Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India remains unbeaten, thumps Poland 10-0

India continued its unbeaten run to hand Poland a 10-0 thrashing in its final Sultan Azlan Shah Cup group stage encounter on Friday.

Action from the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup clash between India and Poland.   -  Twitter @azlancup

India maintained its unbeaten run as it cruised to a 10-0 win over Poland in its final Sultan Azlan Shah Cup group stage encounter here on Friday.

With four wins and a draw, India leads the six-team league table with 13 points and a goal-difference of 18. India will face South Korea in the final.

The Indians put up a stunning attacking display and had a two-goal lead within the opening seven minutes. Vivek Prasad scored the first one, while Sumit converted Mandeep Singh's pass to make it 2-0.

The Polish defence struggled to fend off India's repeated circle entries and conceded again in the 18th minute when Varun Kumar's flick sailed into the net. Surender Kumar added the fourth a minute later and with 20 minutes played, India had a commanding 4-0 lead.

It continued to rain goals as Varun struck his second soon after and Simranjeet Singh got on the scoresheet in the 29th minute, as the Indians raced to a 6-0 lead at the end of the first half.

India's domination continued as Sumit played Nilakanta into the circle and the latter coolly converted to score India's seventh goal. Mandeep struck back to back goals in the 50th and 51st minute, and Amit Rohindas found the back of the net in the 55th minute to round off a massive 10-0 win for India.

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