Pak players will take tough action on poor behavior in India: Sardar Hassan

Taking lessons from the experience of Champions Trophy in Bhubneshwar four years ago, Hassan Sardar, head coach of the Pakistan Hockey team, instructed the players to focus their behavior on the game in the World Cup starting at the end of the month. is. Simultaneously, he described India as the strongest contender of the semi-final in the World Cup, saying that the hosts have been in good form for the past few years and would benefit from playing on home ground.After the Champions Trophy 2014 in Bhubaneswar, the Pakistani hockey team will play a tournament of FIH for the first time in India. Four years ago, after defeating India in the Champions Trophy semi-final, some Pakistani players shouted slogans and shouted at the audience, after which hockey relations between India and Pakistan got bitter.
Will be strict action
Sardar, the Olympic (1984) and Asian Games (1982) gold medalist, said, “This time my overall focus will be on team behavior with the game. I have given strict instructions to the players that if such an incident happens this time, strict action will be taken against them. “Sardar, who has hat-trick in the 7-1 victory over hosts India in the 1982 Asian Games, said that India His experience as a player has been very good and hopefully it will not be different even as a coach.
Love in India
He said, “We defeated India in the final in 1982, but the next day we went to the market, then a shopkeeper did not take the money from us. We got great love in India and in Pakistan, Indian cricketers and hockey players get the same love. We have to maintain this regime. “The Pakistani coach said,” The players never behave in the opposite direction of gameplay, but I was told that they were instigated by the audience. Whatever the reason, this kind of behavior is not acceptable and we are sure that this time we will return with good memories. In the Champions Trophy 2014 on the field, it was a good experience by defeating teams like India and Netherland. “

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