Great Sardar Singh Hockey Returns 31

Sardara Singh, who was also awarded the Arjuna Prize in 2012, was made known when he became the youngest captain of the Indian team player, having his participation in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in 2008, turned 31 Saturday

Former Indian hockey captain Sardar Singh, who is now one of the top players in the team, won on Saturday 31. Sardar is probably the most well-known hockey player after enthusiasts Dhyan Chand and Dhanraj Pillay.
The veteran hockey player, recently recommended for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, made his India debut in the junior team against Poland during the 2003-04 season.


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Sardar Singh, who was also awarded the Arjuna Prize in 2012, was unveiled when he became the youngest captain of the Indian team, leading to his side at the Sultan Azlan Shah in 2008, later To advance to the Senior Cup in 2006.

Born in Santnagar, he was also awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth fastest civilian award in India, in 2015. He became the highest player in the premier hockey League India, purchased by Delhi for $ 78,000. He headed for his Delhi side Waveriders in a second place in the first season and received the ‘tournament player.

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Great hockey, however, was also part of a controversy, which is still ongoing. Last year Sardar was charged in a case of rape and sexual harassment by the British-Asian hockey player. Sardar has reportedly not played the 2016 Champions Trophy in London, where India reached the final.

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Sardar Singh has, however, taken the Indian countryside on numerous occasions and has made the country proud. In the absence of PR Sreejesh, India goalkeeper Sardar Singh has remained one of the few top players to lead India in the World Hockey League semifinal in 2017, where they are in the sixth position.

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