Ireland followed their win against the United States over the weekend with another huge victory at the Hockey World Cup.
The Green Machine defeated India 1-0, moving to six points at the top of Group B and, importantly, claiming a place in the quarter-finals.
An Anna O'Flanagan goal 12 minutes into the game was the difference between the sides at the Lee Valley Hockey Centre in London.
It was O'Flanagan's 64th international goal for Ireland.
Here's the goal.
— International Hockey Federation (@FIH_Hockey) July 26, 2018
Through some remarkably resilient defence, Ireland managed to upset the form book. Shirley McCay was the best player on the field for Ireland.
Ireland had already beaten the US 3-1 on Saturday evening.
The Irish team's next game is on Sunday evening against England. They cannot be caught at the top of the group.
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