The Indian men’s hockey team has made history at the Tokyo Olympics today. The hockey team won the bronze medal by defeating Germany 5-4. The men’s hockey team has won an Olympic medal after 41 years.
The whole country is celebrating this glorious victory of the hockey team. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself has telephoned and congratulated the hockey team. A video of hockey team captain Manpreet Singh and coach Graham Reid talking to PM Modi has also surfaced. Click on the following link to watch the video
PM Modi is saying to Captain Manpreet Singh on the phone, “Congratulations Manpreet. After what you and the whole team have done, the whole country is dancing. The whole team has worked hard. Congratulations to the entire team. ” “Today the whole country is proud of all of you,” he said. Later, PM Modi also spoke to the team’s coach Graham Reid.
Earlier, PM Modi also tweeted congratulations to the entire team. PM Modi wrote, “Historic! This is a day that will be fresh in the memory of every Indian. Congratulations to our men’s hockey team for winning the bronze medal. With this achievement, he conquered the entire nation. “Especially the imagination of our youth. India is proud of its hockey team. ”