India snatched a bonus point after overcoming Australia in a shoot-out win in the men's International Hockey Federation (FIH) Pro League in Bhubaneswar.
It was the second encounter in a doubleheader for the two teams, with Australia claiming the victory in the first.
Trent Mitton opened the scoring for Australia in the 23rd minute, before Rupinder Singh equalised just two minutes later.
India were then in front just as quickly, with Harmanpreet Singh recording a goal from a penalty corner in the 27th minute.
Aran Zalewski drew things level in the fourth quarter, before the final whistle went at 2-2.
The resulting shoot-out was dominated by India, with Harmanpreet Singh, Vivek Prasad and Lalit Upadhyay all scoring and goalkeeper PR Sreejesh conceding just once.
"I think our guys did a really good job”, said Harmanpreet Singh, who was named player of the match.
"In yesterday's match we made lots of mistakes, but we had a meeting to decide what we would do in the next match and how we could improve ourselves, and today we did good."
The men's Pro League continues on Friday (February 28), when New Zealand take on Argentina at Nga Puna Wai Hockey Stadium in Christchurch.