The Indian hockey team has been ruing its missed chances after playing out a 1-1 draw against England in the second match of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia.
Sardar Singh's men took the lead in the first quarter through Shilanand Lakra and had as many as nine penalty corners but failed to convert any.
Finally, England's late equalizer shared the spoils.
Shilanand Lakra put Indian ahead in the 14th minute.
Ramandeep Singh sent in a cross to find Talwinder Singh whose effort was blocked before finding Lakra on the rebound who latched onto it to give India the lead.
England tried their best to get back but India's defenders held on to keep the narrow lead.
India, however, could have taken the lead on several occasions with as many as nine penalty corners coming their way.
The 2017 bronze medallists won 6 consecutive penalty corners but failed to capitalise on them.
This has been India's problem for a while and they will have to improve on it.
Meanwhile, England held on and didn't lose hope of finding an equaliser.
With 8 minutes left on the clock, England won a penalty stroke after a stick check from Nilakanta Sharma.
Mark Gleghorne stepped up for England and made it 1-1.
The draw means India and England get a point each.
With a day's break India will now gear up to face number one Australia on Tuesday.
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