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Mor on target as India down Japan

DNMUM423830 | 10/10/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :403

Mumbai: Captain Mandeep Mor’s lone goal in the third quarter, off a penalty corner, helped India defeat Japan 1-0 for their third successive victory in the eighth Sultan of Johor Cup 2018 hockey tournament in Johor Bahru (Malaysia) on Tuesday.
With nine points from three matches, India inch closer to the final. One more win from their remaining two matches, against Australia (on October 10) and England (on October 12) will seal their berth in the title round.
Coach Jude Felix said after the win: “We stuck to the game plan, but I am still not happy with the finishing. There were far too many missed chances and we must improve on that. Of course, going through three matches unbeaten is a great feeling but from the game point, we ca
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