Commonwealth Games: England thrash India to win hockey bronze

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    The England players congratulate scorer Hollie Pearne-Webb (front right)

    England beat India 6-0 to claim bronze in the women’s hockey at the Commonwealth Games.

    Sophie Bray scored a hat-trick after Hollie Pearne-Webb had put England ahead, with Alex Danson and Laura Unsworth completing the rout.

    The victory ensured England bounced back from their semi-final shootout loss to New Zealand.

    England, who lost 2-1 to India in the groups, have won a medal at every Games since hockey was introduced in 1998.

    The gold medal match between Australia and New Zealand takes place at 03:34 BST.

    View the original article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/commonwealth-games/43763325

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