Asian Champions Trophy Hockey, India vs Korea Highlights: India Beat Korea, Seal Asian Champions Trophy Hockey Semi-final Spot
India vs Korea Asian Champions Trophy 2023 Highlights: India men's hockey team defeated Korea 3-2 in the Asian Champions Trophy match on Monday
India vs Korea, Asian Champions Trophy 2023 Highlights:India maintained their dominance in the Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament with a nervy 3-2 victory over South Korea. With 10 points from three wins and one draw, India are at the top of the league table. Nilakanta Sharma put India in lead with his sixth-minute strike. India's joy was short-lived as the Koreans came back with the equaliser barely six minutes later, Kim Sunghyun driving the ball past home team goalkeeper Krishan Bahadur Pathak. India, however, regained their lead as Harmanpreet Singh struck off a penalty corner in the 23rd minute. Mandeep Singh made it 3-1 with his 33rd minute strike, consolidating India's position in the match. Yang Jihun pulled one back for Korea in the 58th minute but India held on to the lead in the final two minutes.
Here are the Highlights of India vs Korea, Asian Champions Trophy Hockey match:
- 20:25 (IST)India vs Korea Live: Pakistan winGoals from Muhammad Khan and Afraz helped Pakistan eke out a 2-1 victory over China to stay in the race for the semifinals in the Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament on Monday. However, the defeat meant that China were knocked out of contention for the last-four stage.
- 20:04 (IST)India vs Korea Live: India's winning run!A dominant India roared back to winning ways with a 5-0 mauling of Malaysia in a round-robin fixture of the 2023 Asian Champions Trophyon Sunday. Local favourite Karthi Selvam (15th minute) and vice-captain Hardik Singh (32') were on target, along with skipper Harmanpreet Singh (42'), Gurjant Singh (53') and Jugraj Singh (54').
- 19:50 (IST)India vs Korea Live: Malaysia beat Japan!Malaysia fought off a late surge from Japan to secure a 3-1 win and keep their semifinal hopes alive in the Asian Champions Trophy. Najmi Jazlan (13th minute, penalty corner), Ashran Hamsani (37th) and Shello Silverius (59th) struck for Malaysia. After a flurry of missed chances, Japan finally managed to strike through Niwa Takuma (59th). The win took Malaysia to nine points after three wins and one loss.
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