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Relentless Indian Men’s Hockey Team continues winning run in Hangzhou; beats Singapore 16-1

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Mandeep Singh, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay, Gurjant Singh, Vivek Sagar Prasad, Harmanpreet Singh, Manpreet Singh, Shamsher Singh, Abhishek, Varun Kumar scored goals for India

Khel Today Bureau 

Hangzhou:Indian Men’s Hockey Team on Tuesday picked up their second consecutive victory at the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022, defeating Singapore 16-1 in Pool A match. In the match, Indian Men’s Hockey Team forward Abhishek, who was named in the starting XI, also completed his 50 International Caps. India Captain Harmanpreet Singh (24′, 39′, 40′, 42′) scored four goals, while Mandeep Singh (12′, 30′, 51′) scored a hat-trick. Abhishek (51′, 52′), and Varun Kumar (55′, 55′) scored a brace each, while Lalit Kumar Upadhyay (16′), Gurjant Singh (22′), Vivek Sagar Prasad (23′), Manpreet Singh (37′), and Shamsher Singh (38′), also scored a goal each for India. Zaki Zulkarnain (53′) scored the sole goal for Singapore.

Attacking from left to right to start the match, skipper Harmanpreet Singh made long passes inside the striking circle to test Singapore’s defence. India’s quick movements with the ball troubled the opposition, but Singapore defended in numbers to keep India at bay. Singapore goalkeeper Sandran Gugan made a crucial save after Harmanpreet Singh struck a powerful hit on target from a penalty corner. Mandeep Singh (12′) finally broke the deadlock after picking a pass from Gurjant Singh and pushing the ball into the nets to make it 1-0 for India at the end of the first quarter.

India doubled their lead straight into the second quarter, with Lalit Kumar Upadhyay (16′) striking the ball into the nets, after receiving a sublime pass from Sukhjeet Singh. The floodgates were opened as India hammered three quick goals in three minutes. First, it was Gurjant Singh (22′) who tapped the ball into the net after receiving a pass from Mandeep Singh. A minute later, Vivek Sagar Prasad (23′) also deflected it into the nets with a soft touch, and then Harmanpreet Singh (24′) opened up his goals tally, scoring from a Penalty Corner to make it 5-0. A fantastic variation in the Penalty Corner allowed Mandeep Singh (30′) to get his second goal of the match late in the quarter, and India went into halftime with a 6-0 lead.

India continued to put pressure at the start of the third quarter, playing deep in Singapore’s half. Singapore mounted a dangerous attack of their own but were stopped in their tracks by Jarmanpreet Singh. Manpreet Singh (37′) made the most of another variation in the Penalty Corner, as he deflected the ball into the nets to make it 7-0 for India. A minute later, Shamsher Singh (38′) made a powerful strike to extend India’s lead to 8-0. Skipper Harmanpreet Singh (39′, 40′, 42′) showcased his supreme form with the flicks as he converted three consecutive Penalty Corners to make it 11-0 for India to end the third quarter.

Singapore started pushing deep in their own half to prevent India from creating any more attacks in the final quarter. Dribbling past the Singaporean defence, Mandeep Singh (51′) pushed the ball into the nets to complete his hat-trick and made it 12-0 for India. Abhishek (51′, 52′) scored twice in two minutes, making the most of errors from Singapore defenders. A surprise counter-attack from Singapore led to Zaki Zulkarnain (53′) scoring a goal for his team. Varun Kumar (55′, 55′) added his name to the scoresheet, scoring twice from Penalty Corners as India won the match 16-1.

Indian Men’s Hockey Team will next face off against Japan on Thursday, September 28th, 2023 at 1815 hrs IST.

*Schedule of the Indian Men’s Hockey Team:*

On 28th September 2023, India Vs Japan at 1815 hrs IST

On 30th September 2023, India Vs Pakistan at 1815 hrs IST

On 2nd October 2023, India Vs Bangladesh at 1315 hrs IST

The matches will be broadcast live on Sony Sports Network and live stream on Sony Liv.

Abhishek earned his 50th International Cap

Indian Men’s Hockey Team forward Abhishek earned his 50th International Cap during India’s Pool A match against Singapore at Hangzhou Asian Games on Tuesday. He was named in the starting XI.

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