India Dominates, Defeats Pakistan 4-0 in Asian Champions Trophy

Indian hockey team defeated Pakistan 4-0 in Asian Champions Trophy. This is India’s 65th overall win over Pakistan. Pakistan has won 82 matches against India.

With this win at Chennai’s Mayor Radhakrishnan Stadium, the Indian team has secured the top spot in the points table. The team was unbeaten in the league stage. Team India won 4 out of 5 matches, while one match was a draw.

The semi-final match of the Indian team against Japan will be played on the same ground on August 11.

Indian captain Harmanpreet Singh scored two goals in Wednesday’s match. He scored goals from penalty corners in the 15th and 23rd minutes. Jugraj Singh and Akashdeep Singh scored one goal each from hockey. Jugraj scored a penalty in the 36th minute of the match while Akashdeep Singh scored a field goal in the 55th minute.

First: India Dominate, Harman Scores a Penalty Corner

The Indian team started aggressively, although the team missed a penalty in the opening minutes, but Krishan Bahadur Pathak made a brilliant save. Then in the 8th minute, the referee showed a green card to Jugraj Singh. India were awarded a penalty in the last minute of the quarter and Pakistan captain Umar Bhutta was also shown a green card. Taking advantage of this penalty corner, Indian captain Harmanpreet Singh scored with a brilliant drag flick.

Second: India Take the Lead, Score the Second Goal

In the second quarter, Pakistan kept an aggressive attitude. Pakistan constantly tried to take away the ball. Indian players kept pace and played defensively to create 2 big chances. Captain Harmanpreet Singh once again took advantage of the corner to take a 2-0 lead.

After the second goal, India started playing attacking game again and took control of the game. Players created 4 chances inside the d. After this, India played the game with long passes in the last minutes. After the second goal, Pakistan did not get a single chance to enter India’s box. In the last minute, India had a penalty chance, but the goal did not come.

3rd: Jugraj’s Goal Strengthens India’s Lead

Krishan Pathak saved a goal early in the third quarter. Gurjant Singh won a penalty corner to extend India’s lead to 3-0 in the 36th minute. India scored 3 goals in 5 penalty corners. Akashdeep Singh missed a golden opportunity to score the 42nd goal.

4th: Akashdeep’s Field Goal

India looked completely in the game in the fourth quarter. Pakistani players tried to create chances but failed. India’s Neelkanta Sharma scored a goal early in the fourth quarter, but the referee disallowed it. In the end Akashdeep Singh scored a goal and India won the match 4-0.

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