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May 07, 2017
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017: Bronze-winning India have quality but they need to be stronger and more resilientUnder pressures, India must find a way to be stronger and more resilient. The team doesn’t lack quality but building character and self-belief would ensure a podium.
May 06, 2017
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017: India played their worst hockey in defeat against MalaysiaIndia played as if they were running barefoot on a ground strewn with cacti. They missed passes, couldn’t trap and their positional play was akin to a third grader playing senior hockey.
May 04, 2017
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017: Mandeep Singh came of age against Japan with hat-trickNever has Mandeep Singh’s talent been in doubt; but the abilities to deliver were unproven. Even though skeptics would say the opponent was Japan, the pressure was akin to any world class game.
May 01, 2017
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India showed solidity and refined temperament in win against New ZealandWhat would be comforting for the management is the way India grew into the match and didn’t let the Kiwis come back. It shows solidity and temperament. On Tuesday, it will be tested against the World Champions Australia.
Apr 30, 2017
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India failed to convert their intensity and possession into goalsDespite holding large chunks of possession, India — which seemed more impulsive than tactical — had to walk away satisfied with a 2-2 draw against Great Britain.
Apr 29, 2017
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: Roelant Oltmans unhappy with players for creating limited chances"I can live with the result, but I am not happy about the number of goal-scoring opportunities we created in the game," Oltmans said after India split two points with Great Britain.
Apr 29, 2017
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: PR Sreejesh says finishing on the podium is always Indian hockey team's targetPR Sreejesh said: "Since the Azlan Shah is the first tournament this season, we're trying new strategies and making new plans for the team. Sometimes it may go wrong, but finishing on the podium is always our target."