Four-Nation hockey: India lose to Belgium in final

Updated: Jan 29, 2018, 10:39 IST | PTI

India suffered a heartbreaking 0-3 loss to Belgium via penalty shootout after holding the World No. 3 side to 4-4 after regulation time in the final of the four-nation invitational tournament's second leg here yesterday

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India suffered a heartbreaking 0-3 loss to Belgium via penalty shootout after holding the World No. 3 side to 4-4 after regulation time in the final of the four-nation invitational tournament's second leg. It was Felix Denayer, Sebastien Dockier and Arthur van Doren, who scored for Belgium in the shootout.

Tanguy Cosyns (41), Cedric Charlier (43), Amaury Keusters (51) and Felix Denayer (56) had scored in regulation time. For India, Ramandeep Singh (29, 53), Nilakanta Sharma (42) and Mandeep Singh (49) were the scorers before the shootout. Earlier, Japan beat New Zealand 4-1 in the shootout for bronze after holding the Black Sticks 1-1 at the end of in regulation time.

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