After leveling their last game with a last-second goal against rivals India, Pakistan drew 2-2 against England in another thrilling encounter in men’s hockey at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, Sunday morning.
No goal was scored in the first two-quarters of the match, however soon Pakistan’s Irfan Jr. scored the opening goal of the game.
England’s Samuel Ward equalised the score a few minutes later, with another goal in the fourth quarter.
With three minutes left in the last quarter, Ali Mubashir’s penalty corner goal helped Pakistan earn a point as they drew their third commonwealth group match 2-2.
Pakistan has played two games before in the tournament and drew both the games — 1-1 against Wales followed by 2-2 against India yesterday.
Pakistan currently stands at number three in Pool B with three points from three games.
They will next play Malaysia on April 11. –Web Desk