Champions Trophy Hockey 2016: Watch Video Highlights of India vs Australia

Updated: 17 June 2016 13:08 IST

India lost to Australia in a dramatic league match in Champions Trophy 2016 hockey in London. Both teams will clash in the final too on Friday. Catch the video highlights of India vs Australia

Champions Trophy Hockey 2016: Watch Video Highlights of India vs Australia
Talwinder Singh in action during India-Australia Champions Trophy match. (Image credit: FIH/Getty Images)

Australia claimed their fourth win from five matches with victory over India on Day 5 of the Champions Trophy 2016 hockey, ensuring that they finished top of the pool phase at the event in London.

The majority of the match was closely contested, although it was the Australians who went into half time with a 2-0 lead thanks to strikes from Trent Mitton and captain for the day Aran Zalewski.

The Kookaburras added a third through Flynn Ogilvie before India captain VR Raghunath pulled a goal back with a trademark penalty corner conversion.

Australia restored the two-goal advantage seconds later when Tristan White continued his remarkable tournament by scoring his third goal in three games.

A Mandeep Singh strike early in the fourth quarter gave India genuine hope, and they could have rescued the game were it not for Australian shot-stopper Tyler Lovell, who made numerous saves to help the Kookaburras to victory.

Watch video highlights of India vs Australia:





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Highlights
  • Australia beat India in Champions Trophy league phase
  • AUS will face IND in final. The latter qualified as BEL drew with GBR
  • This is India's maiden Champions Trophy final
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