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Pakistan whip South Korea 6-1 to set up final date with Malaysia
MELAKA: Three-time champion Pakistan whipped South Korea 6-1 in the semifinal of the Junior Asia Cup to book a place in the final at the Bukit Serindit Hockey Stadium here today.
Muhammad Irfan gave Pakistan the lead in the 11th minute before Muhammad Dilber added a brace in the (13th, 15th mins) while Ali Shan (60), Muhammad Suleiman (61st min) and Muhammad Tousiq (64th min) completed the rout.
South Korea's only goal of the match was scored by Seungho Im in the 46th minute.
In the final, Pakistan will meet Malaysia who beat India 2-0 in the other semifinal. BERNAMA