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The Imphal side now take on Rising Student Club in the final on April 14.
A drab and slow first half saw both teams testing each other out and chances came few for either.
In a tactical battle in the midfield, neither team was able to get a clear goal scoring opportunity.
Changing over, ESU maintained pressure on the SETHU FC defence line, constantly bombarding them with attacks.
In the 68th minute, Prameshwori Devi's shot from distance hit the SETHU FC defence line and prompted her to appeal for a handball inside the box, but the referee thought otherwise.
Playing compactly, SETHU FC relied on counter-attacks and their defence line cleared dangerous long balls attempted by ESU.
In the 76th minute, Prameshwori Devi found Roja Devi in the box, but the latter's shot lacked venom and was easily mopped up by the opposition goalkeeper.
In the 85th minute, Roja Devi missed a sitter when she failed to tap-in from close range after Prameshwori Devi's low cross found her inside the box.
Two minutes later at the other end, Indumathi failed to make the most out of her opportunity after she ran clear of the ESU defence line, but shot wide of goal.
The full-time scoreline read 0-0 as the match progressed to extra time.
In the 99th minute the deadlock was finally broken when Prameshwori Devi stepped up and did her side justice, smashing the ball into the back of the net to give ESU a solitary goal lead.
In the 105th minute, Mandakini Devi scored directly from a free-kick to double ESU's lead.
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