controversial women's hockey semi-final

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