Dominant India thrash Malaysia 6-2 in Asia Cup

Posted October 22, 2017

In the Super-4s round, Pakistan lost 3-2 against Malaysia, drew 1-1 against South Korea before the match against India.

Earlier, hosts Bangladesh finished 6th in the eight-team to play directly in the final round of the next Asia Cup beating China 4-3 in shootout after 3-3 in the scheduled time despite losing other four matches - twice against Japan and one each against India and Pakistan.

MALAYSIA will play the 2019 AFC Asian Cup group B qualifying matches against North Korea at a neutral venue next month, said the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).

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India defeated Pakistan 4-0 in Dhaka on Saturday. The first goal from India was played by Akashdeep Singh in the 15th minute of the game.

The second quarter saw both the teams battle it out in the midfield as they looked to establish their authority in the match.

India then shifted gear in the second quarter and showed some pace to put pressure on Pakistan. His first big save came only two minutes into the second quarter when Malaysia won a PC.

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India is now on the top of the table with four points from one win and a draw, followed by Malaysia which secured three points after their win against Pakistan. Forward Satbir made a darting run on the right flank and passed the ball towards the Pakistan goal but the defenders failed to intercept it, conceding the goal. Gurjant Singh (33rd minute), Gurjant Singh (33rd minute), SV Sunil (40th minute) and Sardar Singh (in the 60th minute) scored 1-1 goals.

India had a glorious chance to extend their lead in the 45th minute when captain Manpreet Singh found Lalit free inside the circle but the latter could only hit a shot which was saved by goalkeeper Amjad as India kept their 1-0 lead after the third quarter.

Shambolic defending or just an Indian comeback, call it what you want, the spoils very clearly go to India in this particular encounter.

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