Asia Cup Hockey

Asia Cup Hockey: India Defeat Bangladesh 7-0, Pakistan Next

 October 15, 2017   Arunesh Varade

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With the Indian team continuing their domination in Asia Cup Hockey, the Bangladesh team was demolished completely. In their second encounter here at Dhaka, the Men in Blue overcame the Bangla challenge by seven goals to nil. Not only did team India advance to the next round but also showed why they are the best team […]

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Asia cup hockey

Dominant India Start Off With a Win in Hockey Asia Cup 2017

 October 14, 2017   Arunesh Varade

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A formidable team India overcame the challenge of Japan in the opener of Hockey Asia Cup 2017. Defeating the Japanese by five goals to one, the title favorites produced an impressive performance. Thereby starting their campaign with a win in the 10th edition of this tournament. Even though the team is playing under a new […]

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Indian Hockey Men's Team

Indian Men’s Hockey Team defeat Netherlands to clinch series

 August 16, 2017   Arunesh Varade


Indian Men’s Hockey Team put up a formidable performance to beat the Netherlands team in two successive matches. Thereby clinching the series 2-0 which has given a huge boost to their confidence. This match winning team play came up after two losses again team Belgium in their previous encounters. India started the game with intense […]

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Preview: Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 Malaysia

 April 28, 2017   Arunesh Varade

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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 is here. Entering into its 26th edition, it is one of the most widely accredited hockey tournaments. This competition is going to take place in Ipoh, Malaysia from 29th April to 6th May. All the teams are getting ready for the face-off. Until then, here’s a sneak peek of how […]

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Goal Seals Boys U-18 Asia Cup Hockey Victory for India

Abhishek’s Dying Moment Goal Seals Boys U-18 Asia Cup Hockey Victory for India

 October 5, 2016   R K Gupta

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Last Sunday proved to be a great day for Indian hockey as India won the Under-18 Boy’s Asia Cup at Dhaka. In a game that saw nine goals being scored, India defeated hosts Bangladesh 5-4 and lifted the champions’ trophy. The U-18 hockey event has a funny history, which dates back to 2001 with Malaysia […]

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Rio Men Hockey

Argentina Humiliate Double Olympic Champions Germany to Enter Rio Men’s Hockey Final

 August 17, 2016   R K Gupta

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Playing with overwhelming crowd support from fans, who crossed into neighboring Brazil in large numbers, Argentina handed 2008 and 2012 Olympic champions Germany their worst ever hockey defeat in recent memory. While India couldn’t make the expected dent in hockey, Argentina distinguished themselves by registering their best finish in Olympics. Ranked 7th in the world, […]

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Champions Trophy

Heartbreak for India as They Lose Champions Trophy in Shoot-Out after a Goalless Draw

 June 18, 2016   R K Gupta

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India came close. They didn’t allow Australia to dominate and looked a better team in the second half. Yet, they lost the 2016 Hero Hockey Champions Trophy to Australia. The result of the goalless match came in the shoot-out, thanks to Australia’s valiant goalkeeper Tyler Lovell. The brilliant custodian conceded just one goal and saved […]

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India Reach Champions Trophy

India Reach Champions Trophy Final Despite Losing to Australia in the Last League Game

 June 17, 2016   R K Gupta

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On a dramatic fifth day’s play at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis center in London, India entered the final of the 2016 Hero Champions Trophy after their loss against Australia. But India’s fate wasn’t immediately known since everything depended on the last match of the day between hosts Great Britain and the Belgian Red Lions. […]

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Champions Trophy Final

Australia Enter Champions Trophy Final But India’s Fate Hangs in Balance despite Win Over Korea

 June 15, 2016   R K Gupta

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After completion of four matches in the 6-nation Round-robin Hero Champions Trophy, Australia assured themselves of a place in the final by defeating Belgium and thus winning their third match. Germany’s drawn game with Great Britain means the defending champions go out of contention and that leaves India GBR and Belgium vying for the second […]

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Champions Trophy 2016

India Play Well But Lose to Belgium in Champions Trophy

 June 14, 2016   R K Gupta

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The three matches played in the 2016 Hero Champions Trophy at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Monday were all high quality games. The drizzle did little to dampen the spirit of the players in the six teams and they yielded fine performances. India lost their first game of the competition but their rivals Belgium […]

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