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HI announces 20-member squad for Belgium tour

DNMUM443285 | 9/21/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :280

Hockey India (HI) on Friday named the 20-member Indian men’s team for their upcoming tour of Belgium which is scheduled from September 26 to October 3 in Antwerp, Belgium. The Indian team will be captained by Manpreet Singh and vice-captained by Harmanpreet Singh, and will play three matches against Belgium and two matches against Spain.
Lalit Kumar Upadhyay will be making comeback to the Indian team after the 2018 World Cup, while Rupinder Pal Singh, who missed out on the Olympic test event, makes a return to the side for the tour of Belgium.
Goalkeeper PR Sreejesh joins the side after being rested for the Olympic test event while Krishan B Pathak is other goalkeeper in the team. “We have chosen a strong and experienced grou
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