Spain won both of today's games against India ©Getty Images

Spanish men's and women's teams have bounced back from their defeats yesterday to beat India on the second day of the International Hockey Federation's Hockey Pro League at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar.

The women's team secured victory in a tight 4-3 encounter while the men's team beat the hosts 5-3.

The Spaniards' dominating day began in spectacular fashion with Begona Garcia’s energy setting the tempo by turning in Maria Lopez’s reverse pass.

After a brief spell of being overwhelmed, Sangita Kumari drew India level.

Garcia fired back by deflecting a penalty corner into the goal to give Spain the lead heading into the second quarter.

The second quarter was eventful with India’s Salima Tete equalising only for Belen Iglesias to restore Spain’s lead.

Following a goal-less third quarter, Namita Toppo levelled the score to give the hosts hope.

That all changed in the last minute when Xantal Gine scored the winner for Spain.

In the men’s match, Abishishek handed India an early lead only for Pau Cunill and Joan Torres to turn the game on its head.

Cunill extended Spain's advantage in the second quarter to make it 3-1.

Harmanpreet Singh scored a penalty corner just before half-time to give the hosts hope that they can repeat yesterday's heroics.

It seemed this was possible when Sukjeet Singh equalised in the fourth.

Spain, however, kept their composure with Pepe Cunill joining his brother on the scoresheet and Marc Miralles confirmed the result in the final minutes.

India and Spain are next in action against Germany with the former playing first.