The Indian women’s football team on Tuesday qualified for the Olympic Qualifiers second round for the first time, despite going down to hosts Myanmar 1-2 in a hard-fought clash here. The Indian women’s team advanced to the second round after finishing second in Group C with four points from three matches, behind table-toppers Myanmar. The Indian team, who went into the match with the same starting line-up from their 7-1 win against Bangladesh, was jolted after conceding a goal in just the third minute. Despite being a goal down early in the game, the Indian girls were determined to get the equalizer and were rewarded in the 23rd minute. The 19-year-old Ratanbala Devi scored from a freekick unleashing a sizzling shot into the top corner of the net, leaving the goalie with no chance. Unfortunately, they conceded 7 minutes before full time to give Myanmar the victory.