So, that's the end of Hockey Asia Cup 2017.
Hope you enjoyed our coverage.
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Catch the live score and updates of the Hockey Asia Cup 2017 final between India and Malaysia.
And that's it.
India are the Asia Cup champions.
They beat Malaysia 2-1 in the final. They win coming under massive pressure from Malaysia.
Malaysia have pulled one back through Shahril.
But India want the video umpire to have a look.
Preview: India will face Malaysia in the final of Hockey Asia Championship after a thumping 4-0 win over Pakistan in their final second-round clash in Dhaka on Saturday. Pakistan and South Korea will face-off in the bronze medal match on Sunday.
India now have seven points from three games, while Pakistan are eliminated as they have one point, having suffered two defeats and a draw against Malaysia.
Second-placed Malaysia took their points tally to four after playing out a 1-1 draw against South Korea, who collected three points in total.
India have been clinical throughout their unbeaten run in the tournament. They beat Malaysia 6-2 in their second Super 4 match with a perfect display of attacking hockey. The Indian strikers toyed with the Malaysian defence with short passes, one-touch ball delivery to pump five beautiful field goals.
For Malaysia, who had looked impressive with an all-win record so far, it was their first loss in the event.
By virtue of the win, the Indians had also avenged their twin defeats — 0-1 in Azlan Shah Cup and 2-3 in Hockey World League Semi-finals in London — earlier this year.
On Sunday, India will look to continue their unbeaten run with victory in the final.
Willis Deon Plaza (58th, 62nd) scored a brace for Delhi FC while Siva Sakthi N (27th) and Bidyashagar Singh (75th) scored the two goals for Bengaluru FC.
The health ministry said more than 5.58 crore balance and unutilised COVID-19 vaccine doses are still available with the states and UTs to be administered
The Congress party alleged that Rupani's resignation was an attempt to 'hide its mismanagement during the pandemic' in Gujarat. 'The saffron party can not cover up the failure of its 'remote-controlled' government by simply changing the CM, the Congress said