Indian men's hockey team defeated Japan 4-2 in Four-Nation Invitational Tournament

Updated: Jan 28, 2018, 10:40 IST | PTI

Indian men's hockey team defeated Japan 4-2 to remain unbeaten in the second-leg of the Four-Nation Invitational Tournament on Saturday

Indian mens hockey team. File pic
Indian men's hockey team. File pic

Indian men's hockey team defeated Japan 4-2 to remain unbeaten in the second-leg of the Four-Nation Invitational Tournament on Saturday. After stunning victories against New Zealand (3-2) and Belgium (5-4), India overcame Japanese challenge with late strikes from Mandeep Singh and Ramandeep Singh. The other goal scorers for India were Vivek Sagar Prasad (12th) and Varun Kumar (30th) while Seren Tanaka and Shota Yamada scored for Japan.

It was India who started well, keeping the ball for most part of the first quarter and came up with accurate passes to make their way into the Japanese striking circle. India will next play World No. 3 Belgium, who beat hosts New Zealand 4-0, in the summit clash today.

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