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India defeated Thailand to go to the Junior Asia Cup semifinals

current champions India won their last Pool A match against Thailand 17-0 to reach to the Men's Junior Asia Cup hockey tournament's semifinals. India finished first in their group, defeating Chinese Taipei, Japan, and Thailand while drawing 1-1 with Pakistan. Following the games between Pakistan and Japan in Pool A and Malaysia and Oman in Pool B, it will be known who India's opponent in the semifinals will be. To win Pool A, Pakistan must defeat Japan by a score of at least 14 goals in their final league game.
From the start, the Indian squad has overpowered the Thai team. Four goals were scored by Angad Bir Singh (in the 13th, 33rd, 47th, and 55th minutes). Along with Angad , Yogbar Rawat (17th), Captain Uttam Singh (24th, 31st), Amandeep Lakra (26th, 29th), Arijit Singh Hundal (36th), Vishnukant Singh (38th), Bobby Singh Dhami (45th), Sharda Nand Tiwari (46th), Amandeep (47th), Rohit (49th), Suneet Lakra (54th) and Rajinder Singh (54th) also scored goals for India.
Before the beginning of the fourth quarter, India had a 10-0 advantage. India kept up their aggressive mentality and kept scoring goals till the hooter sounded even though the Thailand squad was already vanquished.

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