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Hockey India coach Harendra Singh slams Indian Hockey Team

Hockey India coach Harendra Singh slams Indian Hockey Team
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Hockey India: Harendra Singh, the head coach of the men’s hockey team, told his players that all players should told him five reasons for the poor performance of the team during the 18th Asian Games held in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Indian team lost to Malaysia in the penalty shootout in the semi-finals, after which they defeated Rival Pakistan in third place playoff and bronze medal with satisfaction. Harendra said after the training session of the team here, “It is important for every player to be responsible and at the same time they should also criticize their mistakes. Under Team Activity, I told all the players that to tell five such reasons where they felt that their own personal performance was poor during the Asian Games 2018. “

There is no doubt that we were not completely controlled in those two and a half minutes. But in this, we do not have to completely change our attitude towards the game because the team did well in the entire tournament. We also suffered the brunt of not playing well, but during the entire tournament many things were positive and it is also important to see India’s performance during the Champions Trophy where they had done well against the high ranking teams. “

Before the Asian Champions Trophy to be held from October 18 to 28 in Muscat, Oman, the team camp is being held at the Kalinga Hockey Stadium here. The coach said, “Next month, all the top teams which were part of the Asian Games are coming to Muscat. We should focus on defending our title because one victory can be helpful in forgetting the defeat in the semi-finals of the Asiad. “

2018 Champions trophy will be played in Muscat and India is the defending champion of Champions Trophy. Now Team India is ready to set his remark in the upcoming Champion trophy Event.


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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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