Former skipper Sardar Singh feels consistent performances from start to finish, attention to detail and the right kind of execution of plans will be the key to India’s success at the FIH Hockey World Cup to be held in Odisha in January. The legend, who was part of India’s 2010 and 2014 World Cup campaigns, said the current team has done a lot of good work in recent years, including a historic bronze medal win at the Tokyo Olympics, but the players need to be hungry to improve all the time. needed.
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Sardar said in a Hockey India release, “The team has to practice hard and that too for a long time. Winning a medal requires attention to detail and team work together and helping each other at all times. He said, “The current team has been doing well in recent years and they are very talented as well. They should never be satisfied, always hungry for more. The Hockey World Cup will be played in Bhubaneswar and Rourkela from January 13 to 29. The Indian team would like to achieve a podium position in this.
Sardar said, “Once the players take the field in the World Cup in Odisha, what the player has done earlier will not matter. They will have to work hard and be consistent at all times from the whistle at the start of the match till the hooter at the end. “He said,” Extra effort and focus will be the key to the team’s performance, as well as the right implementation of the strategy will be important. If they do this, the results will follow on their own.