HWL 2015: India explain bronze after violence Netherlands in thriller

HWL 2015, India hockey, hockey india, tanned hockey team, hwl 2015 finals, fih hwl, hockey universe league, hockey news, india vs netherlands, netherlands vs india, hockey India won a bronze award during a 2015 Hockey World League Finals in Raipur on Sunday.

India claimed the bronze award during a 2015 FIH Hockey World League Finals after violence a Netherlands 3-2 in a chastisement shoot-outs after a measure was tied 5-5 after law time in Raipur.

In a see-saw match, India were delayed to get of the block but scored 5 goals in a second half to stun world series dual side. But it was Netherlands who began a idea scoring debauch with Micro Pruijser opening the account in a ninth minute.

Five mins before half-time Niek van der Schoot doubled a lead for Netherlands by sending one over India goalie PR Sreejesh, attack a roof of a net.

India began a second half in a some-more aggressive demeanour and Ramandeep Singh pushed one past a Netherlands goalkeeper to open the hosts account.

Rupinder Pal Singh converted a chastisement dilemma for India and done it 2-2.

Both teams afterwards went on a idea scoring debauch and India manged to take a 5-3 lead with usually 2:39 remaining. But Netherlands equialised with a final play of a diversion by converting a chastisement dilemma with usually 5 seconds remaining.

In the penalty shoot-out, the measure was 2-2 when India got their final possibility to measure and win. Manpreet Singh attempted his best though was blocked by a Netherlands goalie that resulted in a chastisement cadence to India.

Rupinder, once again, converted a cadence to palm India a 3-2 win in a bronze award match.

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