Champions Trophy: India beat Belgium 4-2 in quarters, set up semis clash with Pakistan NEW DELHI: India continued their good run in the Champions Trophy as they came from behind to beat Belgium 4-2 in keenly-contested quarterfinal to set up mouth-watering semifinal date with arch-rivals Pakistan. Schedule & Results India got their act together after conceding two goals as they dominated the rest of the game to make it to the last four of the eight-nation tournament. Indian defence was at their best as Belgium failed to take an advantage after being awarded back-to-back penalty corners. India made counter attack but lost the chance to make it 1-0. India conceded another penalty corner after ball hit captain Sardar Singh's foot and Belgium made no mistake this time around as Felix Denayer converted the third penalty corner to give visitors 1-0 lead in first quarter. Sebastien Dockier showed the display of neat deflection in the 18th minute to increase Belgium lead to two goals to nil. Drag-flicker Rupinder Singh gave the home crowd something to cheer and reduced India's trail by converting the penalty corner in the second quarter. Dharamvir Singh led the Indian attack tried to equalise with his strike but Belgium goalkeeper denied it. India made a terrific fightback when SK Uthappa deflected V Raghunath's slap hit to level the match 2-2 in the 27th minute. Indian goalkeeper P Sreejesh once again was in his elements as he kept Belgian strikers at bay in the third quarter. The monent of the match came in 41st minute of the match with Akashdeep Singh scoring the third goal for the hosts. India consolidated their lead to 4-2 on a good counter attack when Dharamvir scored a fine field goal after receiving a good pass from Sardar. Champions Trophy: India beat Belgium 4-2 in quarters, set up semis clash with Pakistan - The Times of India Mr @Ray, @pmaitra please edit the thread title.