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reporthockey4 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah cup | India share spoils with England after drawing their second game

India started the day 2 of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup with a 1-1 draw against England in their second game of the tournament. The last year’s bronze medalists will now face World No.1 Australia in the next tie on Tuesday in a bid to win 3 points which would help them earn a chance to win a medal.
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reporthockey4 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 | India beat New Zealand to secure bronze medal

India sealed the third spot to win the bronze medal in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup as they overcame the New Zealand side, convincingly, by a margin of 4-0. Rupinder Pal Singh scored a brace to put India in front before goals from SV Sunil and Talwinder Singh put the game to bed in the final quarter.
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reporthockey4 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 | India denied a spot in the finals by disciplined Malaysia

The Indian side needed a victory over the Malaysian side by more than two goals to secure a place in the final of the tournament but the hosts turned the tables on the favourites when they scored the only goal of the match in the 50th minute to end their campaign on a victorious note.
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reporthockey4 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 | Gritty India see off Japan in a seven goal thriller

In a riveting encounter, today, India beat Japan 4-3 to remain in contention of the final of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. The Indian defence struggled in the absence of captain and first choice goalkeeper, PR Sreejesh, but Mandeep Singh's valiant hat-trick ensured they kept the Azlan Shah dream alive.
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reporthockey4 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017: Tough Aussies too hard for India to beat

The Australian side came from behind to register a 3-1 victory over India after Harmanpreet Singh put India in front. PR Sreejesh's absence at the goal was utilised by the Australian side to the fullest as they hit 3 goals past replacement goalie Akash Chikte to register their 2nd win in the Cup.
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reporthockey5 years ago

Australia dominate India to lift their ninth Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

A brace from Craig Thomas helped Australia to a 4-0 win over India in the final of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia. The Aussies finished the tournament unbeaten, winning it for the 4th time in the last 6 years. Despite the loss, India did improve on the 3rd-place finish they managed last year.
Amlan Majumdar
reporthockey5 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India demolish Malaysia to book final berth

India defeated Malaysia 6-1 in their last league match of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup on Friday to book a place in the final. Goals by Nikkin, Harjeet, Mujtaba, Talwinder and a brace from Ramandeep ensured the thumping win for the Indian men, while Malaysia pulled one goal back through Saabah.
Debarshee Mitra
reporthockey5 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: Inconsistent India go down to defending champions New Zealand

Indian hockey team’s hope of a place in the final of the 2016 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hang in the balance after suffering a 1-2 defeat to defending champions New Zealand on Wednesday. Kane Russell and Nick Wilson scored the goals for the Black Sticks, while Mandeep Singh scored India’s lone goal.
Arun S Kaimal
reporthockey5 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup – India sink Pakistan as Sunil and Manpreet run riot

India defeated arch rivals Pakistan 5-1 in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup at Malaysia to climb up to the second spot in the league table. SV Sunil scored a brace, while Manpreet Singh scored a goal and provided an assist, as India maintained their dominance over their neighbours in recent past.
Amlan Majumdar
reporthockey5 years ago

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup - Preview: Rusty India face weakened Pakistan in search of bronze

Although it is not as celebrated as the cricketing version, the rivalry between the countries will once again take the centre stage on Tuesday, when India and Pakistan clash in the 2016 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament at Ipoh, Malaysia.
Arun S Kaimal