India coach apologises to fans after World Cup exit Harendra Singh
India‘s hockey coach Harendra Singh has apologised after a 2-1 quarter-final defeat by the Netherlands ended their hopes of winning the World Cup on home soil. “First of all, I like to tender my apology to the people in India for not giving the results what they deserve. But, I am not going to take it very easily,” Harendra told reporters at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar on Thursday. The visitors benefited from a disputed penalty corner that resulted in the decisive goal being scored in the 50th minute. India defender Amit Rohidas was given a 10-minute suspension in the fourth quarter and the Indian…
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