Captain Rupinder is forced to withdraw from the Asia Cup due to a wrist injury; Lakra will lead India.

Captain Rupinder is forced to withdraw from the Asia Cup due to a wrist injury; Lakra will lead India.

Captain Rupinder is forced to withdraw from the Asia Cup due to a wrist injury; Lakra will lead India.
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Rupinder Pal Singh, the captain of the Indian men’s hockey team, was ruled out of the forthcoming men’s Asia Cup hockey event due to a wrist injury on Friday.

Captain Rupinder is forced to withdraw from the Asia Cup due to a wrist injury; Lakra will lead India. Rupinder Pal Singh, the captain of the Indian men’s hockey team, was ruled out of the forthcoming men’s Asia Cup hockey event due to a wrist injury on Friday. India’s Press Trust Updated at 11:25 p.m. IST on May 13, 2022 1 minute to read

Captain Rupinder is forced to withdraw from the Asia Cup due to a wrist injury; Lakra will lead India.
Captain Rupinder Pal Singh has been ruled out of the forthcoming Asia Cup for men.
Rupinder Pal Singh, the men’s Asia Cup captain, has been ruled out due to a wrist injury.

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The team will now be led by Birendra Lakra.
The Indian men’s hockey squad was given a major setback on Friday when captain Rupinder Pal Singh was ruled out of the 2018 World Cup.

Nilam Sanjeep Xess has taken Rupinder’s place in the team. On May 23, the Asia Cup will begin in Jakarta. India is the tournament’s defending champion.

“Rupinder suffered an injury during the training session and will not be able to compete in the Hero Asia Cup. Birendra and Sunil have a lot of expertise and have been in the leadership group for a long time “BJ Kariappa, the coach, stated.

 

“While we shall miss Rupinder, the pool offers many of alternatives. We have a really skilled bunch of players that are excited to take advantage of this chance.”

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