Dhaka: Defending champions and Olympic bronze-medallists India were held to a 2-2 draw by Korea in their opening match of the Hero Asian Champions Trophy men’s hockey tournament on Tuesday.
Playing their first tournament after the Tokyo Olympics campaign, India started brightly and scored in the fourth minute through Lalit Upadhyay before vice-captain Harmanpreet Singh converted a penalty corner in the 18th minute to double their lead.
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