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hockey Malaysia

In an emotionally-charged third match of the 9th Asia Cup men's field hockey tournament on Day 1, Malaysia put up a good performance to score 10 goals against 2 from Chinese-Taipei (Taiwan). The stadium paid tribute to the late national player Chua Boon Huat (Marcus) with a minute's silence. He was killed in a road accident ... continue reading »

Asia Cup men’s hockey

The second match of the tournament saw Pakistan bring their score to seven goals with Captain Muhammad Imran converting a penalty corner in the final seconds of the game against Japan. Japan coach, Kang Keonwook, admitted that the first half was played pretty badly but was confident that despite this result, they would improve in their ... continue reading »

Asia Cup men’s hockey

India thrashed Oman 8 - 0 in the opening match of the 9th Asia Cup men's field hockey tournament currently being hosted in Ipoh, Malaysia. Scoring 4-0 in the first half, the Indians changed tactics in the second half to try to put a bit more pressure on their opponents. Oman's coach, Oliver Michael Kurtz, had expected ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup finals

First time in the finals of a Sultan Azlan Shah tournament, New Zealand (in black) played a solid game with a 1-nil score to lift the trophy. It was a tight match and there were quite a few chances for Argentina (in blue) to score but they failed to capitalise on them. Moreover, New Zealand's goalkeeper ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2012

India (in blue) hadn't really played well throughout this Azlan Shah Cup tournament. However, watching this 3rd & 4th place playoff match, it looked like the team stepped up their game one notch, as if their blend of experience and youth finally gelled. Great Britain (in white) took a tactical risk by pulling out their goalkeeper ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2012

This match was crucial for Pakistan (in green) - they needed a win against Great Britain (in white), to ensure they did not finish at the bottom of this tournament. Well, Murphy's Law dictates that If anything could go wrong, it would. And so, Pakistan failed to pull off a win, conceding two goals in ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2012

In a match that would have made no difference on the classification matches on Sunday, South Korea (in red) and New Zealand (in black) still played a very entertaining match, with Korea converting a penalty corner with less than two minutes on the clock. According to Korean team coach, Shin Seok-Kyo, they came into the tournament ... continue reading »

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