Bhopal: The first National Sub-Junior Boys Academy of Hockey India held in the state capital saw a trend that continued on Tuesday into day two when the Haryana Hockey Academy defeated the Tamil Nadu Hockey Academy by a huge margin of 25-0.
On day one, Odisha Naval Tata Hockey High Performance Center beat Berar Hockey Academy by 30-0.
The goal streak started with Raman scoring the first goal in the fourth minute after the game started. In the eighth minute of the game, Sahil scored another goal for Haryana. Continuing the streak, the latter scored three more goals. He scored a total of four decisive goals.
Rohit Khatri and Mohit also scored four goals each. Sachin scored five goals during the game. The last goal on the scoreboard was knocked down by Mohit at the last minute just before the siren.
The first game of the day was quite interesting for the spectators with a neck and neck competition between Dhyan Chand Hockey Academy and SAI Academy. Initially, the match leaned towards the dribblers of the Dhyan Chand Academy. But SAI won the match in the dying minutes. SAI’s Arun scored the team’s second goal at 57e minute instilling hope among supporters.
Amit had scored the first goal at 12e minute followed by a response goal from Janson of Dhyan Chand Academy at 15e minute. A little later, Aarish of Dhyan Chand Academy scored another goal at 22sd minute. After that there was no goal until 57e minute, which made the game one of the most exciting, according to viewers. Almaaz from SAI scored the last goal at 58e minute. Hoping to win or at least draw, Dhyan Chand Academy did their best to hit another. But the defenders of the SAI ensured their victory by 3-2.
SGPC Academy won the second match of the day against Ghumanhera Riser Academy by 4-1. Akshay Kumar scored Ghumanhera’s only goal. SGPC’s Kamaljeet Singh scored the first two goals while Harpreet and Govinda scored two more.
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Posted on: Tuesday October 05, 2021, 8:34 PM IST