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India makes a great comeback in international hockey, defeating Germany 6–1

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KREFELD (Germany): YouthVivek Sagar PrasadScored a brace as indian men’s hockey teamAfter a break, they beat Germany 6–1 in their Europe Tour opener to make an impressive comeback in the international circuit.

Vivek (27th, 28th minute),Neelkanth Sharma(13th), Lalit Kumar Upadhyay (41st), Akashdeep Singh (42nd) and Harmanpreet Singh(47th) was the goal scorer for India.

Hunger to perform, played with the intention of winning India.They went into attacking mode from the start, putting pressure on the German line-up. After creating a potential opportunity in the striking circle, India secured a penalty corner in the 13th minute of the first quarter, with midfielder Neelkanth breaking the deadlock for the spectators.

However, in the next minute, forward Constantin Staub scored an equalizer for Germany.The second quarter started with the hosts putting pressure on India and grabbed two back-to-back penalty corners in the opening minutes.

The Indian side made a superb save and made quick counter-attacks, with midfielder Vivek scoring two back-to-back goals in the 27th and 28th minutes.In the third quarter, the hosts again started on the front foot and earned six penalty corners.

However, Captain PR Sreejesh Stood firm against the goal of keeping the Germans at bay.Soon after a solid defensive performance, Indian forwards Lalit and Akashdeep scored brilliant goals in the 41st and 42nd minutes, with the world no. 4 Indian teams on the driver’s seat.

Another great opportunity for the Indian men came in the form of a penalty corner in the 47th minute, and Harmanpreet extended India’s lead with a fierce blow. Playing under pressure, the host team worked hard to make a comeback, and even pulled out their goalkeeper to put an extra attacker in the team, but a brilliant performance from the Indian side ensured a 6–1 victory. .

“It was absolutely thrilling to play after such a long time and the coach’s advice to us was to ‘go and enjoy the game’ and that’s what we did. It was the same German side playing the FIH Hockey Pro League match, and I think That is us. Against this squad, we were playing after a year.

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“We had done a lot of work on personal skills and had a strategy in camp against Germany. We had to execute it today and it was really exciting to come back with a win,” said Sreejesh. After a day’s break, India will again clash with Germany on 2 March

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However, in the next minute, forward Constantin Staub scored an equalizer for Germany.The second quarter started with the hosts putting pressure on India and grabbed two back-to-back penalty corners in the opening minutes.

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The Indian side made a superb save and made quick counter-attacks, with midfielder Vivek scoring two back-to-back goals in the 27th and 28th minutes.In the third quarter, the hosts again started on the front foot and earned six penalty corners.

However, Captain PR Sreejesh Stood firm against the goal of keeping the Germans at bay.Soon after a solid defensive performance, Indian forwards Lalit and Akashdeep scored brilliant goals in the 41st and 42nd minutes, with the world no. 4 Indian teams on the driver’s seat.

Another great opportunity for the Indian men came in the form of a penalty corner in the 47th minute, and Harmanpreet extended India’s lead with a fierce blow. Playing under pressure, the host team worked hard to make a comeback, and even pulled out their goalkeeper to put an extra attacker in the team, but a brilliant performance from the Indian side ensured a 6–1 victory. .

“It was absolutely thrilling to play after such a long time and the coach’s advice to us was to ‘go and enjoy the game’ and that’s why we did it. It was the same German side playing the FIH Hockey Pro League match, and I think That is us. Against this squad, we were playing after a year.

“We had done a lot of work on personal skills and had a strategy in camp against Germany. We had to execute it today and it was really exciting to come back with a win,” said Sreejesh.After a day’s break, India will again confront Germany on 2 March.

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