Men Field Hockey 3rd World Cup 1975 Kuala Lumpur (MAS) - 01-15.03 Winner India
Finals
GamedateMteam 1scoreteam 2HT
Final15.0342India2-1Pakistan0-1
0-1 Mohammad Saeed 17'; 1-1 Surjeet Singh 44'PC; 2-1 Ashok Kumar Singh 51'
3-415.0341West Germany4-0Malaysia2-0
1-0 Ralf Lauruschkat 4'PC; 2-0 Wolfgang Strfodter 17'PC; 3-0 4-0 Peter Trump 48' 63'
5-614.0340Australia3-1England1-0
1-0 2-0 Jim Irvine 17'PC 43'PC; 2-1 James Neale 65'PC; 3-1 Robert Haigh 69'PS; scheduled for 13.03 (Mindef Stadium 'A')
7-814.0337New Zealand2-1Spain1-1
1-0 Ramesh Patel 27'; 1-1 Jorge Fabregas 28'PC; 2-1 Albert Parkin 46'; scheduled for 13.03
9-1014.0335Netherlands3-1Poland1-0
1-0 Hans Kruize 23'; 1-1 Ryszard Stefanski 36'; 2-1 Ties Kruize 53'; 3-1 Hans Kruize 69'; scheduled for 13.03 (Kilat Club)
11-1214.0339Argentina6-0Ghana2-0
Hector Marinoni, Gustavo Paolucci 3, Jorge Disera, Flavio de Giacomi
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Semi-Finals
GamedateMteam 1scoreteam 2HT
1/213.0336Pakistan5-1West Germany1-0
1-0 Samiullah 7'; 2-0 Mansoor jr 38'; 3-0 Manzoor-ul-Hassan 42'PC; 4-0 Mansoor jr 55'; 5-0 Manzoor-ul-Hassan 46'PS; 5-1 Horst Drose 60'
1/214.0338India3-2Malaysia0-1
aET ; FT 2-2 ; 0-1 Poon Fok Lok 32'; 1-1 Shivaji Pawar 40'; 1-2 N. Sri Sanmuganathan 42'PC; 2-2 Aslam Sher Khan 65'PC; Golden Goal: 3-2 Harcharan Singh 79'
match began at 13.03 but was abandoned after 7' (Merdeka Stadium)
5-812.0333England5-4Spain3-3
aET ; FT 4-4 ; 1-0 Paul Svehlik 5'PC; 1-1 Francisco Segura 12'; 2-1 Ian McGinn 17'; 3-1 Paul Svehlik 28'PC; 3-2 Jorge Fabregas 31'; 3-3 Jose Salles 35'; 4-3 Jose Borrell 58'; 4-4 Steve Long 68'; 5-4 Paul Svehlik 86'PC; scheduled for 11.03 (Kilat Club)
5-812.0334Australia5-0New Zealand3-0
1-0 Robert Haigh 15'; 2-0 Richard Charlesworth 15'; 3-0 4-0 Jim Irvine 29' 46'; 5-0 Richard Charlesworth 60'; scheduled for 11.03 (Mindef Stadium 'A')
9-1212.0331Poland3-2Ghana0-0
aET ; FT 2-2 ; 1-0 Henryk Grotowski 37'; 1-1 Andy Sam 45'; 2-1 Henryk Grotowski 56'; 2-2 E Aboagye 57'; 3-1 Stefan Otulakowski 104'PS
9-1212.0332Netherlands5-0Argentina4-0
1-0 Patty Mundt 10'PC; 2-0 Ties Kruize 15'PS; 3-0 Ron Steens 27'; 4-0 Jan Boerma 32'; 5-0 Ron Steens 62'; scheduled for 11.03 (Mindef Stadium 'B')

Final Ranking

Groups Round

Qualification

Final RankingPwdlgfga1973
1. India1151119:82.
2. Pakistan1042120:94.
3. West Germany941218:143.
4. Malaysia82238:1111.
eliminated in Groups Round.
5. Australia1042124:7
6. England731319:176.
7. New Zealand73137:127.
8. Spain521410:165.
9. Netherlands731317:101.
10.Poland521412:18
11.Argentina731315:179.
12.Ghana00076:36
Asia (3): 1. 2. 4.
Europe (5): 3. 6. 8. 9. 10.
Oceania (2): 5. 7.
America (1): 11.
Africa (1): 12.
Qualification
Malaysia - Host and Asia.
Netherlands, India, West Germany, Pakistan, Spain, England and New Zealand from Men 1973 - First 7.
Poland from Europe Men 1974 - 5th.
Australia from Oceania.
Argentina America Men WQ 1974 - 1st.
Ghana Africa Men 1974 - 1st.
Top Scorers: (175 goals – 4.16 per game)
ScorerGFGPCPS
1. Ties Kruize (NED)7115
1. Manzoor-ul-Hassan (PAK)7052
1. Stefan Otulakowski (POL)7052
4. Gustavi Paolucci (ARG)6111
3 more goals
5. Andy Sam (GHA)5410
5. Jim Irvine (AUS)5230
5. Graeme Walter (AUS)5500
5. Paul Svehlik (ENG)5140
5. Mohammad Saeed (PAK)5410

Groups Round.

