CWG 2022: India started preparing for gold as soon as he reached the semi -finals, why England became the reason
- 4:43 PM August 4, 2022
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Manpreet Singh's team, ranked fifth in the world rankings, tops Pool B with a goal average of Plus 22. England are yet to play the last match from Canada and can reach the top only after winning by a margin of 15 goals.
Cwg Hockey: The Indian team entered the semi-finals of the Commonwealth Games Men's Hockey Competition on Thursday by defeating Wales 4–1 in the last league match of Pool B on the basis of Hatal Trick of Harmanpreet Singh. Harmanpreet scored two goals in the 19th, 20th and 40th minutes on a penalty corner and scored a goal on penalty stroke. At the same time, Gurjant fired field gold in the 49th minute.
Know why India is preparing for the final
Indian team, who defeated Ghana 11-0 in the first match and 8-0 in the third match, 4- Played a draw from 4. Manpreet Singh's team, ranked fifth in the world rankings, tops Pool B with a goal average of Plus 22. England are yet to play the last match from Canada and can reach the top only after winning by a margin of 15 goals.
15 is difficult to beat Canada by a margin of goal. The second number in the pool will take on Australia in the semi-finals and none of the Indo-England wants to take on the Kangaroos. Barat has high hopes of staying on the top in his pool, so only England can clash with Australia in the semi -finals.
India was missing from winning against England
The top team will not have to play from Australia in the semi -finals. Tokyo Olympic bronze medalist India won the ball in the first two quarters but Wells kept it tied in the first 15 minutes. India got a penalty corner in the eighth minute but Varun Kumar could not score. Wales players also entered the Indian circle, but Karlson's shot was saved by goalkeeper PR Sreejesh.
Harmanpreet converted two penalty corners to half time in the second quarter. Got up 0. In the second half, India got the fifth penalty corner in the beginning but could not score. India got two consecutive penalty corners in the 40th minute and the second penalty turned into stroke, on which Harmanpreet scored a goal. In the fourth quarter, Gurjant made a goal near Shamsher Singh to increase 4-0. Wales got two penalty corners in a counter -attack, out of which the other scored the other. The semi-finals will be played on Saturday 6 August.
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