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Sultan Of Johor Cup: Before Final Clash, India-Britain Play Out 3-3 Draw

Oct 18, 2019 PTI

India pipped Britain to the top of the table of the 2019 Sultan of Johor Cup, courtesy their better goal difference. Both the teams have 10 points each and will face off for the title on Sunday

Sultan Of Johor Cup: India Beat Australia 5-1, Qualify For Final

Oct 16, 2019 PTI

India will face second-placed Great Britain in their final round-robin league-stage match on Friday, a day before the final


Sultan Of Johor Cup: India Thrash New Zealand 8-2 To Make Two Out Of Two

It was India's second win in the 2019 Sultan Of Johor Cup and they face Japan in their next round-robin league-stage match on Tuesday

Sultan Of Johor Cup: Indian Beat Hosts Malaysia 4-2 In Tournament Opener

Oct 12, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Pratap Lakra (19', 33'), Shilanand Lakra (39') and Uttam Singh (60') scored for India as they defeated Malaysia in the first match of the 2019 Sultan of Johor Cup in Johor Bahru


Sultan Of Johor Cup: India To Face Hosts Malaysia In Opener

After a highly-successful round-robin stage last year at the prestigious Sultan of Johor Cup, India lost to Great Britain in the final and come this year, the Indians would be eager to go one step further

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Sultan of Johor Cup: India Beat Defending Champions Australia In 9-Goal Thriller, Enter 5th Final

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This is the fifth time in eight years that India have entered the final. India lifted the trophy in 2013 and 2014, and runners-up twice in 2012 and 2015. In the last edition, India finished third, while in the inaugural edition in 2011, they finished fourth.


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