India will be a tough team to beat: Canada coach

New Delhi, Dec 6 : Canada coach Paul Bundy Friday said India will be a tough team to beat when the two sides clash at the Hockey Junior World Cup here Saturday.

Bundy looked disappointed after his side was thrashed by South Korea 4-7 in the Pool C opener at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium Friday.

"Our next game is with India and we understand that they will be a tough team to beat," Bundy said after the match.

Reflecting on the match against Korea, Bundy added: "The boys gave a strong fight but unfortunately we lost. While the team found its momentum in the second half of the game, the Korean team played a better game today."

India face the Netherlands in another Pool C clash later in the day.

--IANS (Posted on 06-12-2013)

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