First 2 to Semi-Finals. Rest to classification.
Group Apwdlgfga
1. Pakistan832014:6
2. Malaysia62216:4
3. Spain52125:9
4. New Zealand52125:6
5. Poland31138:13
6. Netherlands31139:9
TeamPakiMalaSpaiNewPolaNeth
Pakistan---2:15:02:02:23:3
Malaysia ---0:00:03:12:1
Spain ---1:04:1
New Zealand ---3:22:1
Poland ---2:1
Netherlands 3:0 ---
dateMteam 1scoreteam 2HT
01.031Malaysia0-0New Zealand0-0
02.035Pakistan2-2Poland0-1
0-1 Stefan Otulakowski 4'PC ; 1-1 Manzoor-ul-Hassan 40'PC; 2-1 Samiullah 52'; 2-2 Stefan Otulakowski 60'PS
03.036Malaysia0-0Spain0-0
04.0311New Zealand2-1Netherlands0-0
1-0 Tony Ineson 39'PC ; 1-1 Ties Kruize 49'PC; 2-1 Ramesh Patel 64'
05.0313Spain4-1Poland3-1
0-1 Stefan Otulakowski 19'PC; 1-1 Juan Amat 24'PC; 2-1 Ricardo Cabot 25'PS; 3-1 Juan Amat 28'PC; 4-1 Jose Borrell 41'
05.0314Pakistan3-3Netherlands2-1
0-1 Ties Kruize 17'PS; 1-1 Manzoor-ul-Hassan 20'PS; 2-1 Mohamed Saeed 32'PC; 2-2 Ties Kruize 42'PS; 2-3 Jan Boerma 54'; 3-3 Akhtar Rasool 57'
06.038Malaysia3-1Poland1-1
1-0 A Francis 13'PC; 1-1 Stefan Otulakowksi 27'PC; 2-1 N Sri Shanmuganathan 60'PS; 3-1 M Mahendran 63'PS ; Schedilled for 04.03 (Mindef Stadium 'A')
06.0316Pakistan2-0New Zealand0-0
1-0 Samiullah 39'PC; 2-0 Mohamad Saeed 54'
07.0321Spain1-0New Zealand0-0
1-0 Jose Salles 44'; played in Ipoh
09.033Netherlands3-0Spain0-0
1-0 Jan Boerma 45'; 2-0 Ad Boelaars 63'; 3-0 Jan Boerma 67'PC ; Schedulled for 02.03.(T.P.C.A.)
09.0326Pakistan2-1Malaysia1-0
1-0 Mohamad Saeed 14'; 1-1 Poon Fook Loke 67'; 2-1 Manzoor-ul-Hassan 68'PC
09.0330New Zealand3-2Poland1-2
0-1 Jan Sitek 6'; 0-2 Jan Mielniczak 20'; 1-2 2-2 Ramesh Patel 32' 60'PS; 3-2 Tony Ineson 66'PC; scheduled for 10.03 (Police Depot)
10.0323Pakistan5-0Spain2-0
1-0 Manzoor-ul-Hassan 15'PC; 2-0 Mohamad Saeed 20'; 3-0 Mohammad Azam 41'; 2-0 Manzoor-ul-Hassan 55'PC; 5-0 Samiullah 57'; scheduled for 08.03 (Kilat Club)
10.0325Poland2-1Netherlands0-0
0-1 Ties Kruize 48'PS; 1-1 2-2 Stefan Otulakowski 52'PC 62'PC; scheduled for 09.03 (Police Depot)
11.0322Malaysia2-1Netherlands1-0
1-0 Poon Fook Loke 21'; 1-1 Ties Kruize 63'PS; 2-1 N Sri Shanmuganathan 68'PC ; scheduled for 07.03 (Kilat Club)
Interrupted and continued later games
dateteam 1scoreteam 2min.cont.
06.03Spain0-0New Zealand45'07.03
07.03Malaysia---Netherlands45`11.03
Group Bpwdlgfga
1. India731114:5
2. West Germany731113:9
3. Australia622116:6
4. England521213:10
5. Argentina52129:12
6. Ghana00054:27
TeamIndiWeGeAustEnglArgeGhan
India---3:11:12:1 7:0
West Germany ---2:23:04:23:2
Australia --- 3:09:0
England 3:1---3:36:1
Argentina2:1 ---2:1
Ghana ---
dateMteam 1scoreteam 2HT
02.032India2-1England2-1
1-0 Victor J Philips 13'PS; 1-1 James Neale 21'; 2-1 Victor J Philips 27'PC ; played in Penang
02.034Australia9-0Ghana4-0
1-0 Trevor Smith 16PS, 2-0 Graeme Walter 18'; 3-0 Terry Walsh 26'; 4-0 5-0 Graeme Walter 34' 38'; 6-0 Steve Marshall 52'; 7-0 Ian Cooke 57PC; 8-0 Graeme Walter 60'; 9-0 Greg Browning 67'
