How & Where to Watch India vs Malaysia Asia Cup Hockey Final

Watch Indian hockey team's six-goal Diwali dhamaka for fans

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India have been in good form in the Asia Cup and after securing a place in the finals, they will be eyeing to clinch the title.

Pakistan, who were in a must-win situation, have been knocked out.

All in all, a very satisfying victory for India who can focus their energies on the finals of the Asia Cup as they aim to add another major trophy to the cabinet.

India regained control of the game again and won two penalty corners which failed to find the target before Akashdeep Singh was brilliantly denied by Malaysia goalkeeper Subramaniam Kumar in the 26th minute.

Ramandeep Singh scored the opening goal in the third minute while Lalit Upadhyay extended India's lead in the 29th minute of the game. Shahril Saabah scored the lone goal for Malaysia in the final. Ramandeep Singh added two more misses in the third quarter right when India would have expected a daunting overrun with huge goal difference.

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For Malaysia, it was their best result in the tournament.

India on the other hand, had opportunities of their own in the latter part of the third quarter but could not produce a third goal to seal the deal.

The Indians, ranked sixth in the world, were in for nervous last 10 minutes as Malaysia went full throttle for an equaliser. The Indian team showed some resolute defending in the last five minutes to keep their 2-1 lead intact. The one-side contest ended as India reached the final.

On winning the title, the captain, Manpreet Singh, said, "Great honour to captain this team".

India have scored some handsome field goals in the tournament, displaying what they are best known for, one-touch attacking hockey. India looked more organised after the change of ends. This was our first ever Asia Cup final and I am really happy with the way the boys performed on two back-to-back days.

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