India maul Pakistan 4-0 to enter Asia Cup final
India maul Pakistan 4-0 to enter Asia Cup final


India maul Pakistan 4-0 to enter Asia Cup final. A dominant India continued their unbeaten run in the tournament and thrashed arch-rivals Pakistan 4-0 to sail into the final of the 10th men’s Asia Cup hockey tournament here on Saturday. The sixth ranked India, who just needed a draw to seal a place in tomorrow’s summit

Gurjant's late goal earns India 1-1 draw against South Korea Gurjant’s late goal earns India 1-1 draw against South Korea

Gurjant’s late goal earns India 1-1 draw against South Korea. Dhaka: Forward Gurjant Singh’s late goal helped India to get a 1-1 draw against South Korea in a second round match of the Hero Asia Cup hockey championship here on Wednesday. Jungjun Lee put the defending champions ahead in the 41st minute. India were staring at a

Sultan Johor Cup Indian colts depart for 7th Sultan of Johor Cup

7th Sultan Johor Cup: The Indian junior men’s hockey team has left for the 7th Sultan Johor Cup 2017 which begins on October 22 in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. The team, captained by Vivek Sagar Prasad with Pratap Lakra his deputy, will go into the tournament aiming to gain exposure and experience against players from the

Hockey: India to take on South Korea in Asia Cup

Dhaka, Oct 17, India will look to continue their winning run as they face defending champions South Korea in their first match of the second round in the Asia Cup hockey championship here on Wednesday. After three successive wins in the pool stage, Sjoerd Marijne’s wards are prepared to begin their four-game round-robin stage (Super

Rani Rampal to lead India in women's Asia Cup Rani Rampal to lead India in women’s Asia Cup

Rani Rampal to lead India in women’s Asia Cup. Striker Rani Rampal will captain an 18-member Indian team at the ninth women’s Asia Cup hockey tournament, which starts from October 28 at Kakamigahara City, Japan. Senior goalkeeper Savita has been named as the vice- captain of the side. The team selected by Hockey India for the upcoming

India beat Pakistan 3-1 in Asia Cup hockey
India beat Pakistan 3-1 in Asia Cup hockey

India beat Pakistan 3-1 in Asia Cup hockey. India defeated Pakistan 3-1 to top Pool A of the Asia Cup at the Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium here on Sunday. Chinglensana Singh (17th minute), Ramandeep Singh (43rd minute) and Harmanpreet Singh (45th) scored for India. For Pakistan, Ali Shan scored the reducer in the fourth

Clinical India maul Japan 5-1 in Asia Cup Hockey opener
Clinical India maul Japan 5-1 in Asia Cup Hockey opener

Clinical India maul Japan 5-1 in Asia Cup Hockey opener. Title favourites India produced an impressive performance to outclass Japan 5-1 in their opening campaign at the 10th edition of the men’ Asia Cup hockey tournament, here on Wednesday. In their first tournament under a new coach, India meant business and found the net in each

Confident India aim to retain No 1 status in Asian hockey
Confident India aim to retain No 1 status in Asian hockey

Confident India aim to retain No 1 status in Asian hockey. Eyes firmly set on retaining the numero uno status in the continent, favourites India face a tricky campaign-opener against Japan in the men’s Asia Cup hockey tournament starting here on Wednesday. The Asia Cup will be the beginning of new phase in Indian hockey as it

India hockey skipper Manpreet Singh
Retaining No.1 status in Asia is top priority: Manpreet Singh

India hockey skipper Manpreet Singh today said his team will look to retain their No.1 status in Asia when they open their campaign against Japan in the Hero Asia Cup 2017 on October 11. India will go into the tournament as top ranked team and will take on Japan, Bangladesh and Pakistan in their Pool

Team India ‘A’ lose bronze medal match in men’s AHL
Team India ‘A’ lose bronze medal match in men’s AHL

Team India ‘A’ lose bronze medal match in men’s AHL. India ‘A’ finished their mens Australian Hockey League (AHL) campaign in the fourth place after losing to New South Wales 2-3 in the bronze-medal play-off here on Sunday.India scored two early goals through Simranjeet Singh (third minute) and Affan Yousuf (ninth) which were eclipsed by NSW

