India dominated the game, but it will be only fair to add that the scoreline could have been a lot more dominating had India’s circle penetrations and relentless pressure turned into goals, some of which were agonizingly close.
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But it’s a win nevertheless, and in a high-pressure tournament, it’s the best way to ease yourself.
The win puts India No. 2 in Pool D on goal difference, after England beat traditional rivals Wales 5-0 earlier in the day to lead the pool.
More to follow….