03.037West Germany4-2Argentina1-1
Jorge Sabbione 12'PC; 1-1 Wolfgand Strodter 17'PC; 1-1 Michael Peter 40'PS; 3-1 Werner Kaessmann 43'; 4-1 Peter Trump 57'; 4-2 Alberto Sabbione 65PS
05.0312England3-1Australia2-1
1-0 2-0 David Whitaker 22PS 24PS; 2-1 Ian Cooke 33'PC; 3-1 Paul Svehlik 43'PC
05.0315West Germany3-2Ghana1-1
1-0 Uli Vos 23'; 1-1 Andy Sam 35'; 2-1 Uli Vos 60'; 2-2 Andy Sam 64'PC; 3-2 Siefert Rainer 66'
07.0319Argentina2-1Ghana1-0
1-0 2-0 Gustavo Paolucci 27'PC 46'PS'; 2-1 Andy Sam 57'
07.0320India1-1Australia1-1
1-0 B P Govinda 3'; 1-1 Jim Irvine 12'PC
08.0310India7-0Ghana3-0
1-0 Surjit Singh 3'PC; 2-0 BP Govinda 9'; 3-0 Aslam Sher Khan 11'PC; 4-0 Mohinder Singh 44'PS; 5-0 Ashok Kumar 47'; 6-0 7-0 Mohinder Singh 56'PS 59'PS ; scheduled for 04.03 (Mindef Stadium 'A')
08.0318England3-3Argentina0-2
0-1 Gustavo Paolucci 19'; 0-2 Alfredo Quaquarini 32'; 1-2 James Neale 36'PS; 1-3 Alberto Sabbione 38'PS; 2-3 Steve Long 52'; 3-3 James Neale 64'; scheduled for 06.03 (Kilat Club)
08.0324West Germany2-2Australia0-0
1-0 Paul Lissek 37'; 2-0 Michael Peter 65'PS; 2-1 Robert Haigh 66'LC; 2-2 Malcolm Poole 68'PC (at Seremban)
09.0327West Germany3-0England1-0
1-0 Wolfgang Strodter 22'PC; 2-0 Uli Vos 55'; 3-0 Rainer Seifert 64' (at Seremban)
09.0328Argentina2-1India2-1
0-1 Harcharan Singh 21'; 1-1 Flavio de Giacomi 28'; 2-1 Ernesto Barreiros 34'
10.039Australia3-0Argentina1-0
1-0 Graene Walter 34'; 2-0 Wayne Hammond 40'PC; 3-0 Greg Browning 66'; scheduled for 04.03 (Police Depot)
10.0317India3-1West Germany1-1
1-0 Harcharan Singh 21'; 1-1 Fritz Schmidt 27'PC; 2-1 Mohinder Singh 37'PS; 3-1 Shivaji Pawar 56'; scheduled for 06.03 (Merdeka Stadium)
11.0329England6-1Ghana3-0
1-0 Steve Long 5'PC; 2-0 3-0 4-0 Brian Disbury 11'PC 27'51'; 4-1 Andy Sam 52'; 5-1 Stephen Long 53'PC; 6-1 Paul Svehlik 67'
Interrupted and continued later games
dateMteam 1scoreteam 2min.cont.
07.0318England0-1Argentina35`08.03
07.0317India1-0West Germany10`10.03
India 2-1 England
India: Leslie Fernandez, Michael Kindo, Surjit Singh, Varinder Singh, Ajitpal Singh (C), Mohinder Singh, VJ Phillips, Ashok Kumar, Harinder Jit (Shivaji Pawar), BP Govinda, Harcharan Singh
England: Peter Mills, Paul Thomas, David Brian Whiteker, David Backomore, Bernard Cotton (C), David Aldridge, Brian Mascott (Colin Campbell), Ian Stuart, Ronald Brookeman, James Linaker, Stephen Lawsell
Umpires: PS Lathouwers (NED), G. Vijayanathan (MAS)
India: Leslie Fernandez, Michael Kindo, Surjit Singh, Aslam Sher Khan, Varinder Singh, Ajitpal Singh (C), Mohinder Singh, Onkar Singh, VJ Phillips, BP Govinda, Harinder Jit Chimni, PE Kalaiah, Harcharan Singh, Shivaji Pawar, Ashok Kumar
Manager: Balbir Singh Sr.; Coach: Gurucharan Singh.
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