“Day Etched In Every Indian’s Memory”: PM Congratulates Men’s Hockey Team

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India defeated Germany 5-4 to win the bronze medal to end 41-year wait for an Olympic medal in hockey.

Indian men’s team’s win over Germany to clinch Bronze at the Tokyo Olympics will be etched in the memory of every Indian, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today as he led the nation in congratulating the hockey team over the historic win. “With this feat, they have captured the imagination of the entire nation, especially our youth,” he said.

PM Modi skipped his morning Yoga session to make time for the hockey match, officials told NDTV.

India defeated Germany 5-4 to win the bronze medal to end a 41-year wait for an Olympic medal in hockey.

The last time India had won a medal a medal in hockey was during the 1980 Moscow Games where they got the gold. Simranjeet Singh scored a brace while Hardik Singh, Harmanpreet Singh and Rupinder Pal Singh also got their names on the scoresheet.

“Boys, you’ve done it ! We can’t keep calm,” tweeted Sports Minister Anurag Thakur.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi congratulated the hockey team on the “well-deserved victory”.

“Congratulations to Indian Men’s Hockey Team! This is a big moment- the whole country is proud of your achievement. Well-deserved victory,” he tweeted.

“I have suddenly become colour-blind. That Bronze looks Golden to me,” Industrialist Anand Mahindra tweeted using #ChakDeIndia.





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