Air India won Guru Tegh Bahadur Hockey title after 7 years
Air India's goalkeeper Adrian D'Souza got the player of the final award from the tournament's organizers, Mumbai Hockey Association Limited. Army’s goalkeeper Najmudeen was declared as the best goalkeeper in the tournament.
Air India's Hockey team on 27 August 2015 won the Guru Tegh Bahadur Hockey title. In the finals played at the MHA-Mahindra Stadium in Mumbai, Air India defeated defending champions Army XI 3-1 via the penalty shoot-out after the two teams were deadlocked goalless in regular play.
Air India regained the title after seven years. Last time, it won the title in 2008.
Air India's goalkeeper Adrian D'Souza won the Player of the final Award from the tournament's organizers, Mumbai Hockey Association Limited. Army’s goalkeeper Najmudeen was declared as the Best Goalkeeper in the tournament.
The winning team got 1.5 lakh rupees, while the runners-up received 75000 rupees.
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