BHUBANESWAR – Indian Hockey players lose their temperament after the defeat in semi final and start fighting in match against Australia in Champions Trophy.
Indian Hockey players could not bear the defeat of 4-3 in semi final of Champions Trophy. Indian players lose their temperament and start fighting in the match against Australia. Internal Hockey Federation (FIH) remains silent in this case.
On the other hand FIH banned two Pakistan players for final match on the demand of Indian hockey federation.
After Pakistan’s historic victory in a hockey match, Indian media raised a hullaballoo and the pointed questions of Indian journalists compelled the Pakistan team’s head coach Shahnaz Shaikh to boycott a post-match press conference.
Later, talking to private TV channels, Shaikh said Indian media was unnecessarily trying to create a controversy. “The behaviour of Indian media is beyond comprehension,” he said, adding that the media used extremely inappropriate language and raised objection to the way Pakistani players celebrated their victory.
Earlier in 2010, Prabhjot, after India’s defeat against Argentina on March 12, was heckled by some fans near the eastern stand, and in the heat of the moment he showed to them his finger.
Prabhjot in his reply to the show cause notice, served on him by Hockey India, said he lost his cool when some fans started abusing his family members.
“Firstly, I would like to apologize that an inappropriate picture of mine was published in the Times of India on March 13, 2010. The incident that happened was a result of a series of events,” he said.
Senior Indian forward Prabhjot Singh has apologised for his improper behaviour during the hockey World Cup when he was caught showing his middle finger to a section of crowd and FIH accept his apology but banned two Pakistan players just because of celebration.
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