India claimed the bronze award during a 2015 FIH Hockey World League Finals after violence a Netherlands 3-2 in a chastisement shoot-outs after a measure was tied 5-5 after law time in Raipur.
In a see-saw match, India were delayed to get of the block but scored 5 goals in a second half to stun world series dual side. But it was Netherlands who began a idea scoring debauch with Micro Pruijser opening the account in a ninth minute.
Five mins before half-time Niek van der Schoot doubled a lead for Netherlands by sending one over India goalie PR Sreejesh, attack a roof of a net.
India began a second half in a some-more aggressive demeanour and Ramandeep Singh pushed one past a Netherlands goalkeeper to open the hosts account.
Rupinder Pal Singh converted a chastisement dilemma for India and done it 2-2.
Both teams afterwards went on a idea scoring debauch and India manged to take a 5-3 lead with usually 2:39 remaining. But Netherlands equialised with a final play of a diversion by converting a chastisement dilemma with usually 5 seconds remaining.
In the penalty shoot-out, the measure was 2-2 when India got their final possibility to measure and win. Manpreet Singh attempted his best though was blocked by a Netherlands goalie that resulted in a chastisement cadence to India.
Rupinder, once again, converted a cadence to palm India a 3-2 win in a bronze award match.