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Argentina wins Sultan Azlan Shah Tournament
18 May 2008 14:55
 

The men’s team of Argentina defeated India in the final of the Sultan Azlan Shah Tournament in Ipoh, Malaysia. The Argentine team defeated India 2-1 in this seven nations event.

The final was a clash between two teams that didn’t qualify for the Olympic Games. After the normal 70 minutes of play, Argentina and India drew 1-1. It was captain Mario Almada who scored the golden goal and gave Argentina the 2-1 victory.

New Zealand grabbed the bronze medal after a 2-1 victory over Pakistan. Canada finished fifth, Belgium sixth and Malaysia seventh.


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