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Kuantan -- Goalkeeper PR Sreejesh starred in front of goal for India, helping his team beat South Korea in a tense penalty shootout and enter the final of the fourth Asian Champions Trophy.Sreejesh, who recovered from his ankle injury to play in the semifinal at the Kuantan Hockey Stadium, saved South Koreas last penalty to secure a 5-4 win in the shootout, after both teams were locked 2-2 at the end of regulation time.Sreejesh padded away the ball from the stick of Lee Dae-Yeol to clinch the victory and seal Indias place in Sundays final. India won the competition in 2011, and finished runners-up to Pakistan in 2012.?India, the top ranked team in the competition, found it tough against a young Korea, who bounced back after conceding the initial lead and were ahead briefly before India got the equaliser in regulation time.Talwinder Singh gave India the initial lead with a field goal in the 15th minute, but the Koreans came back to score through Seo In-Woos strike in open play in the 21st, and then took the lead from a penalty stroke conversion by Yang Ji-Hun in the 53rd. The match went into a shootout after Ramandeep Singh scored in the 55th minute to make it 2-2.In the shootout, Sardar Singh, Ramandeep, Rupinder Pal Singh and Akashdeep Singh duly scored the first four attempts. Birendra Lakra was obstructed in his, and the resultant penalty stroke was converted by Rupinder to give India all five successful strikes in the shootout.For South Korea, captain Jung Man-Jae, Kim Hyeong-Jin and Lee Jung-Jun faced no problem in converting their attempts. The fourth shot by Bae Jong-Suk was blocked by Sreejesh, but a penalty stroke was awarded for a stick-check by the Indian goalkeeper after Korea asked for a video referral. The resultant stroke was converted by Yang Ji-Hun.The match came down to the last Korean shot, and Sreejesh rose to the occasion to deny Lee Dae-Yeol.During the match, India launched the first attack in the seventh minute as Talwinder moved into the circle from the left and tried a reverse shot to the far post, but the ball was intercepted by a defender to avert the danger.The first Indian penalty corner came two minutes later, but Rupinders grounder posed no danger to the Korean goal.Right-half Pradeep Mor sent a diagonal ball into the goalmouth, where Talwinders faint deflection went wide of the left post in the 14th minute.Within 15 seconds, Talwinder got a ball from Akashdeep on the other flank and this time he unleashed a diagonal shot from top of the circle into the boards to open Indias account.The Koreans retaliated with their first penalty corner, but captain Jang Man-Jaes shot was wide.Nikkin Thimmaiah dribbled around in the Korean circle in the 17th minute to get a clear view of the goal, but then left the ball for Indias captain for the match SK Uthappa, who show wide after dribbling past one defender.The Koreans equalised in the 21st minute when Rupinder was unable to intercept a long through pass at the top of the circle. Korean striker Seo In-Woo succeeded in stealing the ball from Rupinder and then wrong-footed him to have a clear view of the citadel. Seo beat Sreejesh with a firm drive that sounded the boards.The Koreans then forced two penalty corners before half-time, but failed to convert both.In between the two Korean penalty corners, India got one of their own, but the defenders rushed off briskly to block Rupinders shot within a yard of leaving his stick in the 29th minute.Rupinder was frustrated again in the 36th minute from Indias third penalty corner. This time a rising shot was slapped away by ?the goalkeeper Hong Doopyo.The last quarter of the match was played under heavy rains. The Koreans made the most of a momentary confusion in the Indian defence near 25 years and moved the ball briskly to the circle to earn their fourth penalty corner.Sreejesh blocked two shots, but the third struck the body of Devender Walmiki, who was standing on the goalline. The resultant penalty stroke was duly converted by Yang Ji-Hun to give South Korea a 2-1 lead in the 53rd minute.Trailing for the first time in the contest, India charged ahead to earn a penalty corner, where the shot was deflected out by the defenders, but Sardar produced his old sparkle to set up the Indian equaliser.He moved in along the goalline on the left flank and went past a couple of Koreans before passing the ball to Ramandeep, who flicked into the goal to draw level.India continued to attack in the last five minutes, but the Koreans packed their territory in numbers to thwart any danger to their citadel. China Jerseys . Woodson said during a radio interview Thursday that the Knicks Carmelo Anthony doesnt get the same calls as other superstars. Wholesale China Jerseys . The move comes after the Canadiens were approached by the Buffalo Sabres for permission to speak to Dudley - a former Sabres player and head coach. 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It was just enough to help lift Golden State to a 102-101 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Vic Schaefer has turned Mississippi State from a middle-of-the-road Southeastern Conference program into a national factor in five seasons.The Bulldogs coach celebrated that dramatic turnaround with the 100th victory of his career on Tuesday night, a 58-44 win over Arkansas-Little Rock.Schaefers milestone with Mississippi State (10-0) happened in a state dear to him -- a place where he spent six years as an assistant for the Razorbacks before leaving with coach Gary Blair for Texas A&M.I wouldnt lie to you if I didnt say its kind of special, especially in this state, Schaefer said. I spent six great years up on the hill. I wasnt good enough to get that one when (Blair) left back in 2003, but I really appreciate the opportunity at Mississippi State.Schaefer is only the second coach in school history to reach the century mark in victories, joining Sharon Fanning-Otis. He earned every bit of win No. 100 on Tuesday against a Trojans (5-5) team that led by as many as five points on its home court and trailed by only four points after three quarters.In the fourth quarter, however, Victoria Vivians scored 10 of her 17 points to help the Bulldogs pull away and remain undefeated. Blair Schaefer matched her career high with 12 points for Mississippi State, while Morgan William finished with 10.Im proud of what weve accomplished at Mississippi State, Vic Schaefer said. Its what I envisioned.Ronjanae DeGray led UALR with 18 points and was 7 of 7 from the field, while Sharde Collins had 11 points.Mississippi State entered the game third in the SEC in scoring, averaging 80.7 points per game.However, the Bulldogs struggled to score in the first half against a UALR defense that had allowed only an average of 46 points per game during its recent winning streak -- 52.6 per game for the season.The Trojans led by aas many as five points in the second quarter, with Collins scoring all nine of her first-half points in the first quarter, but Mississippi State overcame 10 first-half turnovers to lead 25-24 at halftime and wore down UALR late.ddddddddddddWe missed a lot of opportunities, Trojans coach Joe Foley said. To me, personally, Im not pleased at all with the way we played. 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