India vs Germany: India created history, won medal in Olympics after 41 years

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Indian men’s hockey team has created history in Tokyo. The team led by Manpreet Singh has done what has never happened before for this generation. Indian team defeated Germany to win bronze medal in Olympics. Indian hockey has got a medal in the Olympics after 41 years. The Indian team, which was trailing 1-3 at one point of time, won the match 5-4 till the final hooter played. India got off to a good start in the third quarter. In this quarter, the Indian team took the score to 5-3, leading the match. It started with Mandeep scoring a penalty stroke. Rupinder Singh hit the shot and the ball got entangled in the net, hitting the German goalkeeper. After this, Gurjant and Simranjit Singh prepared an attack together for India. The German team was looking weak and the Indian team’s confidence was increasing steadily. Both the teams got many penalty corners but the strong defense did not allow the goals to be scored. Both the teams were aware that the match could go either way and victory or defeat could decide the Olympic medal. India’s strength shown in the second quarter The team showed a lot of strength in the second quarter. The team came back from behind and made a great comeback. This time there was more restraint and balance in the team’s game. India equalized but Germany made a great comeback and came out ahead. Taking advantage of India’s weak defense, the score reached 3-1. India’s counter attack India now had no option but to attack. India not only attacked, but also carried out successful attacks. Scored two goals and both from penalty corners. The Indian team was not ready to accept defeat. A total of five goals were scored in a quarter.

[Attribution to NBT]

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