Four reasons for team India's biggest win against Pakistan

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India on Sunday came out with a flawless performance as they thrashed Pakistan 7-1 in their Pool B encounter of the FIH Hockey World League Semi-Final in London. He saved two penalty corners while India was leading 4-0. But in 2015, India had beaten The Netherlands 3-2 in the shootout after a 5-5 draw in the Hockey World League Final at Raipur.

Then, before half-time, Dundonian Gavin Byers shot over when he was one-on-one with the Pakistan goalkeeper then Alan Forsyth (Surbiton), the top scorer in England last season, had a chance but fired the ball straight at the Pakistan goalkeeper from a narrow angle on the right.

It resulted in two quick field goals through Talwinder in the 21st and 24th minutes.

The Men in Blue have scored 14 goals in their three games so far and conceded two.

Netherlands, on the other hand, beat Pakistan 4-0 before getting the better of Scotland 3-0 in their first two games. Getting hit in the face, I don't know how those guys do it from the penalty corner. But we did not convert it.

Indian Team: Akash Chikte, Vikas Dahiya, Harjeet Singh, Ramandeep Singh, SV Sunil, Talwinder Singh, Mandeep Singh, Akashdeep Singh, Pardeep Mor, Harmanpreet Singh, Chinglensana Singh Kangujam, S.K. Uthappa, Kothajit Singh, Surender Kumar, Rupinderpal Singh, Satbir Singh, Sardar Singh, Manpreet Singh (Captain).

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"It has been a real long time since we scored six times against a top 20 ranked team, so I am really happy about how we played. So it's a big difference".

Indian hockey team brought up yet another victory in the Hockey World League semifinals after defeating arch-rivals Pakistan 7-1.

"We played according to the plan and what the coach had told us".

"Absolutely if you look at it from a positive point of view. Step by step we have been playing well". "We just want to keep up this momentum", he added. "These are my targets".

Coming off two straight wins and looking in good form, India were clinical in attack and strong in defence against a Pakistan side, who just can not seem to find any kind of momentum in this tournament.

Team India decimated Pakistan 7-1 to continue their winning streak in the league.

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