Indian hockey team beat Argentina 2-1

10 Aug 2016 | By Rishikesh Malkhede
Olympics Day 4, Indians get reason to smile

The Indian men's hockey team beat Argentina 2-1 in their third match at the Rio Olympics.

India moved to second place in their pool with six points and this win has kept hopes alive that India could move to the next round in the Olympics.

It was the first time India beat Argentina since 2009.

India will now face Netherlands on 11th August.

In context: Olympics Day 4, Indians get reason to smile

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10 Aug 2016Indian hockey team beat Argentina 2-1

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