Indian Men Hockey team creates history wins medal after 41 years

Tokyo, 5/8: Indian men’s hockey team has created history in Tokyo Olympics. The team defeated Germany 5-4 in the bronze medal match. Hockey team won medals after 1980. This is our 12th hockey medal in overall Olympic history. At one point in the match, the Indian team was behind 1-3. After this, the team made a great comeback and won the match. The women’s hockey team is also in the race for medals. He too has to play the bronze match on Friday.


Germany made a very aggressive start in the match. Germany’s Uruz scored in the second minute to give the team a 1-0 lead. By the first quarter, Germany’s team was ahead 1-0. Simranjit Singh scored in the 17th minute to level the score at 1-1. After this, Nicolas Wellen scored for Germany in the 24th minute and Benedit Furk scored in the 25th minute to give the team a 3-1 lead.


5 goals scored in the second quarter

After falling behind by two goals, the Indian team made a good comeback. Hardik Singh scored a brilliant goal in the 27th minute after stopping the corner. Then in the 29th minute, Harmanpreet scored a goal to level the score 3-3. A total of 5 goals were scored in the second quarter. In the third quarter also, the Indian team continued to attack. Rupinder Pal Singh scored a penalty stroke in the 31st minute to make the score 4-3. Simranjeet scored his second goal in the 34th minute to make the score 5-3. India have a 5-3 lead after the third quarter

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