Azlan Shah Cup 2020 tournament in Malaysia postponed from April to September in wake of coronavirus outbreak, say organisers
The Azlan Shah Cup, which was scheduled to be held in Ipoh, Malaysia from 11 to 18 April, will now be held from 24 September to 3 October, the organisers said in a statement.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Sardar Singh, Ramandeep Singh were dropped for varied reasons, says coach Sjoerd Marijne
Veteran Sardar Singh and Ramandeep Singh were on Tuesday axed from Indian men's hockey team for the 2018 Commonwealth Games and head coach Sjoerd Marijne said while the former lost out his place because of stiff competition, the latter was dropped because of inconsistent performances in recent past.
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2018: Draw a fair result for India, England after underwhelming display with flashes of brilliance
Both India and England came into their second match of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2018 having lost their opening matches; India suffering a 2-3 loss to Argentina, with England getting whacked 1-4 by Australia.
Indian men's hockey coach Sjoerd Marijne says winning Asian Games and World Cup are his main objectives
Marijne said other tournaments will act as a preparatory platform in the pursuit of his team's goal which are Asian Games and World Cup.
India goalkeeper PR Sreejesh likely to get a reprieve for playing in football match for Virat Kohli's charity
There were reports that Sreejesh's action didn't go down well with the team management but he might just get away as Hockey India is yet to initiate any disciplinary action against him.
Women's hockey coach Harendra Singh expects players to earn their 'rightful places' in the national team
newly-appointed women's coach Harendra Singh said, "With my staff, I now look forward to working with this talented group of players. We will concentrate on providing the team with the best possible environment and opportunities."
India conceded as many as seven penalty corners, three of which were converted by Malaysia through Razie Rahim (19th, 48th minutes) and Tengku Tajuddin.
Hockey World League Semi-Finals: India coach Roelant Oltmans warns team against complacency in knockouts
India start as overwhelming favourites against the 14th placed Malaysia but the 0-1 defeat against the same opponents last month in the Azlan Shah Cup Oltmans' men would be fresh in the minds of the Indians.
India's ace drag-flicker and defender Rupinder Pal Singh, and midfielder SK Uthappa have been ruled out of the Hero Hockey World League Semi Final, commencing in London on Thursday.
India face Japan on Wednesday before meeting hosts Malaysia in their final round-robin match on Thursday. Follow our live blog for regular scores and updates.
Rupinder Pal Singh says he's growing i confidence after he scored six goals in India's 10-2 victory against Japan at the Asian Champions Trophy.
Goalkeeper P.R. Sreejesh was India's hero, making three saves in the penalty shoot-out.
Nikkin doubled his tally and India’s advantage two minutes into the second half, sweeping home a cross from the right at close range.
India, who are already out of the title race, will play their final league match against reigning World Champions Australia on Saturday.
Drag-flicker Rupinder Pal Singh struck twice as India defeated arch-rivals Pakistan 4-2 in a thrilling match.
Out of contention for a podium finish, young Indian side led by Danish Mujtaba will hope to beat hosts Malaysia in the final round robin league encounter.
Five-time champions India needed a victory to stay in the competition, instead it was the Black Sticks who scored two second half goals to keep their flag flying in the tournament.
A defensive lapse in the 60th minute cost India the match as Kweon deflected a long hit from outside the 25 yards mark into goal. Three Indian defenders watched the ball going past them without reacting.