Malaysia knock India out of HWL Semi-Finals

Malaysia knock India out of HWL Semi-Finals

Malaysia knock India out of HWL Semi-Finals

London [U.K.], June 22 (ANI): The Indian Hockey Team has crashed out of the Hockey World League semi-final after suffering a 2-3 defeat at the hands of Malaysia in a quarter-final match on Thursday.

Stung by the goal, Spain went on the attack and was duly rewarded when Carola Salvatella levelled the score via a field goal in the 28th minute.

Malaysia were 2-0 up by the 20th minute as Razie Rahim and Tengku Tajuddin both converted penalty corners.

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This is published unedited from the ANI feed. While the Indians played attacking hockey, the Malaysians preferred to sit back and defend and bank on counter-attacks. The 1-1 result remained until the end of the first half.

Malaysia will square off with Argentina in a semi-final match of the Hockey World League on Saturday.

India had 27 circle penetrations to Malaysia's 16, but they were able to convert that only to 10 shots and just three penalty corners.

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Two minutes later, Malaysia earned another penalty corner but this time Dahiya failed to keep Razie Rahim's flick out.

India nearly made it level in the dying minutes of the game, but an unfortunate deflection by Ramandeep at the goalpost put paid to India's hopes.

Meanwhile, in other matches of the day, Canada and China will lock horns in 5th-8th classification match while Argentina will play Malaysia in the first semi-final followed by the second last-four clash between hosts England and Netherlands. Malaysia for sure have India's number. They made better attempts on goal but India's breakthrough came in the 24th minute when a well-thought through pass by midfielder Sumit set up the goal for forward Ramandeep Singh who stepped in front of Malaysian defender to nick the ball into the post.

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While for the Indian team a loss would be disastrous after such a convincing win in the pool stage and it will raise question marks over Coach Oltmans and his team's progress in the last one year. The ball flew past the open Malaysian goalmouth.

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