Men Field Hockey VIIIth Asia Cup 2009 Kuantan (MAS) 09-16.05 - Winner South Korea
Gamedatetimeteam 1scoreteam 2HT
Final16.0519:30South Korea1-0Pakistan0-0 Goal
aET ; Pen. 7-6 (3-3) - CHN OOXOX-OOOO ; MAS XOXXO OOOX Stats
5-615.0517:00India5-1Japan2-1 Goals
1/214.0517:00South Korea5-1China1-1 Goals
1/214.0519:30Pakistan4-2Malaysia1-1 Goal
5-714.0509:00India11-1Bangladesh3-0 Goals
Tournament re-sheduled from Dubai to Kuantan. Sri Lanka replaced Oman, but later withdrew.
Final rankingPwdlgfga
1. South Korea1341019:4
2. Pakistan72118:6
3. China30317:11
4. Malaysia822117:10
eliminated in Groups Round
5. India721120:7
6. Japan31039:12
7. Bangladesh00042:32
-. Sri Lanka DNS
South Korea qualified to World Cup World Men 2010.
Bangladesh and Oman qualified from 3rd AHF Cup Men II 2008.
Oman withdrew and was replaced by Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka also withdrew few days before the start.
Topscorer: Kim Ning-Hoon (KOR)
Best Player: You Hyo-Sik (KOR)
Best Goalkeeper: Kumar Subramaniam (MAS)
Final Man of the Match: Hong Eun-Seung (KOR)

Groups Round

First 2 to Semi-Finals. Rest to classification.
Group Apwdlgfga
1. South Korea721013:3
2. Malaysia721012:3
3. Japan31028:7
4. Bangladesh00031:21
South Korea---1:13:29:0
Malaysia ---4:17:1
Japan ---5:0
Bangladesh ---
datetimeteam 1scoreteam 2HT
09.0517:00South Korea1-1Malaysia0-1 Goals
09.0519:00Japan5-0Bangladesh2-0 Goals
11.0517:00South Korea3-2Japan3-1 Goals
11.0519:00Malaysia7-1Bangladesh4-1 Goals
12.0517:00South Korea9-0Bangladesh4-0 Goals
12.0519:00Malaysia4-1Japan2-0 Goals
Group Bpwdlgfga
1. Pakistan41004:3
2. China20203:3
3. India10114:5
-. Sri Lanka DNS
China ---2:2
India ---
datetimeteam 1scoreteam 2HT
09.0515:00Pakistan1-1China0-0 Goals
10.0518:00Pakistan3-2India1-1 Goals
12.0515:00China2-2India0-2 Goals
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