Railways posted its second win, hammering Indian Army 5-1, which had won by a similar margin against Mumbai HA on Friday.
The IOC-Bengaluru HA match saw action from the second minute when the former went ahead through a goal from Roshan Minz. Bharat Chikara increased the lead in the 13th minute when he beat the rival goalkeeper.
The IOC onslaught continued as it pumped in four more goals going into the interval. Minz and Chikara added one each to their tally while Arman Qureshi and Gurjinder Singh too contributed goals.
The Bengaluru team fought back and pulled one back in the 45th minute through Sandeep Kumar Singh. Later, Pratap Lakra reduced the margin to 2-6 courtesy a penalty corner conversion.
IOC made it 7-2 with 10 minutes to go when Gurjinder got his second goal.