India make a roaring comeback
The Times of India Mumbai|November 26, 2021
On a day when the first four matchesof the Junior Hockey World Cup produced as many as 56 goals, India did not fail to deliver in Bhubaneswar.
Arnab.Seal@timesgroup.com

Against a lowly Canadian side, they won 13-1 at Kalinga Stadium.

For the hosts, Sanjay and Araijeet Singh Hundal both scored hat-tricks while Sharda Nand Tiwari and Uttam Singh sounded the board twice. The remaining three goals were scored by Maninder Singh, Vivek Sagar Prasad and Abhisek Lakra. For Canada, Christopher Tardif scored the only goal.

While it was no doubt a brilliant performance by the Indian team, but Canada are a team that got to know they will be playing in the tournament only a little more than a month ago after Australia and New Zealand pulled out due the ongoing Covid travel restrictions.

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