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India beat Pakistan 7-1, wear black armbands to protest Army deaths

19 June 2017, 03:17 | Andy Ferguson

India beat Pakistan 7-1, wear black armbands to protest Army deaths

Stat Attack India’s good run since 2010 versus Pakistan’s overall dominance

India won the game today, but coach Oltmans would be worrying about his team's poor conversion rate from penalty corners.

India earned their second penalty corner in the 25th minute but Jasjeet Singh Khular's try went wide of the target as Roelant Oltmans' men went into the breather with a comfortable 3-0 lead. Harmanpreet Singh enthralled the Indian fans who had turned up in full strength with India's fourth goal in the 33rd minute. Umar Bhutta scored the first goal for Pakistan in the dying minutes but it was too late. This goal was Pakistan's first in three encounters during which their own citadel has fallen 17 times and includes a humiliating six-goal loss to Canada. Minutes later, Talwinder scored his second goal of day when he neatly lifted over Pak custodian Amjad Ali a high ball from Satbir. India will start their campaign against Scotland then they are set to face Canada, Pakistan and Netherlands respectively. In the next minute, India messed up a penalty corner of their own, but made up for it by doubling his tally in the very next minute. The first one was a brilliant team goal, as a Mandeep's cut-back from the left byline to S.V. Sunil, stationed in front of the goal, saw him drive the ball to a waiting and unmarked Talwinder at the far post, who just had to tap it in.

Five automatic berths are available for the men's 2018 Hockey World Cup, which will also take place in Bhubaneswar. Pakistan need to defeat Scotland in the last pool match to qualify for the quarter-finals.

A clinical performance from India led them to an emphatic 7-1 win over a hapless Pakistan here on Sunday. India has now moved ahead by 4-0.

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The sixth ranked Indians will play arch-rivals Pakistan in their next pool match tomorrow. India also drew a crucial match against them at the 2016 Rio Olympics. In the 49th minute of the game, Pradeep Mor scored his first goal of the match to stretch the lead by 6-0.

In the semi-final of the Hero Hockey World League, India thrashed Pakistan 7-1.

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