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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup men’s international hockey tournament

India met Pakistan in a fiery match, both teams playing at their best from the get-go. Barely five minutes into the match, Pakistan forced a penalty corner and managed to convert it through Waqas Muhammad. India did the same, and equalised through Rupinder Pal Singh the next minute, and took the lead shortly after, ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup men’s international hockey tournament

New Zealand finally managed a win in their third game here at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2013, when they played against Korea at Stadium Azlan Shah hockey stadium. Korea seemed as though they couldn't find their footing, missing many chances. Despite three penalty corners in the second half, they didn't convert any. As Korea conceded two ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup men’s international field hockey

Despite being the lowest ranked team at SAS Cup 2013, Malaysia lived up to expectations as the most experienced, when they edged defending champions New Zealand to a 2 - 1 win. The excitement began only in the second half, when senior player Chua Boon Huat netted a goal less than six minutes after the ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup men’s international field hockey

The match between Korea and India was, unfortunately, lacklustre. If Korea had failed to convert numerous penalty corners in the first half of the match, it was the same situation with India in the second half. The golden moment of the game was when Korea's Kang Moon Kweon hit the ball from outside the D and ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup men’s international field hockey

On Day 2, Australia sent out a strong message to their opponents at the 22nd Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2013 when they trounced Pakistan 6 to nil. Pakistan seemed helpless in their defence at times, but their weakness was the fact that the players hogged the ball for too long when they should pass it to ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2013

Malaysia gave local hockey fans something to cheer about, by winning their match against Korea, 3 - 2. Compared to the other teams where many of the players are making their international debut, Malaysia is one of the more "experienced" teams. However, hockey is a very swift sport and with the teams all ranking pretty ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2013

6-time Sultan Azlan Shah Cup champions Australia has always been the team to beat. Again, like many other teams at this tournament, coach extraordinaire Ric Charlesworth has brought with him five young players making their international debut. While they should be given the exposure at an international level, Australia is also vying to bag their ... continue reading »

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