Reid said, we have to dominate the match from start to finish

Indian men’s hockey team coach Graham Reid wants his team to cut down on defense and attack more in their match against New Zealand in the second leg of the FIH Pro League here on Friday. India began their campaign in the new season with a 4-3 win against New Zealand on 28 October, while losing 2-3 to Spain in the second match. Reid, after noticing a lapse in defense in the first two games, said the team management has worked out a strategy to improve their game in the matches to be held later this week.

Reid said before the match against New Zealand, “We will try to dominate more. We had missed many opportunities. Although I was happy with the way I defended against Spain, we let ourselves down on several crucial occasions which made us commit two or three mistakes and that cost us a lot. “He wants the players to maintain the same energy throughout the match rather than in pieces. Reid said, “When it comes to fitness, we are very good at it. We’ve done some agility-related exercises this week and the entire team is top in fitness levels. ,

He said, “But the mental aspect to keep it going throughout the match is that we don’t dominate in pieces. That will be our focus this week. Captain Harmanpreet said that the team has worked on its weak sides during the practice session. “We have worked out a few things depending on our performance in the last matches, considering the need.

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