BURNBURY (Agencies) - India came from behind to secure a 1-1 draw against Pakistan but missed the bus for the final of the Tri Nation Hockey tournament on Tuesday. Pakistan set up the title clash against Australia on the virtue of a better goal difference. India, which needed an outright win to qualify for the final, will play for bronze medal against Australia A. Pakistan had a goal difference of minus six compared to Indians minus eight to make it to the final. After conceding an early goal to Pakistan, Indias young sensation Yuvraj Walmiki scored the equaliser in the 26th minute. India created enough moves to move the scoreboard further but its forwards were found wanting in the circle. Pakistan went ahead straight away in the second minute of the game after Indian defence conceded an easy penalty corner. Veteran Sohail Abbas showed his class, sending his hard push to the right of Indian goalkeeper-captain Bharat Chhetri. India got fair chances of equalising but Sandeep Singh could not convert that. He took Indias first two penalty corners in the seventh and eighth minute only to see Imran Shah rising to the occasions. The rival goalie Imran first palmed away the high flick of Sandeep, and covered the angle at which Vikram aimed his rebound shot. For Pakistan the defence manned by Imran and Irfan saw many surges of Indian forwards in the last five minutes too see their citadel not pierced. Indian chief coach Michael Nobbs was aghast at Indian forwards for failing to score. This match was a let down by our forwards. I have to seriously think on our forwards.