Asian Men's Hockey Champions Trophy: India come from behind to beat Pakistan

With the success of India beating Japan by 10-2, there are high hopes for team India to make it to the finals and bagging the 2016 Asian Men's Hockey Champions Trophy. Hosts at worldwide tournament await an India-Pakistan match to boost their ticket sales.

They were trailing 1-2 before Ramandeep Singh's field goal and a powerful penalty corner conversion from Rupinder Pal Singh turned the match around for India. After a thumping start India however had to settle for a 1-1 draw against South Korea in their next match.

The top four team from the round-robin competition will advance to the semifinals.

India, however, managed to win the match by sticking to the 3-2 lead till the end.

Pakistan has played two matches in the tournament so far.

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This was the first goal for the 24-year-old Mor, who was playing in his 13th global and was one of the reserves for the Olympic Games.

This fired up Indians, who began to play attacking game and scored two back to back goals through Rupinder Singh Pal and Ramadeep taking the score to 3-2 in their favour.

The Pakistan side displayed good team work and understanding.

Ajit Doval praised Team India for keeping its promise of winning against Pakistan after Uri attack.

Pradeep Mor scored his maiden goal in his 13th worldwide appearance to give India the lead in the 22nd minute. In the governing body's book, India are supposed to have won 19 matches and Pakistan 25, with just three drawn encounters in six decades.


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