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Indian men's hockey team wins bronze at Tokyo Olympics: SRK praises skill, Akshay Kumar joins

Thursday started with a big win for the Indian contingent at the Tokyo Olympics when the Indian men's hockey team beat Germany to win the bronze medal, ending a wait of 41 years. To celebrate this, Shahrukh Khan wished the boys on Twitter and wrote, "Wow!! Indian Men’s Hockey Team Congratulations. Resilience and skill at their peak. What an exciting match." Not only that, Akshay Kumar was quick to send love to the men's hockey team for their victory at the Tokyo Olympics after 41 years.

Indian Hockey Team Wins Bronze

Akshay Kumar wrote, "Congratulations Team India on rewriting history! An Olympic medal after 41 years! What a match, what a comeback! #Tokyo2020". Anil Kapoor was thrilled to see the great victory of the Indian men's team and retweeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's tweet. He wrote: "Phenomenal win .. wish my dad was alive to see this historic day will be happy up there .. Thank you so much men’s hockey team ..congratulations !!!" Rahul Bose also praised the Indian men's hockey team for their skill on the field by beating Germany 5-4 and winning the bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics. He wrote: "The Indian men’s hockey team. You beauties. Well played, Germany. #OlympicBronze Congratulations @sports_odisha!" 

Other stars such as Ishaan Khatter, Ananya Panday, Nimrat Kaur, and Sophie Chaudhry also congratulated the Indian men's hockey team on their huge victory at the 2020 Olympics.

The match between India and Germany started today and after a close counterattack, the Indian goalkeeper eventually managed to end the Indian hockey team's 41-year wait for a medal at the Olympics. Simranjit Singh scored two goals during the match, while Hardik Singh, Harmanpreet Singh, and Rupinder Pal Singh also joined in to score goals for the team. The great victory brought joy to the whole country and many celebrities poured love into the Indian men's hockey team.

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