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India put a valiant fight before going down 2-3 to China in their last group match, but still qualified for the women's Asian Champions Trophy (ACT) hockey final on Friday.

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Akashdeep Singh and Jasjit Singh Kular scored a brace each as a ruthless India routed China 9-0 in a round-robin match to enter the semi-finals of the Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament at the Wisma Belia Hockey Stadium here on Tuesday.

India displayed technical superiority over the Chinese as they ran riot, going 4-0 up till the half-time. They scored goals through Akashdeep Singh (ninth and 39th minutes), Affan Yousuf (19th), Jasjit Singh Kular (22nd and 51st), Rupinder Pal Singh (25th), Nikkin Thimmaiah (34th), Lalit Upadhyay (37th), Devinder Walmiki (41st).

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The Chinese Football Association (CFA) on Saturday named Marcello Lippi as the new coach of China's national team.

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The India U-16 team lost by a solitary goal to China in the ongoing BRICS U-17 football tournament at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim on Tuesday. With this loss, India find themselves at the bottom of the group and still to open their account, while China are on four points and sit on fourth, out of a possible twelve.

The opening minutes of the match turned into a cagey affair in the midfield as both teams vied for possession, with neither emerging on top. With China defusing much of the Indian attacks from the flanks, the colts resorted to tacky passing in the midfield.

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The South African u17 Men’s National Team, Amajimbos, is disappointed with the goalless draw against China in the BRICS u17 Football Cup currently underway in Goa, India. South Africa and China met on Sunday, 9 October at the Bambolim Stadium.

Amajimbos created numerous scoring chances but failed to convert any, leaving them with four points after two matches while China managed to get their first point of the tournament after three games.

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The South African u17 Men’s National Team, Amajimbos, was held to a goalless draw by a determined China side in the BRICS u17 Football Cup, which was played on Sunday, 9 October 2016 at the Bambolin Stadium in Goa, India. It was a must-win for China who had already lost two games, while South Africa was playing their second match.

It was a dull affair in the first half as both teams were struggling under the heat and humidity of Goa - added to that China was playing their third match in five days and it showed, as they were slow off the blocks. South Africa should have taken advantage of the situation, but instead it was China who came close in the 22nd minute when the ball was passed behind the Amajimbos defence who were left for dead by the China forwards but they shot wide.

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The 19-year-old Fan Zhendong of China claimed his first title of major tournaments as he defeated teammate Xu Xin 4-1 in 2016 Men's World Cup final.

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