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Australia  kept the 100 per cent win record when they defeated India 4-2.

 

 

The win gave them nine points as a result of wins over England ( 4-1), Malaysia ( 3-1) and now India.

 

But the Aussies will reflect back in the match to study why they conceded the two goals having taken a 4-0 lead going into the fourth quarter.

 

However with one more win required to book a spot in the final, the Aussies should not have any problem as one of the matches is against Ireland while the other against Argentina, which could well be a prelude to Saturday’s final.

 

The Australian attacking machinery faced difficulty burrowing through a fortified Indian defence. 

 

Australia was awarded penalty stroke in the 28th minute and Mark Knowles sent a low and powerful shot to the right of goalkeeper Krishan Pathak to give Australia a 1-0 lead.

 

It was only in the third quarter the Aussies went ahead 2-0. 

 

Aran Zalewski put the ball past Charter following a cross from Dylan Wotherspoon in the 35th minute.

 

IDaniel Beale netted the third goal (41st) and Blake Govers converted a penalty corner in the 43rd minute for a 4-0 lead.

 

 

India hit back with two goals, vis Ramandeep Singh in the 52nd) and 53rd for a final score of 4-2.