Midfielder Manpreet Singh lone Indian in Sultan Azlan Shah XI

Updated: 17 March 2013 20:53 IST

India finished fifth in the six-team tournament after defeating arch-rivals Pakistan 4-2 in the fifth-sixth place classification match on Sunday.

Ipoh, Malaysia:

Indian midfielder Manpreet Singh was on Sunday named in the Sultan Azlan Shah XI on the concluding day of the tournament which was won by Australia in Ipoh.

Another Indian, drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh ended the tournament as joint top-scorer with Malaysia's Faizal Saari on six goals.

India finished fifth in the six-team tournament after defeating arch-rivals Pakistan 4-2 in the fifth-sixth place classification match on Sunday.

Outstanding player of tournament award was bagged by Malaysia's Muhammad Razie Abdul Rahim. Korean team was adjudged the winner of the fair play award.

Sultan Azlan Shah XI:

Goalkeeper: S Kumar (Malaysia)

Defender: Imran Muhammad (Pakistan), Muhammad Razie Abdul Rahim (Malaysia), Nam Hyun Woo (South Korea), Timothy Deavin (Australia),

Midfielder: Shafqat Rasool (Pakistan), Manpreet Singh (India), Glenn Simpson (Australia)

Forwards: Matt Ghobes (Australia), Jacob Vhetton (Australia), Faizal Saari (Malaysia).

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