India defeats Pakistan 4-0 in Asian Champions Trophy hockey

Web DeskAugust 10, 2023
India defeats Pakistan 4-0 in Asian Champions Trophy hockey

India maintained their unbeaten streak in the Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament with a convincing 4-0 win over Pakistan. Despite already securing a spot in the semifinals, India displayed confidence and control throughout the match. Captain Harmanpreet Singh was instrumental, scoring twice from penalty corners as Pakistan struggled to catch up.

Harmanpreet’s first goal came at the close of the opening quarter, a powerful low flick to the left of Pakistan’s goalkeeper Akmal Hussain. In the 23rd minute, he capitalized again with a fierce drag-flick that found its way between Akmal’s legs.

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India maintained their unbeaten streak in the Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament with a convincing 4-0 win over Pakistan. Despite already securing a spot in the semifinals, India displayed confidence and control throughout the match. Captain Harmanpreet Singh was instrumental, scoring twice from penalty corners as Pakistan struggled to catch up.

Harmanpreet’s first goal came at the close of the opening quarter, a powerful low flick to the left of Pakistan’s goalkeeper Akmal Hussain. In the 23rd minute, he capitalized again with a fierce drag-flick that found its way between Akmal’s legs.

While India continued to press Pakistan’s defense with relentless attacks, back-to-back penalty corners in the 30th minute went unconverted, despite India’s video referral claim of a potential goal-scoring opportunity.

At halftime, India led 2-0. The third quarter saw India extend their lead to 3-0 as Jugraj Singh converted a penalty corner opportunity. Pakistan earned a rare penalty corner in the 43rd minute, which went to waste.

In the 55th minute, India secured a comfortable 4-0 advantage as Akashdeep Singh deflected in Mandeep Singh’s strike. Out of five penalty corners awarded to India, three were successfully converted.

India’s victory showcased their dominance and secured their position as a strong contender in the tournament.

While India continued to press Pakistan’s defense with relentless attacks, back-to-back penalty corners in the 30th minute went unconverted, despite India’s video referral claim of a potential goal-scoring opportunity.

At halftime, India led 2-0. The third quarter saw India extend their lead to 3-0 as Jugraj Singh converted a penalty corner opportunity. Pakistan earned a rare penalty corner in the 43rd minute, which went to waste.

In the 55th minute, India secured a comfortable 4-0 advantage as Akashdeep Singh deflected in Mandeep Singh’s strike. Out of five penalty corners awarded to India, three were successfully converted.

India’s victory showcased their dominance and secured their position as a strong contender in the tournament.

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