Men Field Hockey World Cup 1975 Kuala Lumpur (MAS) - 01-15.03 Winner India
Finals
Gamedateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
Final14.03India2-1Pakistan0-1
0-1 Zahid 17'; 1-1 Surjeet Singh 25'PC; 2-1 Ashok Kumar
3-415.03West Germany4-0Malaysia2-0
5-614.03Australia3-1England1-0
7-814.03New Zealand2-1Spain1-1
9-1014.03Netherlands3-1Poland1-0
11-1214.03Argentina6-0Ghana2-0
1/213.03Pakistan5-1West Germany1-0
1/214.03India3-2Malaysia0-1
aET ; FT 2-2 ; 0-1 Poon Fok Lok ; 1-1 Shivaji Pawar ; 1-2 N. Sri Sanmuganathan PC; 2-2 AAslam Sher Khan 67'PC; Golde Goal: 3-2 Harcharan Singh 73'
5-812.03England5-4Spain3-3
aET ; FT 4-4
5-812.03Australia5-0New Zealand3-0
9-1212.03Poland3-2Ghana0-0
aET ; FT 2-2
9-1212.03Netherlands5-0Argentina4-0
Final rankingPwdlgfga
1. India951119:8
2. Pakistan1042120:9
3. West Germany941218:14
4. Malaysia82238:11
eliminated in Groups Round.
5. Australia1042124:7
6. England731319:17
7. New Zealand73137:12
8. Spain521410:16
9. Netherlands731317:10
10.Poland521412:18
11.Argentina731315:16
12.Ghana00075:36
Qualification
Malaysia - Host and Asia.
Netherlands, India, West Germany, Pakistan, Spain, England and New Zealnd 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.
Goalscorers
1. Ties Kruize (NED)7
1. Manzoor-ul-Hassan (PAK)7
1. Stefan Otulakowski (POL)7
4. Gustavi Paolucci (ARG)6
5. Andy Sam (GHA)5
5. Jim Irvine (AUS)5
5. Graeme Walter (AUS)5
5. Paul Shvelik (ENG)5
5. Mohammad Saeed (PAK)5

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 ---
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
01.03Malaysia0-0New Zealand0-0
02.03Pakistan2-2Poland0-1
03.03Malaysia0-0Spain0-0
04.03New Zealand2-1Netherlands0-0
05.03Spain4-1Poland3-1
05.03Pakistan3-3Netherlands2-1
06.03Malaysia3-1Poland1-1
06.03Pakistan2-0New Zealand0-0
07.03Spain1-0New Zealand0-0
09.03Netherlands3-0Spain0-0
09.03New Zealand3-2Poland1-2
09.03Pakistan2-1Malaysia1-0
10.03Poland2-1Netherlands0-0
10.03Pakistan5-0Spain2-0
11.03Malaysia2-1Netherlands1-0
Interrupted and continued later games
dateteam 1scoreteam 2min.cont.
07.03Malaysia---Netherlands45`11.03
Group Bpwdlgfga
1. India731114:5
2. West Germany731113:9
3. Australia622116:6
4. England521213:10
5. Argentina52129:11
6. Ghana00053:27
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 ---2:0
Ghana ---
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
02.03India2-1England2-1
VJ Philips 2
02.03Australia9-0Ghana4-0
03.03West Germany4-2Argentina1-1
05.03England3-1Australia2-1
05.03West Germany3-2Ghana1-1
07.03Argentina2-0Ghana1-0
07.03India1-1Australia1-1
08.03India7-0Ghana3-0
08.03England3-3Argentina0-1
08.03West Germany2-2Australia0-0
09.03West Germany3-0England1-0
09.03Argentina2-1India2-1
10.03Australia3-0Argentina1-0
10.03India3-1West Germany1-1
Harcharan Singh, Mohinder Singh, VJ Philips
11.03England6-1Ghana3-0
Interrupted and continued later games
dateteam 1scoreteam 2min.cont.
07.03England0-1Argentina35`08.03
07.03India1-0West Germany10`10.03
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