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hockey: Indian men's team lose 0-4 to Australia India's invincible campaign stopped, Australia beat 4-0

India went on a tour to Australia before winning 2 out of 3 matches
India will play their last match of the tour on Friday.

Perth The Indian hockey team suffered a 4-0 defeat to Australia on Wednesday. This is the first defeat of the Indian team on tour in Australia. In the 3 matches played before that he did not lose a single. India played 1-1 against Australia-A in the last match, while Australia defeated Thundersticks 2-0 and Australia-A 3-0.

Harmanpreet failed to convert penalty corner into goal

In the match at the Perth Hockey Stadium on Wednesday, Blake Gover scored 15th and 60th minute for Australia and Jeremy Hayward scored in 20th and 59th minute. India also got a penalty corner in the 5th minute, but Harmanpreet Singh could not make it to the goal.

Australia scored a 1-0 lead in India in the last minute of the Quarter. However, India had got a penalty corner in the 5th minute, but Harmanpreet Singh's shot was stopped by Australian Defenders.

In the second quarter, India's Birendra Lakra delivered the ball in a circular manner in Australia's circle, but Australia captain Eddie Ockenden bowled the ball out.

In the 20th minute, Australia got a penalty corner after hockey collided with another player inside the circle of Birendra. Indian goalkeeper Krishna Pathak could not save it, and Australia made a 2-0 lead in the match.

In the third quarter, there was a great game between the two teams. Indian captain Manpreet Singh and the team tried very hard to score, but Australia's strong defense did not give India a single chance.

India got many chances in the last quarter, but they could not get them roasted. In the last moments, the Indian goalkeeper also came for his padding up attack, but India's dice turned upside down.

Australia scored two goals in the last minute and won the match 4-0. India's last match against Australia will be played on Friday.

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