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India vs Australia hockey series: Match 2

Updated: 22 November 2015 20:00 IST - Published: 22 November 2015 18:35 IST
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Less than a minute left and it looks like Australia will take a lead in this series
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The pressure's showing as India are handed their 2nd yellow card this quarter. This time it's the hero of the last game, VR Raghunath
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It'll go down as Zalewski's goal, but the fact is India are behind with just about 10 minutes left, after leading in the first 3 quarters
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And just like that Australia are ahead! India concede another late goal! This time it's from one of their own!
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India's bane has returned! Jacob Whetton directs a pass past Sreejesh and through the posts
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But India hold them of for another quarter and stay ahead! End of the 3rd and it's IND 1-0 AUS
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Both teams holding each other, though Australia are getting dangerously closer and closer to the Indian post
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Close shave for India in Q3 as an Australian shot on goal is missed!
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End of the first half and India hold on to their narrow lead!
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Excellent defense by India!
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PC for Australia
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And they score!! Devindar Walmiki with the deflection off a PC and India are ahead!!!
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India on the attack
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VR Raghunath concedes a penalty corner because of high-sticking in the circle, but the ever-reliable Sreejesh keeps it out
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They're back on-field for the 2nd quarter
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End of Q1. Scoreboard's still untouched.
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Lots of pressure from both teams, though Australia seem the more attacking
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SV Sunil with a fantastic run but he's stopped by the Aussie goalie.
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Australia are attacking right away, breaching the Indian circle multiple times in the starting minutes of the game
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Changes for both squads. PR Sreejesh starts as custodian in place of Harjot Singh and last game's brace-scorer VR Raghunath is on the bench
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India were held to a draw after being on the verge of victory in the first match. They will look to better their performance with a win this time against world champs Australia.