Tokyo Olympics: Indian hockey captain Manpreet Singh hands over bronze medal to mother, takes nap on her lap; check adorable pic

Tokyo Olympics: Indian hockey captain Manpreet Singh hands over bronze medal to mother, takes nap on her lap; check adorable pic
Tokyo Olympics: Indian hockey captain Manpreet Singh hands over bronze medal to mother, takes nap on her lap; check adorable pic

Tokyo Olympics: Indian hockey captain Manpreet Singh hands over bronze medal to mother, takes nap on her lap; check adorable pic – Indian hockey captain Manpreet Singh on Wednesday shared an adorable post on social media. It shows him sleeping on the lap of her mother while the Katter wore Bronze with full of smiles. 

 

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“Just seeing her smile and knowing how proud she is of me brings a smile to my face too- won’t be here without her,” he wrote along with a blessed emoji coupled with hashtags the real winner and love you mama. Manpreet Singh led India hockey to a historic bronze ending their 41 years drought of achieving an Olympic medal. India had previously won GOLD in 1980. 

Tokyo Olympics: Indian hockey captain Manpreet Singh hands over bronze medal to mother, takes nap on her lap; check adorable pic

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Earlier, the India captain posted a photo of his team with medals in hand posing at the logo of the Olympics. “Finally, Olympics Games 2020 has come to an end! Thank you #Tokyo for the memories and making our dreams come true 🇮🇳 #TeamIndia #Hockey #OneFamily,” Manpreet wrote in the caption of the photo. 

 

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Tokyo Olympics: Medal winners receive ‘Grand Welcome’, felicitated by Govt; As it happened; watch videos

The Indian team got a Grand welcome from thousands of fans on return as well as felicitated by the government in grandeur way possible.

There were many firsts in India’s campaign at Tokyo Olympics 2020, including the biggest ever 128-member athlete contingent, seven Olympic Medals, first Olympic gold medal in an athletics event, two successive medals in consecutive Games by Sindhu, and a medal(bronze) by the Indian men’s team in hockey after a gap of 41 years. Also, the women’s hockey team achieved its best-ever fourth-place finish in the Games.

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