India defeat South Africa at the Hockey Junior World Cup
Title favorites India have finished their pool games after a win against South Africa. With a 2-1 win, India are unbeaten in the tournament and have cruised to the quarter-finals.
Skipper Harjeet Singh and Mandeep Singh scored a goal each for the hosts.
India topped Pool D with nine points and will be up against Spain in the quarter-finals match on Thursday.
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Netherlands vs Egypt
Netherlands crush Egypt 7-0; finish second in Pool B
It was a one sided match with the Dutch team defeating Egypt 7-0. They have secured their place in the quarter-finals and will be facing table toppers from Pool A on Thursday.
This was Netherlands' second win by a huge margin.
Belgium finish their pool matches with a win
Pool B table topper Belgium defeated Malaysia 3-0 in their last pool game of the tournament. Belgium will face Argentina in the quarter-final match which is scheduled to be played on Thursday.
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Argentina, Australia win their respective matches
Australia and Argentina won their respective Pool A matches to finish first and second in the table respectively.
Australia defeated Austria 4-2 to win its both Pool matches.
In other match, Argentina handed Korea a 5-1 defeat to secure their place in the quarter-finals.
While Australia will face Netherlands, Argentina will be up against Belgium on Thursday in quarter-finals.
On the last day of the pool matches, England will be up against Canada. It will be a crucial match for the European team which will look to book their berth in last eight. In Pool A, Australia will play against Korea.
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England, Australia crush their respective opponents at Hockey Junior WC
In Pool A, Australia defeated Korea 5-0, with Govers Blake scoring two back to back goals in 33rd and 34th minute.
Pool D match saw England's Horler Edward scoring three goals, which led to their victory against Canada.
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