India defeat Pakistan 4-0 to enter Asia Cup hockey final

Not only were India brilliant in attack their players also defended in numbers. Image courtesy Neeraj Tiwari

Not only were India brilliant in attack their players also defended in numbers. Image courtesy Neeraj Tiwari

India entered the final of the Asia Cup hockey championship after a thumping 4-0 win over Pakistan in their final second-round clash on Saturday.

In all of Pakistan's three Asia Cup wins, India were the runners-up.

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"In the interest of competition fairness, it has been decided that both matches between the two countries will be played at the same neutral venue, with North Korea's "home" match taking place on November 10 and the return fixture, Malaysia's "home" game, on November 13".

Pakistan are three-time Asia Cup champions Pakistan while India have lifted the cup twice. Gurjant Singh (33rd minute), Gurjant Singh (33rd minute), SV Sunil (40th minute) and Sardar Singh (in the 60th minute) scored 1-1 goals. The Indians started off slowly as Pakistan enjoyed most of the possession in the first quarter along with a couple of penalty quarters. They notched up three successive wins in the Pool stage but the forward line was put to test against a highly defensive Korean side in their first Super-4s match. Pakistan will play in the third position match tomorrow (Sunday).

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Satbir Singh finally breaks the duck in the 39th minute off a goalmouth melee, and India were back in command. Gurjant Singh completed the last rites for Pakistan as the Indians by the 57th minute of the match were leading 4-0 that left Pakistan with little much to do other than accept defeat.

Dhaka was the scene for a dominant Indian showing as four goals from a young and spirited side steered India to a seventh straight win over their arch rivals, highlighting the massive difference between the two sides. The Men in Blue once again came close to scoring when Harmanpreet was denied by crossbar after India won their second penalty corner.

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