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Ashok Kumar, the son of Dhyan Chand, said penalty corner specialists have been the driving force behind Indian mens hockey teams success . The 74-year-old was a key member of the 1975 World Cup-winning team .

Ashok Kumar, the son of legendary Dhyan Chand, said that penalty corner specialists have been the driving force behind the Indian mens hockey team's success, and that the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham as well as the Paris Games in 2024 have a great chance of success, as Kumar said.Today, the 74-year-old, who was a key member of the 1975 World Cup-winning team, said that the Indian hockey team has shown that the golden days are behind them, His sadness is limited to playing alongside Balbir Singh and Inam-ur- Rehman, as well as the development of astro-turf technology.It killed hockey.