Sports Bulletin: World’s largest hockey stadium to be built in Sundergarh, Nadal’s victory in Italian Open, read big news

Sports Bulletin of May 13

Our today’s sports bulletin will provide updates from the National National Hockey Championship to the Italian Open Football

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The country’s largest hockey stadium is being built in Sundargarh district, which has given Indian hockey legends like Dilip Tirkey. The cost of construction of this stadium is Rs 200 crore. The Indian football team lost 1-2 to Indian Super League team ATK Mohun Bagan in a practice match at the Salt Lake Stadium on Wednesday.

Who got the victory in the National Hockey Championship, who lost

Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh displayed their best performance by registering big wins in their respective pools in the 12th Hockey India Senior Women’s National Championship here on Thursday. Tamil Nadu beat Arunachal Pradesh 12-0 in Pool F match, while Uttar Pradesh beat Gujarat by the same margin in Pool G. Hockey Andaman and Nicobar lost their match in Pool F without even taking the field. Due to this, Hockey Karnataka was declared the winner by 5-0. Earlier, Andhra Pradesh defeated Puducherry 16-0 in a Pool E match late on Wednesday night.

Inter Milan won the Italian Cup

Inter Milan won the title of the Italian Cup football competition by defeating Juventus 4–2 in an extra-time final. Ivan Perisic scored two goals for Inter in extra time. Earlier, Haken Calhanoglu leveled Inter with a controversial last-minute penalty in regular time. Earlier, Inter had taken the lead with Nicola Barela’s 6th-minute goal but Alex Sandro (50th) and Dusan Vlahovi (52nd) gave Juventus an impressive comeback with two goals in the space of two minutes.

India’s largest hockey ground is being built in Sudargarh

The country’s largest hockey stadium is being built in Sundergarh district, which has a capacity of 20,000 spectators, to give Indian hockey legends like Dilip Tirkey. This stadium, being built in the tribal area of ​​Odisha, has been named Birsa Munda International Hockey Stadium and it will be ready by October. The matches of the FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup will be played in this stadium in January next year. The Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar has a capacity of 15,000 spectators but during the World Cup, the Birsa Munda Stadium will see 20,000 spectators to support the Tokyo Olympic bronze medalist Indian team. The construction work of the stadium on the outskirts of Rourkela city was started in June last year. The cost of construction of this stadium is Rs 200 crore.

Indian team lost to ATK Mohun Bagan

Charismatic striker Sunil Chhetri scored a brilliant comeback from injury but that goal too could not save the Indian team from a 1-2 loss to Indian Super League team ATK Mohun Bagan in a warm-up match at the Yes Salt Lake Stadium on Wednesday. Making a comeback after seven months with an injury, the 37-year-old Indian captain Chhetri got India off to a great start with a goal from Glenn Martins’ cross. But the Indian team, playing without star center forward Sandesh Jhingan and Pritam Kotal (playing for ATK Mohun Bagan), soon came under pressure. Liston Colaco and rising youngster Kian Nasiri scored two goals within seven minutes for ATK Mohun Bagan. It was a face-to-face encounter for coach Igor Stimac’s team which will start as contenders in the 2023 Asian Cup qualifiers.

Nadal starts with victory at Italian Open

Former world number one Rafael Nadal has never suffered a loss in two consecutive matches on the clay court and he kept the record by defeating John Isner in the Italy Open tennis tournament on Wednesday. Spain’s Nadal defeated the American player 6-3, 6-1 to reach the third round. Nadal lost to 19-year-old Carlos Alcarez in the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open last week after he got a bye in the first round here. Nadal will next take on Denis Shapovalov of Canada, whom he defeated in the third round after coming back from a fall last year and also saved two match points.