Honoured to receive ‘Top Scorer Award’, says Harmanpreet Singh

Honoured to receive 'Top Scorer Award', says Harmanpreet Singh

Bhubaneswar (Odisha) [India]: Indian men’s hockey defender Harmanpreet Singh stated that he is happy to International Hockey Federation (FIH) for presenting him with the ‘Top Scorer Award’ and dedicated it to his teammates.
Harmanpreet Singh on Friday was presented with the ‘Top Scorer Award’ together with a cash prize for being the leading goal-scorer in the FIH Men’s Hockey Pro league 2021/22. Having played 16 games in the last period, the 25-year-old had racked up 18 objectives, 14 of which had actually originated from charge edges. Harmanpreet had actually also taken his elderly international objectives tally past 100.
The drag-flicker was presented the honor after FIH Guys’s Hockey Pro Organization 2022-2023 experience between India as well as New Zealand at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar.
Accepting the honour, Harmanpreet Singh was estimated as stating in a Hockey India release, “I am glad for the FIH for providing me with the award as well as for identifying my efforts. I wish to dedicate this to my colleagues that have actually sustained me throughout my sporting job as well as have aided me every step of the way.”
Indian Male’s Hockey Group had actually finished third in the competition last season, after having picked 30 points in 16 games, just behind Netherlands and Belgium. With the start of the new period, Harmanpreet shared hopes of winning the title this time around.
“With the start of the brand-new period of FIH Pro Organization, I want to remain to perform in the very same vein of form and also hope that this time around, I can help the team in winning the title,” he included.
The elderly guys’s hockey team recuperated from being 2 goals behind to defeat New Zealand by 4-3 in its opening match of the FIH Pro League 2022-23 at the Kalinga Arena in Bhubaneswar.
On Friday, Mandeep Mor (13′), captain Harmanpreet Singh (41′) and Mandeep Singh (51′, 56′) netted goals for India while Sam Lane (22′, 35′), Jake Smith (34′) scored for New Zealand.

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