Uttar Pradesh won gold in Indian U21 hockey competitions (Part 2)

In the U21 boys’ bronze medal match, Odisha and Chandigarh created an entertaining match for the audience, with the two teams scoring 5 goals at a time within the allotted time.

It was Odisha, who was 1-3 behind after the first 25 minutes, but made a fantastic comeback to level the score in the 4th minute after 44 minutes, and then scored the fifth at 59 minutes to turn around.

However, it was Chandigarh’s turn to equalize the score when they scored in the last minute to make it 5-5 and put the game into the penalty shootout. Samir Ekka (15 ‘, 28’), Abhisek Lakra (38 ‘), Rahul Ekka (44’) and Amandeep Lakra (59 ‘) scored goals for Odisha, with Maninder Singh (25’, 36 ‘), Diljeet Singh (9 ‘), Harpreet Singh (13’) and Sanjay (60 ‘) scored for Chandigarh.

In the shootout, Odisha’s Sahil Kumar Nayak goalkeeper saved the first three attempts and Sushil Dhanwar, Sunit Lakra and Krishna Tirkey scored, to win bronze for their team.

The U21 girls’ bronze medal went to Maharashtra, who succeeded in defeating Mizoram 1-0. It was a well-balanced match between the two teams and Mizoram also got a chance to score, but it was Maharashtra’s Pooja Bhanu Das Shendage, who scored the only goal of the match in the 36th minute to win a bronze medal for the state of yourself.

Please find below the results of the U21 hockey competitions of the Khelo India Olympics 2020

Result of U-21 female category – January 21, 2020

Final – Haryana 5 (Gagandeep Kaur 24 ‘, 59’; Reetom Prakash 13 ‘; Mahima Choudhary 46’; Usha 51 ‘) beat Jharkhand 3 (Albela Rani Toppo 21’, 33 ‘; Sangita Kumari 48’)

Bronze Medal – Maharashtra 1 (Pooja Bhanu Das Shendage) defeats Mizoram 0

Result of the U-21 category for men – January 21, 2020

Final – Uttar Pradesh 0 defeated Haryana 0 – SO (3-1)

Bronze Medal – Odisha 5 (Samir Ekka 15 ‘, 28’; Abhisek Lakra 38 ‘; Rahul Ekka 44’; Amandeep Lakra 59 ‘) beat Chandigarh 5 (Maninder Singh 25’, 36 ‘; Diljeet Singh 9’; Harpreet Singh 13 ‘;; Sanjay 60’) SO 3-1

Uttar Pradesh won gold medal in Indian U21 hockey competitions (Part 1)

A very interesting and exciting final day of hockey competitions here at Khelo India Youth Games 2020 saw UP and Haryana win gold in the U21 Boys and U21 Girls competitions after winning. won in their last match at Maulana Md.Tayabullah Hockey Stadium.

In the U21 Boys category, Uttar Pradesh defeated Haryana 3-1 in a penalty shootout after the two previous teams had played with the specified time without goals. Meanwhile, the U21 Girls category saw Haryana beat Jharkhand 5-3 in a high ratio encounter, witnessing three times after equalization, only conceding twice in the last nine minutes.

The bronze medal in the men’s U21 category of Khelo India Games 2020 was won by Odisha, who defeated Chandigarh 3-1 in a penalty shootout after a normal time with a high score when they saw the two teams draw 5 -5. In the U21 Girls category, Maharashtra broke Mizoram’s heart when they won with a single goal.

The U21 men’s hockey final in Khelo India Games 2020 proved to be a tactical master from both coaches, who tried to avoid repeating the previous match at Pool B that Haryana won 3- 2. However, on the big day, both teams tried to cut down on the number of rounds penetration and were successful in doing so when the game ended with a score of 0-0.

The final match was decided in a penalty shootout, where Uttar Pradesh prevailed when Vishnu Kant Singh, Uttam Singh and Gopi Kumar Sonkar converted their chances, with their goalkeepers Pawan refusing Abhishek, Mohit and Pankaj Jr opponent to help his team win 3-1 win in penalty shootout, and gold medal.

Meanwhile, the U21 Girls Finals were the opposite, when both Haryana and Jharkhand were playing offensive hockey, scoring a total of 8 goals between them. Haryana himself prevailed with a 5-3 victory, but Jharkhand gave them a tough, balanced match three times in the match, before conceding a fourth and fifth goal.

The goals for Haryana in their gold medal victory were recorded by captain Gagandeep Kaur (24 ‘, 59’), Reetom Prakash (13 ‘), Mahima Choudhary (46’) and Usha (51 ‘), while Albela Rani Toppo (21 ‘, 33’) and Sangita Kumari (48 ‘) scored goals for Jharkhand.