It will be a replay of the 2016 Junior Hockey World Cup final when India beat Belgium to win the title for the second time.
For India, Sanjay, Suddep Chirmako and Araijeet Singh Hundal scored two goals each while Uttam Singh and Sharda Nand Tiwari sounded the board once. As for Poland, Robert Pawlak and Wojciech Rutkowski scored the two goals.
Despite the easy win, there will be a lot for coach Graham Reid to ponder on ahead of their quarterfinal tie.
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