Playground became battleground, one-on-one fight between players

The men’s hockey match was played between England and Canada at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday. The match was hockey, but the spectators got to see wrestling. When the players of England and Canada clashed and fought fiercely. The audience was stunned to see this feat. The fight between the players escalated to such an […]
 


Playground became battleground, one-on-one fight between players

The men’s hockey match was played between England and Canada at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday. The match was hockey, but the spectators got to see wrestling. When the players of England and Canada clashed and fought fiercely. The audience was stunned to see this feat. The fight between the players escalated to such an extent that later the referee had to intervene.

Canada and England players will clash

England had to win by a huge margin to reach the semi-finals. For this, the players of the England team were showing aggressive games against Canada to score goals. After this Balraj Panesar’s hockey stick got stuck in the hand of Chris Griffiths of England and got stuck. Angered by this, Griffith and Panesar pushed, which enraged Panesar and hugged the England player. Then both of them grabbed each other’s T-shirts and started pulling. As if the playground had become a battlefield.

 

 

 

Balraj Panesar and Griffith fought so fiercely that the audience could not believe their eyes. Later the referee had to intervene. After this the players of both the teams came and separated both of them. After this, the referee removed Balraj Panesar of Canada from the match by showing him a red card. Along with this, Chris Griffith of England was warned by showing the yellow card.

England won this match by big margin

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 the team could not reach the semi-finals. They had to win by a margin of 15 goals to make it to the semi-finals. With this, the Indian team has reached the semi-finals with pride. Team India has not won a gold medal in the history of Commonwealth so far, but this time India can create history under the captaincy of Manpreet Singh.