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TOKYO 2020 : Terrible Tuesday For India, Sonam Malik As Well As Men’s Hockey Time Losses To Belgium in Semi-Final

India experienced a deplorable misfortune to Belgium in the men’s hockey semi-last as they lost 2-5 on Tuesday. India will currently contend in the bronze decoration against one or the other Australia or Germany who will go head to head in the second semi-last later in the day.

India yielded right off the bat in the principal quarter as Belgium changed over a punishment corner to start to lead the pack in the subsequent moment. India finished the primary half well as they retaliated to take 2-1 lead after the initial 15 minutes of the challenge.

Mandeep Singh and Harmanpreet Singh scored the objectives for India. Belgium, number two in world rankings, evened out in the subsequent quarter on account of Alexander Hendrickx’s strike. The second from last quarter finished goalless yet Belgium end up being too be acceptable on the day as they scored three objectives in the last 15 minutes of the semi-last conflict to book their spot in the last of the Tokyo Olympics.

Following by two objectives in the last minutes of the semi-last match, India pulled out their star goalkeeper PR Sreejesh yet the move blew up as Belgium scored another objective to complete the game.

 

Indian grappler Sonam Malik lost her initial session on models to Mongolia’s Bolortuya Khurelkhuu in the ladies’ 62kg classification on Tuesday and is additionally out of the repechage round on her Olympic introduction.

The 19-year-old drove the session 2-0 subsequent to scoring two push-out focuses however the Asian silver medallist Khurelkhuu affected a bring down move with only 35 seconds left in the challenge to even out the score.

The score stayed 2-2 till the end however since it was the Mongolian who scored the last point with her turn, she was proclaimed champ on models.

 

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