The Hockey India League concluded with the Ranchi Rays claiming the title. The penalty shoot-out was perhaps a fitting end to what was an exciting tournament. Hockey India League: The Good- Ranchi Rays, UP Wizards And Punjab Warriors Ranchi Rays In terms of performances put up, there is absolutely no doubt that the Punjab Warriors
A 2-2 draw against the U.P Wizards saw Dabang Mumbai fall out of contention for the semifinals of the 2015 Hockey India League. Valentin Altenburg’s side threw away their 2-1 lead as Harjeet Singh’s sensational goal ensured that Dabang Mumbai would finish at the bottom of the table. Tom Boon Sits Out Valentin Altenberg returned
India’s Go-to man in defence Gurjinder Singhconverted two penalty experts to give Kalinga Lancers a chance at qualifying.
Many surprise wins and losses were recorded in the second round. All the teams will have a lot to reflect upon after some great wins and near losses.
Ranchi Rays came back strongly in their second game of the Hockey India League, after suffering a heavy 6-3 defeat against Kalinga Lancers at home, to register an impressive 2-1 victory against Dabang Mumbai, at the Mahindra Stadium in Mumbai. Belgium Tom Boon’s 39th minute strike handed the home side the early lead, but the
Having risen from the now defunct Mumbai Magicians, Dabgang Mumbai will certainly be looking to turn a new leaf in the Hero Hockey India League. Head Coach Valentin Altenburg will be looking to get the Mumbai team to challenge for the title. Dabang Mumbai -Team at a glance Ownership: DoIT Sports Management Home Stadium: Mahindra
The Hockey Indian League (HIL) is back and expected to be bigger and better this year thanks to the introduction of new teams. The expectations will obviously be high considering the improved performance of the Indian hockey team. The league is packed with some exciting talent and here is a look at the key players