Hockey News India Go Down 45 To Australia In Fifth Hockey Test Lose Series 14 India Go Down 4-5 To Australia In Fifth Hockey

They won the next match by a score of 4-3, and they lost the fourth game by a score of 1-5.December 4, 2022, 3:21 PM ISTRead Time: 2 minutesIndia Loses 4-5 To Australia In The Fifth Hockey Test, Losing Series 1-4 File image of the Indian hockey team Twitter Skipper Harmanpreet Singh’s brace was in vain as India lost 4-5 to Australia in the final game to lose the five-Test hockey series 1-4 to the world’s number one team in Adelaide on Sunday.
.Aran Zalewski (30th), Jacob Anderson (40th), and Jake Whetton (54th) were the other home team scorers, while Tom Wickham (second, 17th) scored two goals for Australia.India’s Harmanpreet scored two penalty corners (24th and 60th), while the opposition’s Amit Rohidas (34th) and Sukhjeet Singh (55th) also scored.
In the first two Tests, India lost by scores of 4-5 and 4-7 before winning the fourth game, a 4-3 victory.In the first two quarters, Australia controlled the game and were clearly the superior team.India, on the other hand, started slowly and appeared tentative.

Wickham scored from the top of the circle with a fierce strike in the second minute as Australia punished India immediately.The Indians neglected to come down on the Australian safeguard and barely made any possibilities in the initial quarter.
In the 17th minute, Wickham once more helped Australia increase their lead.Wickham scored from a one-on-one situation with India custodian PR Sreejesh after Lachlan Sharp stole the ball in the midfield and passed a few Indian defenders.
In the 24th minute, Harmanpreet converted a well-executed penalty corner to give India a chance to pull one back.Jeremy Hayward was denied by India reserve goalkeeper Krishan Bahadur Pathak after Australia won two penalty corners in a row.
Aran Zalewski, however, scored from close range after Pathak made two saves to deny Anderson, giving the Kookaburras a two-goal advantage at the break.After the ends changed, India started playing aggressively.

Amit Rohidas scored with a powerful shot from a tight angle to make the score 3-2.

A few minutes later, Australia kept putting pressure on the Indian defense, and Sreejesh made a smart save to keep Sharp out.When Anderson pushed in a ball from Daniel Beale in the 40th minute, Australia increased their lead.Whetton scored from close range to make it 5-2 in favor of the hosts after the Kookaburras continued to press hard on the Indian defense.
Sukhjeet was in the right spot to tap in a fine team effort as the Indians responded immediately from the next move.
India won a penalty corner in the final minute of the game, and Harmanpreet didn’t want to miss the chance, bringing the score to 4-5.The Indians could only manage that, however, as there was hardly any time for an equalizer.
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