Hockey World Cup: We failed because we lost the ball too easily: Graham Reid




Graham Reid, the coach of India, has finally acknowledged that the team’s vital crossover match against New Zealand suffered because of missed penalty-corner attempts.

Naturally, our PC conversion was incorrect, but we also encountered numerous circle penetrations that we were unable to convert. Three or four goals would often be sufficient, and today we scored three. He remarked that we probably needed to be more aggressive and defensively more focused.

But despite twice having a two-goal lead, he blamed the entire team for allowing New Zealand to seize control.

This news was written by Ms. Pujari Dharani, Research Assistant, All India Legal Forum.

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