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Asia Cup hockey

It was a crucial match for Pakistan, where this tournament was their last chance to qualify for the World Cup at The Hague in the Netherlands next year. Unfortunately, by losing to Korea 1 - 2, Pakistan will, for the first time in 42 years, fail to qualify for the World Cup, a tournament that they ... continue reading »

Asia Cup men’s hockey

Malaysia started the match listlessly and allowed Japan two goals before clamouring to a win with four goals to two. It was a dangerous situation for Malaysia, but now that they are in the semi-finals, and will meet India next, thus it will be a serious test for the team. India is trying to get ... continue reading »

Asia Cup men’s field hockey tournament

It was a very tight match when India met Korea on the third day of the 9th Asia Cup men's hockey tournament that's hosted in Ipoh, Malaysia right now. Basically, it was because India just had to win the match, to avoid meeting Pakistan. And Korea, although already qualified for the World Cup at The Hague ... continue reading »

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 2013

The 22nd Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2013 invitational international men's field hockey, which began on 9th March, wrapped up on Sunday night (17th March), after six days of game-play, three matches a day, with much fanfare and glitz. 22nd Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2013 Final Results: Champions: Australia Runners-up: Malaysia 3rd: Korea 4th: New Zealand 5th: India 6th: Pakistan There were only six ... continue reading »

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