India skipper Virat Kohli paid tribute to hockey legend Balbir Singh Sr, who gave up the ghost on Monday morning. The 3-time Olympic gold medallist were scuffling with for lifestyles since eight Might.
Hockey legend Balbir Singh Sr gave up the ghost on Monday (Picture tweeted by way of Ravi Shastri)
- India skipper Virat Kohli condoled the dying of hockey nice Balbir Singh Sr
- Balbir Singh Sr gave up the ghost on Monday morning. He used to be 95
- A bunch of others sports activities personalities additionally presented tribute to the hockey massive
Balbir Singh Sr, one in every of India’s biggest hockey avid gamers, gave up the ghost on Monday morning after scuffling with a sequence of well being problems for over 2 weeks. India skipper Virat Kohli mourned the lack of the Indian hockey massive and presented condolences to his circle of relatives.
Balbir Singh Sr breathed his closing on Monday morning in Mohali. The 3-time Olympic gold medallist and Global Cup-winning Staff Supervisor were scuffling with for lifestyles since eight Might.
Virat Kohli took to Twitter to pay tribute to the legend.
“Saddened to listen to in regards to the passing of the legend, Balbir Singh Sr. My ideas and prayers move out to his circle of relatives on this time of sorrow,” Virat Kohli tweeted.
Saddened to listen to in regards to the passing of the legend, Balbir Singh Sr. My ideas and prayers move out to his circle of relatives on this time of sorrow. @BalbirSenior
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) May 25, 2020
Balbir Singh Sr used to be 95 is survived by way of his daughter Sushbir and 3 sons Kanwalbir, Karanbir, and Gurbir.
The 3-time Olympic gold medallist used to be in a semi-comatose state since Might 18 and had evolved a blood clot in his mind after being first admitted to the clinic for bronchial pneumonia with prime fever.
Balbir Singh Sr’s Olympic medals got here within the 1948, 1952 and 1956 Summer time Video games.
He additionally coached the Indian staff which received the Bronze Medal on the 1971 Global Cup and used to be Supervisor of the Indian staff that received the Gold Medal on the 1975 Global Cup.
He had scored 5 objectives in India’s 6-1 victory over the Netherlands within the Gold medal fit of the 1952 Helsinki Olympics. Beneath his Captaincy, India scored 38 objectives and conceded none on its option to the Gold medal in 1956 Melbourne Olympics.