India ‘A’ lose to Western Australian women’s AHL

India ‘A’ lose to Western Australian women’s AHL. India ‘A’ lost to Western Australia 1-2 in a Pool D clash of the Womens Australian Hockey League (AHL) here on Thursday. Shanea Tonkin (13th minute) and Rachael Frusher (19th) scored for Western Australia, while Preeti Dubey struck for India ‘A’ in the 56th minute. Though India got

India A men’s hockey team beat Western Australia 4-1

India A men’s hockey team beat Western Australia 4-1. India ‘A’ men’s team began their Australian Hockey League campaign with a 4-1 win over Western Australia here on Friday. Armaan Qureshi (6th minute), Affan Yousuf (30th), Amit Rohidas (45th) and Talwinder Singh (50th) were the goal- scorers for India as the visitors registered an emphatic win.Western Australia’s

34th Surjit Hockey Tournament from October 23
34th Surjit Hockey Tournament from October 23

34th Surjit Hockey Tournament from October 23 Jalandhar(DP Correspondent, Sept 16) – India’s prestigious and annual 34th Indian Oil SERVO Surjit Hockey Tournament would be played here at the Olympian Surjit Singh Polytan Turf Hockey Stadium, Burlton Park from October 23 to 31. President of Surjit Hockey Society, Varinder Kumar Sharma cum Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar said

Hockey India sacks chief coach Oltmans

New Delhi, Sep 2 Hockey India today sacked national coach Roelant Oltmans after a string of unimpressive outings at the international level. High Performance Director David John will be in charge till a suitable replacement is found for a smooth transition of the the men’s team. The decision was taken during the three-day meeting of the

Asia Cup as winners Manpreet Singh
We need to finish Asia Cup as winners: Manpreet Singh

Asia Cup as winners Manpreet Singh.Indian men’s hockey team captain Manpreet Singh has insisted that they will aim to finish at the top at the Hero Asia Cup 2017 which begins in Dhaka from October 11. With just about 45 days to go for the much-awaited tournament, the team is back to the grind at Sports

Pakistan qualify Hockey World Cup 2018
Pakistan qualify for Hockey World Cup 2018

Pakistan qualify Hockey World Cup 2018. Pakistan men’s hockey team has become the 13th team to qualify for the World Cup 2018 that will take place in India from 28 November to 16 December.  The Green Shirts, currently ranked 14th in the World Rankings, finished at the seventh position in the Hockey World League Semi-Final in

India beat Austri
India beat Austria 4-3 to end Europe tour on a high

India beat Austria 4-3 to end Europe tour on a high. Ramandeep Singh and Chinglensana Singh Kangujam struck twice to guide the Indian men’s hockey team to a sensational 4-3 win over Austria in their final encounter of the Europe Tour here. Double goals from Ramandeep (25th minute, 32nd) and Chinglensana (37th, 60th) helped India

Indian men's hockey team
Indian men’s hockey team beat Netherlands 2-1, win series

Indian men’s hockey team beat Netherlands 2-1, win series. Gurjant Singh and Mandeep Singh scored a goal apiece as a resolute Indian men’s hockey team overcome world No. 4 Netherlands 2-1 in an exciting encounter here. Led by Manpreet Singh, the team last night featured nine players from the junior team, but still beat an

Indian men's hockey team beat Netherlands 4-3
Indian men’s hockey team beat Netherlands 4-3

Indian hockey team beat Netherlands: With the help of Captain Manpreet Singh‘s two goals, the Indian men’s hockey team beat Netherlands 4-3 in the Robo Super Series on Sunday.In this important match of the European tour Manpreet scored in the 30th and 44th minute, while Varun Kumar scored 17th and Harjeet Singh scored in the

Europe tour opener: India
India lose 0-1 to Belgium in Europe tour opener

Europe tour opener: India lose 0-1 against Belgium. A young Indian men’s hockey team fought hard but lost 0-1 to hosts Belgium in their opening game of the five-match tour of Europe in Boom.  It was a neck-and-neck fight between the two teams but a lapse in concentration from the inexperienced Indians cost them dearly in