The most inspirational Story of A Indian Hockey Player (Sandeep Singh Bhinder)

He is a professional Indian field hockey player and former captain of the Indian national team. He made his international debut in January 2004 in Sultan Azlan Shah his cup in Kuala Lumpur. In January 2009, he was appointed captain of the India national team.

In his prime, he was said to have the world's fastest drag flick (145km/h). On 22 August 2006, Singh was seriously injured after being hit by an accidental shot on the Shattabadi train while en route to join the national team that was due to leave for Germany for the World Cup two days later. I got He was nearly paralyzed and was in a wheelchair for two years of his life.

Sandeep Singh Bhinder has not only recovered from this serious injury, but has also re-established himself in the squad.

Under his captaincy, the Indian team was able to win the 2009 Sultan Azlan Shah his Cup after defeating Malaysia in the final in Ipoh. India won the title after a long wait of 13 years. Singh was also the tournament's top scorer.

The Indian men's ice hockey national team qualified for his 2012 Summer Olympics in London for the first time in eight years. The team scored a commanding victory for France, beating France 8-1 in the final of the Olympic Qualifier. A drag-flicker ace, Singh scored his five goals in the final against France, including a hat-trick, all shining from penalties in his corners (19th, 26th, 38th, 49th and 51st minutes). Singh was the top scorer in the Olympic Qualifying Tournament with 16 goals.


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He is considered one of the best drag flickers in the game

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