India vs England Hockey Live: India lead 3-0 against England, Mandeep Singh scored second goal

Amit Kumar Jha
India vs England Hockey
India vs England Hockey

India defeated Ghana 11-0 in their first match. Team India would like to maintain the winning streak. India had defeated England in the bronze medal match of Tokyo Olympics last year.

In the Commonwealth Games, the match between India and England is going on in men's hockey. This is the second match of Team India in Pool B. India is leading 3-0 in the match. Lalit Upadhyay scored the first goal for him in the third minute. Mandeep Singh then scored the second goal in the 13th and 22nd minutes. Earlier, India defeated Ghana 11-0 in their first match on Sunday (July 31). Team India would like to maintain the winning streak. India had defeated England in the quarterfinal match of Tokyo Olympics last year.

Second Quarter:

The match for the second quarter has started. The third goal for India came in the second quarter. Mandeep Singh scored the goal in the 22nd minute. This is his second goal in the match.

First Quarter: India lead 2-0

India's first penalty corner was found in the third minute. India got success on this. Lalit Upadhyay scored a brilliant goal on Harmanpreet Singh's dragflick. It was Lalit who got this penalty corner made and he scored the goal and put India ahead in the match. England got the first penalty corner in the fourth minute, but India did not allow the goal. India got two more penalty corners in the fourth and seventh minutes, but Team India could not score on that. Mandeep Singh doubled India's lead in the 13th minute. India lead 2-0 at the end of the first quarter.

India's opening playing-11: Manpreet Singh (captain), Harmanpreet Singh (vice-captain), Sreejesh (goalkeeper), Amit Rohidas, Surender Kumar, Varun Kumar, Hardik Singh, Shamsher Singh, Akashdeep Singh, Abhishek, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay.

India had created history

against Ghana India had achieved its biggest victory in the history of Commonwealth Games against Ghana. Earlier in the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games, India defeated Trinidad and Tobago 10-1. Australia holds the record for the highest overall win in the Commonwealth Games. It defeated Barbados 20–1 at the 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games.