Argentina took the bronze after they defeated Malaysia 3-2 in a highly charged match.
The South Americans had taken a 2-0 lead in the first quarter only to concede in the second quarter for a 2-2 Draw at halftime.
Argentina took the lead within the first minute throughJuan Lopez.
Although Malaysia had a chance to equalise four minutes later, Razie Rahim skied his penalty corner attempt.
And Argentina made no such mistake from their first penalty corner in the 11th minute as Gonzalo Peiliat’s Low flick sneaked nineteen the keeper Hairi Abdul Rahman and the postman to give the South Americans a 2-0 lead in the first quarter.
Malaysia got their act together in the second quarter and reduced the deficit through Joel Samuel van Huizen who deflected a long pass in the 24th minute.
And Faizal Saari levelled scores in the 27th minute through a penalty corner set piece.
The third quarter saw both teams playing cautiously and play was largely confined to the midfield and littered with many stoppages due to niggling fouls.
Pedro Ibbara replaced Peillat for the penalty corner battery in the 48th minute and duly put Argentina 3-2 ahead.
Try as they did, Malaysia could not find the elusive equaliser.