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NEW DELHI: Indian men’s hockey team beat Malaysia 2-1 in their third Pool B game at the Gold Coast Hockey Centre on Tuesday, sealing their semifinal spot in the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Australia.

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After playing out a 2-2 draw with Pakistan in their opening encounter, India beat Wales 4-3 and with a close victory over Malaysia today, the 2014 silver-medalist, made it to the final four with one group game (vs England) remaining.

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India opened their account as early as in the third minute when Harmanpreet Singh found the net with his drag flick. Malaysia fought back well and equaliser in the second quarter via Faizal Saari’s field goal.

Indian midfield had a good day, constantly putting the Malaysian defence under pressure, but the forwards lacked the finishing touch. India managed to force seven penalty corners but could only convert two – the second being the winner from Harmanpreet in the 43rd minute.

In shooting, India’s Gagan Narang and Chain Singh made it to the 50m Rifle Prone Men’s final. Narang, in search of his 11th CWG medal, qualified in the third position shooting a total of 617.0 while Chain shot 614.2, qualifying in sixth.

In women’s 25m pistol (Precision/Rapid), India’s Annu Singh and Heena Sidhu qualified for the finals scoring 584-13x and 579-21x, respectively.

In Lawn bowls, India’s Krishna Xalxo beat Fiji’s Arun Kumar 21-11 Men’s Singles Section A – Round 3 while the women’s pair of Lovely Choubey and Rupa Rani Tireky got the better of Jersey’s Rachel MacDonald and Christine Grimes 22-12.

Updated: April 10, 2018 — 1:10 am

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