“A few young players have been included in the squad this time and this will be a great opportunity for them to familiarise themselves with the play style of some of the best teams in the world,” Harmanpreet said in a Hockey India (HI) release.
What was expected to be a regulation victory for the World No. 3 Indian team against a Korean side that are not even among the top 10 of the world (No. 12), turned out to be a hour-long roller-coaster of a ride
India coach Craig Fulton was all praise for his team. “This team are fast, they are genuinely fast. When they are in full flow, it’s a nice spectacle. It’s one thing to be fast, but also to be skillful at that speed is helpful. It was nice to see some of the goals that we scored through speed,” he said
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