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It is time for team to convert the hard work in Hockey World Cup
Sportslogon Team November 18th 2018


Bhubaneswar : In the lead up to the Odisha Hockey Men's World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018, the Indian Team has been put through painstaking training over the past several months and years.

While the team's outings at major events this year has seen mixed results, India's Vice Captain Chinglensana Singh Kangujam said it's now time for his team to deliver. "The past three months in particular has been very challenging for us with the training intensifying as it's important for us to peak at the World Cup . The team is aware that this year could have been much better for us in terms of results but now is the time to do away with the bitterness of the past performances by doing well here at Kalinga Staadum,"

Indian Vice-captain Chinglensana Singh Kangujam is going to complete a milestone of playing 200 matches on the opening day of India's campaign on November 28 against South Africa., he expressed "Yes, if everything goes right, I will be playing my milestone match in front of our home crowd. It is one of my favourite venues in the world. I am looking forward to it and we are all eager to make a positive start,"

Playing in the midfield alongside Skipper Manpreet Singh and youngsters Sumit and Nilakanta Sharma, Chinglensana exudes confidence in his team's potential. "Every single player has worked tremendously hard and it is now time to convert all that into good results. I believe the World Cup will be a battle of mental strength as much as it is going to be about fitness and team strategies. added the Manipur-born hockey player Chinglensana.. .
This news was added and updated on : November 18th 2018
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