"We obviously began with a bang with a brilliant 5-1 win in the first match. This was the first time we (women's team) were playing in the Kalinga Stadium and we used the crowd support to our advantage and rattled the visiting team with some incredible goals. Winning big in our first ever match at the Kalinga Stadium felt incredible," Rani was quoted as saying by Hockey India while recalling the match . "Looking back, I feel we let complacency from that big win take over our efforts in the second match. At half-time, there was a lot of screaming, shouting and anger in the dressing room. We were letting the match slip away and we had to lift ourselves up mentally to bounce back. I remember sharing a tearful glance at Savita (vice captain) in the dressing room and telling myself, this can't be happening, we can't lose in front of our home crowd. But it was those wise words from chief coach Sjoerd Marijne who said: 'Play as if the clock starts now, forget what happened in the first half affect you.' that made the difference. We went back on the field feeling positive and eager to make a goal at any cost."