ORDOS, (Agencies) - India blew away a 2-0 lead as Japan scored a controversial golden goal in extra time off a penalty stroke and snatched the bronze medal in the Asian Women's Champions Trophy on Saturday. India scored twice by the 28th minute but the Japanese capitalised on Indian errors in the second half to not only equalise but score a golden goal through Ai Murakami to destroy India's dreams of going back home with at least a bronze medal. India scored through Vandana Katariya (7th) and Rani Rampal (28th), while Japan's scorers were Rika Komazawa (52nd), Kaori Fujio (63rd) and Ai Murakami (76th). Japan had earned a penalty corner in the 76th minute, which was saved by an Indian defender's stick. However, the umpire pointed for a stroke claiming that the ball had hit the defender. And even though the Indians protested, the stroke stayed. Unlike, the matches earlier in the group stage, India looked more in control as they moved the ball with confidence. Asunta Lakra once again kept the forwards fed with passes on both the flanks and through the middle. India took advantage of Japan's errors in the first half as they made inroads through the middle and used both the flanks effectively. In the 7th minute, Vandana Katariyan's field attempt sped past the Japanese goalkeeper, who was caught off the line for India to take the lead. India wasted the first penalty corner as the push wasn't effective enough. But they managed to increase the lead in the 28th minute off the second penalty corner when Rani scored. Japan, meanwhile, were wilting in the midfield as India pushed forward. At the break, India led 2-0.