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Harmanpreet Singh is an Indian field hockey player who plays as a defender for the Indian national team.He was named in the Indian squad for the 2016 Summer Olympics.Harmanpreet Singh was the member of Junior Hockey World Cup 2016 champions squad.
Hockey India on Friday announced a 16-member men's squad for the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games 2020. With as many as 10 Olympic debutants in the squad, the Indian team has a lot of young talent and is undergoing intense training at the national camp being held at SAI Centre Bengaluru.
Hockey India on Friday announced the 16-member men's squad for the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games 2020. With as many as 11 Olympic debutants in the squad, the Indian team is fuelled with a fresh approach basis intense training and preparation at the ongoing national camp being held at SAI Centre Bengaluru.
Veteran hockey players VR Raghunath feels that the current lot of Indian players are better equipped for the Olympics than the ones who took the field in Rio de Janerio in 2016.
The Indian men's hockey team defender Gurinder Singh, who has played 58 matches for the national side, has said that good coordination among the players helped the team achieve good results in its recent tours of Germany, Belgium, and Argentina.
With the Olympic Games just around the corner, both the Indian men's and women's hockey teams are making each and every day of their training sessions count at the ongoing national camp at SAI Centre, Bengaluru.
India successfully ended their campaign in Cenard, Buenos Aires with a 2-2 (3-2 SO) and 3-0 double-header win in the FIH Hockey Pro League tie against Argentina over the weekend.
India completed their second win in as many days in the FIH Pro League as Harmanpreet Singh (11'), Lalit Upadhyay (25') and Mandeep Singh's (58') goals helped the visitors outclass the Olympic Champions Argentina 3-0 here in Buenos Aires on Sunday.
Experienced goalkeeper PR Sreejesh held the fort in the shootout while Harmanpreet Singh starred in India's 3-2 win with a double (21' and 60') in the FIH Hockey Pro League encounter against Argentina on Saturday.
India got off to a winning start on Tuesday as they defeated Olympic Champions Argentina 4-3 in the first practice match.
Indian Men's Hockey Team defender Harmanpreet Singh sees the upcoming Argentina tour as the ideal preparation ahead of the Tokyo Olympics in the summer. The 22-member Indian Men's Hockey Team arrived in Argentina last week and have been preparing for the six-match tour against the current Olympic champions.