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Thursday, August 4, 2022

Commonwealth Games India Thrash Canada 8- 0 In Men's Hockey Pool B Match.

Commonwealth Games India Thrash Canada 8- 0 In Men's Hockey Pool B Match. 


Harmanpreet Singh and Akashdeep Singh scored a brace each as the Indian men's hockey platoon produced a fully dominating performance to rout Canada 8- 0 in their third match and jump to the top of the Pool B at the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday 

Harmanpreet( 7th, 54th nanosecond) converted two penalty corners while Akashdeep Singh( 38th, 60th) scored two fine field pretensions. Amit Rohidas( 10th), Lalit Upadhyay( 20th), Gurjant Singh( 27th) and Mandeep Singh( 58th) were the other thing songwriters for India. 

With the palm, India jumped to the top of the pool ahead of England. The Indians will play the Wales in their final group match on Thursday. 

The Indians recovered from the jolt of a 4- 4 draw against England after leading 3- 0 at one stage in their last match as they came out with further purpose and fully dominated Canada in the first two diggings. 

India's first scoring chance came in the fifth nanosecond in the form of back- to- back penalty corners but Canada's Balraj Panesar made a thing- line save to deny Harmanpreet from the alternate attempt. 

But Harmanpreet wasn't to be denied much longer as she gave India the supereminent two twinkles latterly with a important drag- film from another set piece. 

Three twinkles latterly, protector Rohidas scored a brilliant field thing. He stormed into the circle with his silky stick work and slotted the ball home after entering a defence splitting long ball from Varun Kumar. 

The Indians continued in the same tone in the alternate quarter and secured two quick penalty corners in the 19th nanosecond, the second of which redounded to a thing. 

Lalit slighted in a loose ball off a answer after Varun Kumar's film was kept down by Canadian goalkeeper Ethan McTavish to hand India a 3- 0 lead. 

The Canadian custodian pulled off another fine save in the 24th nanosecond to keep out Abhishek's rear shot from the top of the circle. McTavish made an another fine and save to deny Jugraj Singh from the another penalty corner. 

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Seconds latterly, a diving Gurjant veered in Hardik Singh's pass from the left hand to extend India's lead. 

Canada got a penalty corner in the 28th nanosecond but failed to make use of it as India went into the halfway break with a comfortable 4- 0 lead. 

The Indians kept up the pressure after the change of ends and mounted attacks after attacks on the Canadian stronghold. 

In the 38th nanosecond, Akashdeep scored with a poke shot after being set up by a fine one- touch play by commander Manpreet Singh and Nilkanata Singh. 

In the fourth and the final quarter, McTavish made a double save from a penalty corner to deny to Mandeep and Vivek Sagar Prasad. 

Canada secured a penalty corner soon after that but the India defended the chance. 

In the final six twinkles of the match, India fired three further pretensions which came from the sticks of Harmanpreet, Mandeep and Akashdeep.

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