IOC (Indian Oil Corporation) won the 48th Bombay Gold Cup

Indian Oil Corporation showed great resilience and fighting spirit to bounce back thrice and put it across formidable Air India 5-3 to lift the 48th Bombay Gold Cup hockey tournament at the MHA stadium, Mumbai. 

Indian Oil Corporation and Air India the teams were level at 2-all till the end of first half. Arman Qureshi scored the first goal for Air India to put AI 1-0 up in the 23rd minute which was neutralised V Raghunath of IOC, scored a goal in the 26th through a penalty corner.

Prabodh Tirkey scored the second goal for Air India and put it 2-1 ahead in the 33rd minute. IOC bounced back and equalised when Deepak Thakur scored for the team in the last minute of the first half.

Sunil was duly named the man of the tournament and received a cheque for Rs 5000 from newly appointed chief national coach Terry Walsh at the end of the tournament.
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