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In a city like Ludhiana where the majority of factory workers are migrants from other states, I always announce things when I am not supposed to!” the singer quickly added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | Lucknow | Updated: December 11 2016 8:25 am Out of the 70 minutes India played 24 with just 10 men after committing some silly fouls (Source: PTI) Top News When seen in entirety India were so good so irresistible that it’s easy to overlook a few glaring errors sprinkled through the 70 minutes Break down the performance and you can focus on the areas that may actually haunt India against an opponent that will be more precise and dangerous than England were on Saturday India romped to a 5-3 win over the European Championship bronze medallists to enter the quarterfinals of the junior World Cup It could easily have been 5-1 in India’s favour or 5-5 depending on how you look at it Which is why you were left with a slightly bitter taste despite an otherwise dominant performance But it was discipline or lack of it that bothered India more Out of the 70 minutes India played 24 with just 10 men “It was unwarranted” coach Harendra Singh said Manager Roelant Oltmans was more disapproving: “The cards were completely unnecessary It cost us two goals” Since bursting on to the scene in 2013 Mandeep Singh has swung between the two extremes of being fabulous and frustrating He boasts of a lot of skills That’s how he has earned India two penalty corners which were duly converted by Harmanpreet Singh and Varun Kumar But at times he boasts a lot And the showboating eventually ends up costing the team On paper he is from a team which plays a very different brand of hockey than the previous ones But he gives the impression of belonging to the generation of players that was wasteful and over-dribbled In doing so he attracts trouble which he is unable to dribble past Easy to get riled he eventually ends up committing a foul and gets the consequent card On Saturday he got a needless yellow for making an illegal tackle on an English player in the 61st minute It was the second time an Indian player was sent off for 10 minutes in the match In the 47th minute Nilakanta Sharma received a yellow card for another silly foul in middle of the field where there was no perceived danger for India England failed to capitalise during that phase But Mandeep’s yellow card resulted in India conceding two late goals and made the match look closer than it actually was And it practically cancelled out the two assists he made For some reason Mandeep was named Man of the Match a decision that Oltmans too did not agree with “I have nothing against Mandeep” Oltmans said despite the fact that he gave the striker a piece of his mind when he was sent off “But for me the real man of the match was this man” the Dutchman added pointing towards skipper Harjeet Singh The 21-year-old probably would’ve been an ideal choice Harjeet once said he enjoys creating goal-scoring chances for his teammates more than scoring them himself It’s the kind of selflessness that makes him a great leader of an energetic extremely promising team England are a team high on confidence They earned a podium finish at the European Championships earlier this year had a string of good performances before landing in Lucknow and on Friday received a massive shot in the arm after their funding for the Tokyo Olympics was increased by 2 million to 18 million The confidence reflected in the manner in which they began They created a chance within the first two minutes but an unmarked Edward Horler inexplicably failed to get a shot on target from a couple of feet from the goal However England’s persistence paid off in the 10th minute Liam Sanford’s run sliced open the Indian defence from the middle — cutting through five defenders — laying off for James Gall to tap in an easy goal Wobbly India For the first time in the evening the crowd lost its voice and on field India looked wobbly That’s when Harjeet decided to step up his game It didn’t take long either for things to click He took control of the midfield ensuring it didn’t lose its shape He barked out some orders to his teammates And suddenly the 3-5-2 formation started working with fluidity that coach Harendra Singh expected it to England had packed the centre of the field so Harjeet would distribute the ball to the wingers who made incisive runs to create enough panic in England’s defence Parwinder Singh on the right Gurjant Singh in a floating role and Armaan Qureshi in the front started to read their captain’s moves and acted accordingly It was all happening at such blinding pace that England were often caught unaware They tried to fight fire with fire — countering India’s ‘ridiculously speedy’ movements as described by their coach Jon Blebby with quick counterattacks of their own But it hurt them more In a 20-minute span (last 10 minutes of first half and opening 10 of the second) England’s one-goal lead had turned into a three-goal deficit Harjeet played role in almost every goal Blebby would later rue the strategy adopted by his boys That combined with two missed penalty corners at crucial moments – last minute of first half and late in the second period – frustrated Blebby further But the two goals in the final moments lifted his spirits “It could’ve been 5-5 you know We weren’t that bad” he said Eventually it was Oltmans and Harendra who walked off slightly frustrated India had won But the lessons learnt from this match were far important than the three points For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Updated: February 5 2016 12:13 am BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi Related News ALLEGING that incidents of violence against women were on the rise under the Trinamool Congress government in West Bengal BJP national spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi on Thursday said she would soon write to the Ministry of Home Affairs on the issue Lashing out at the Mamata Banerjee-led government for unleashing ‘psychological terrorism’ in the state Lekhi said “It is a shame that a state which has a woman Chief Minister is topping the charts nationally as far as violence against women and teenage girls is concerned We seek redress for women who have been victims of domestic violence and sexual assault” “Instead of tackling these crimes the state government is creating separate brackets for compensation TMC has created a reign of psychological terror in the state and is using terror as a tactics to choke the voices which are raised against the government” Lekhi told reporters Thursday Share This Article Related Article Stating that she would write to the Union Home Ministry on the issue Lekhi said she would ask state BJP Mahila Morcha president Roopa Ganguly to write a petition to the National Commission for Womenwhich would direct the state government to take note of the incidents of rape and molestation and do the needful Citing examples of the Park Street rape incident and the nun gangrape case Lekhi said “The state government should shoulder the responsibility of the atrocities faced by women here The CM has only tried to hush up these incidents or blamed it on other parties For instance when the nun was raped she said it was the work of BJP workers who had punished her for converting but later it was found that her offenders had come from Bangladesh” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News The 35-year-old Golovkin (37-0, but refused to stay the conviction.It is shameful the way the government is functioning under Hooda. “It’s like a crime boss. 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