Aiming for a better penalty corner conversion rate :: Arman Qureshi
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Aiming for a better penalty corner conversion rate :: Arman Qureshi

Aiming for a better penalty corner conversion rate :: Arman QureshiNew Delhi | September | Tuesday | 29, 2015 :: With the excitement gearing up for the much awaited 5th Sultan of Johor Cup, the India Junior Men Team looks in no ambiguity to retain the title and assert themselves as the third time reigning champions in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

Among the bunch of talented young forwards, one player to set the eyes upon will be 20-year old Arman Qureshi, who has always made the team proud of his artistic moves and swift attacking skills. He is one of the most active players on ground and has an ability to penetrate confidently in the opponent’s D with a credit of scoring most crucial goals for his team.

Forward players Gurjant Singh, Ajay Yadav and Parvinder Singh will also share Arman’s responsibility and keep the opponent’s defenders at bay. Completely motivated to give a tough time to the opponents, the Junior Men are leaving no scope of slip-ups and certain to keep the winning record intact in the upcoming tournament.

Speaking on the upcoming tournament, forward Arman Qureshi said, “The team is very confident of the fact that we are the two-time champions of the Sultan of Johor Cup and we look to retain the title this time around too. This has made us even more positive of playing the matches ahead. During our practice sessions, we have made good progress and aim for a better penalty corner conversion rate. We want to make our attack even stronger in the upcoming matches and look forward to carry out our game strategies firmly to claim the title.”

The 5th Sultan of Johor Cup for Jr. Men will commence on 11th October 2015 and India will be playing Pakistan on the opening day at 16.05 IST.

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