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India team�s performance can only go up: Udanta

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NEW DELHI, May 14: India international Udanta Singh feels that the Kings Cup tournament in Thailand next month will be a chance to show the upward graph in national team�s performance after its creditable show at the Asian Cup earlier this year.

The Indian team was on the verge of making to the knock-out rounds of the Asian Cup in the UAE in January before a late goal by Bahrain dashed its hopes. The team will play in the Kings Cup starting June 5 in Thailand.

�In the AFC Asian Cup, we showed what we are capable of. We were unlucky not to progress through to the next round. But our win over Thailand was a statement of our abilities as a young team,� Udanta said.

�We can only go upwards from here and the Kings Cup will be another good platform to grow,� the India winger was quoted as saying by the official website of the All India Football Federation.

India play Caribbean nation Curacao in their opening match of the King�s Cup on June 5 at Buriram, Thailand.

The fleet-footed Manipuri said strength and conditioning plays a major role in the off-season and one can exceed his athletic capabilities with a proper programme when not engaged with football. � PTI

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India team�s performance can only go up: Udanta

NEW DELHI, May 14: India international Udanta Singh feels that the Kings Cup tournament in Thailand next month will be a chance to show the upward graph in national team�s performance after its creditable show at the Asian Cup earlier this year.

The Indian team was on the verge of making to the knock-out rounds of the Asian Cup in the UAE in January before a late goal by Bahrain dashed its hopes. The team will play in the Kings Cup starting June 5 in Thailand.

�In the AFC Asian Cup, we showed what we are capable of. We were unlucky not to progress through to the next round. But our win over Thailand was a statement of our abilities as a young team,� Udanta said.

�We can only go upwards from here and the Kings Cup will be another good platform to grow,� the India winger was quoted as saying by the official website of the All India Football Federation.

India play Caribbean nation Curacao in their opening match of the King�s Cup on June 5 at Buriram, Thailand.

The fleet-footed Manipuri said strength and conditioning plays a major role in the off-season and one can exceed his athletic capabilities with a proper programme when not engaged with football. � PTI