CWG 2022: Rangali wrestling in hockey match, VIDEO of fight in live match surfaced

Birmingham : The Commonwealth Games are in full swing all over the world. Athletes from many countries are raising the name of their country by winning medals. In such a situation, where the performance of these players was being discussed, a different incident happened on Thursday. There was an incident of players clashing in the […]
 


CWG 2022: Rangali wrestling in hockey match, VIDEO of fight in live match surfaced

Birmingham : The Commonwealth Games are in full swing all over the world. Athletes from many countries are raising the name of their country by winning medals. In such a situation, where the performance of these players was being discussed, a different incident happened on Thursday. There was an incident of players clashing in the live match. The video of this incident has now surfaced.

The match between England and Canada was played in the Commonwealth Games on Thursday. The match was of hockey, but the spectators got to see wrestling in it. Because during the live match of this match, the players of England and Canada clashed with each other. The matter escalated so much that later the referee had to intervene.

England needed 15 goals to reach the semi-finals. If there were less than 15 goals, the semi-final dream would have been shattered. That’s why the players of England team were constantly showing aggressive game to score goals against Canada.

 

Meanwhile, in a live match, Balraj Panesar’s hockey stick got stuck in the hand of Chris Griffith of England. Enraged by this, Griffiths punched Panesar. In anger, Panesar grabbed the neck of the England player. Then both of them grabbed each other’s T-shirts and started pulling. So for a moment the hockey field looked like a wrestling field.

umpire’s intervention
Balraj Panesar and Griffith fought so fiercely that the audience could not believe their eyes. After this the umpires had to intervene. After this the players of both the teams came and separated the two. The referee then showed Canada’s Balraj Panesar a red card and ruled him out of the match. At the same time, Chris Griffith of England was warned by showing a yellow card.

Canada suffered the loss of one player. He had to pay the price by losing the match. England won the match 11–2, but still failed to reach the semi-finals.