Playing in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015, Dharamvir Singh completes his 100th International Cap
– Hockey India congratulates the Midfielder on his achievement
New Delhi, 12 April 2015: In the ongoing Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015 in Ipoh, Malaysia, another achievement was added to Indian midfielder Dharamvir Singh who played his 100th international match yesterday against Australia. Dharamvir, who made his international debut in 2009 against Canada in the Test Series, is a regular member of national hockey team and has been part of the team in various international tournaments.
Congratulating Dharamvir Singh on his celebratory achievement, Hockey India’s Secretary General Md. Mushtaque Ahmad said, “Hockey India is extremely delighted for Dharmvir Singh’s achievement of 100 international matches. The midfielder has been an integral part of Indian team and always gives his best performance in matches of all levels. His journey from a young talent in the Junior National Team to an experienced Senior member, has seen many successes where he has played a vital role for the team’s midfield. Hockey India takes utmost pride in congratulating Dharamvir on his accomplishment of 100 International Caps. We wish him all the best for the upcoming tournaments and hope to see him bringing more achievements for Team India.”
Playing as midfielder, the 24-year-old Dharamvir Singh is one of the key players in the national team. Hailing from Ropar (Punjab), Dharamvir is a product of Chandigarh Hockey Academy. He has participated in all international tournaments since his debut in 2009. In 2014, he participated in the Hero Hockey World League Final 2014, FIH Hockey World Cup 2014, 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, 17th Asian Games in Incheon and Hero Men’s Champions Trophy 2014.