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India vs Australia Olympic Hockey: Olympic Hockey: India lose 7-1 against Australia – Tokyo Olympics Australia beat India 7-1 in second hockey match

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Manpreet Singh-led team’s poor performance against Australia in their second match at Tokyo Olympics Australia scored four goals in the first half and three goals in the second half, with Dilpreet Singh scoring the only goal for India. Had to suffer a crushing defeat against Australia on Sunday. In the second match of Pool A, India lost to Australia 1-7.
Tokyo Olympics: Ahmedabadi swimmer Mana Patel failed to qualify for the semi-finals. Australia showed aggressive play from the beginning and did not give any chance to the Indian athletes. Daniel Beale scored in the 10th minute to give Australia their first win. Australia took a 1-0 lead in the first quarter. However, Australia were knocked out in the second quarter. Jeremy Hayward scored in the 21st minute, Flynn Ogilvy in the 23rd minute and Joshua Beltz in the 26th minute.

At the end of the first half, Australia took a 4-0 lead. However, his aggressive game did not stop even in the second half. Taking advantage of India’s weakness, Australia also scored three goals in the second half. Black Gowers scored in the 40th and 42nd minutes. The final goal was scored by Tim Brand in the 51st minute.
Dilpreet Singh scored the only goal for India in the Tokyo Olympics beating Garcia 4-1. Dilpreet Singh scored in the 34th minute. Earlier in the first match, India had won 3-2 against New Zealand. The Manpreet Singh-led Indian team will now play Spain on Tuesday.

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