Men Field Hockey IX World Cup 1998 Utrecht (NED) - 21.05-01.06 Netherlands
Finals
Gamedateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
Final01.06NED Netherlands3-2ESP Spain0-1 Stats
After Over Time ; FT 2-2
3-401.06GER Germany1-0AUS Australia1-0 Stats
5-601.06PAK Pakistan4-2ENG England4-0
7-801.06KOR South Korea4-2CAN Canada1-1
9-1001.06IND India1-0NZL New Zealand0-0
11-1231.05Malaysia5-4POL Poland2-3
1/230.05ESP Spain3-0GER Germany1-0
1/230.05NED Netherlands6-2AUS Australia1-1
5-830.05ENG England2-1CAN Canada0-0
5-830.05PAK Pakistan3-1KOR South Korea1-0
9-1230.05NZL New Zealand3-2Malaysia2-1
9-1230.05IND India6-2POL Poland2-1
Final ranking
Teams Composition
Goalscorers
Final rankingPwdlgfga
1. Netherlands1860126:14
2. Spain1651119:7
3. Germany1651119:10
4. Australia1341226:10
eliminated in Groups Round.
5. Pakistan1550226:16
6. England930418:21
7. South Korea721414:18
8. Canada613316:18
9. India930413:19
10.New Zealand721411:15
11.Malaysia411511:29
12.Poland101610:32
Group AGroup B
Qualification
Europe (5): 1. 2. 3. 6. 12.
Oceania (2): 4. 10.
Asia (4): 5. 7. 9. 11.
America (1): 8.
Africa (-): -
Awards
Scorer: Jay Stacy (AUS)
Best Player: Oliver Domke (GER)
Goalkeeper: Ramon Jufresa (ESP)
Most Sportive: Shabbaz Ahmed Sr. (PAK)
Fair Play: Germany

Groups Round.

First to 1/2 Finals. Rest to Classification.
Draw in Brussels 06.06.1997.
Group Apwdlgfga
1. Germany1341018:7
2. Netherlands1240117:10
3. Canada613113:12
4. South Korea41139:13
5. New Zealand41138:12
6. India31046:17
TeamGermNethCanaSoKoNethIndi
Germany---5:14:42:13:04:1
Netherlands ---3:14:24:25:0
Canada ---1:13:34:1
South Korea --- 4:3
New Zealand 3:1---
India 1:0---
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
21.05NZL New Zealand3-1KOR South Korea1-0
21.05GER Germany4-1IND India4-0
21.05NED Netherlands3-1CAN Canada1-0
22.05CAN Canada1-1KOR South Korea0-0
22.05GER Germany3-0NZL New Zealand2-0
22.05NED Netherlands5-0IND India3-0
24.05CAN Canada3-3NZL New Zealand2-1
24.05KOR South Korea4-3IND India2-1
24.05GER Germany5-1NED Netherlands1-1
26.05GER Germany4-4CAN Canada2-2
26.05IND India1-0NZL New Zealand0-0
26.05NED Netherlands4-2KOR South Korea0-0
28.05CAN Canada4-1IND India1-1
28.05GER Germany2-1KOR South Korea1-0
28.05NED Netherlands4-2NZL New Zealand3-1
Group Bpwdlgfga
1. Australia1341024:3
2. Spain1341014:4
3. Pakistan930219:13
4. England620314:16
5. Poland10144:21
6. Malaysia10144:22
TeamAustSpaiPakiEnglPolaMala
Australia---2:23:13:08:08:0
Spain ---2:13:14:03:0
Pakistan ---7:53:17:2
England ---5:23:1
Poland ---1:1
Malaysia ---
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
21.05AUS Australia8-0POL Poland4-0
21.05PAK Pakistan7-2Malaysia4-0
21.05ESP Spain3-1ENG England1-0
23.05POL Poland1-1Malaysia1-1
23.05AUS Australia2-2ESP Spain1-2
23.05PAK Pakistan7-5ENG England4-2
25.05ESP Spain2-1PAK Pakistan1-0
25.05ENG England5-2POL Poland2-1
25.05AUS Australia8-0Malaysia1-0
27.05ESP Spain3-0Malaysia2-0
27.05PAK Pakistan3-1POL Poland2-0
27.05AUS Australia3-0ENG England2-0
28.05AUS Australia3-1PAK Pakistan3-0
28.05ESP Spain4-0POL Poland3-0
28.05ENG England3-1Malaysia1-1
Goalscorers
1. Jay Stacy (AUS)12
2. Bram Lomans (NED)9
3. Kamran Ashraf (PAK)7
3. Atif Bashir (PAK)7
3. Seong-tae Song (KOR)7
6. Calum Gimes (ENG)6
6. Javier Arnau (ESP)6

Teams Composition.

1. Netherlands
1. Ronald Jansen
2. Bram Lomans
3. Leo Klein Gebbink
4. Eric Jazet
5. Tycho van Meer
6. Wouter van Pelt
7. Sander van der Weide
8. Jacques Brinkman
9. Piet-Hein Geeris
10.Stephan Veen (C)
11.Rogier van't Hek
12.Jeroen Delm√e
13.Bart Looije
14.Teun De Nooijer
15.Remco van Wyk
16.Jarp Derk Buma
Coach.Roelant Oltmans
2. Spain
1. Ramon Jufresa
2. Xavier Ribas
3. Joaquin Malgosa
4. Jaime Amat
5. Francisco Fabregas
6. Jordi Arnau
7. Juan Escarre
8. Victor Pujol
9. Pablo Amat
10.Jordi Casas
11.Javier Arnau
12.Ramon Sala
13.Juan Dinares
14.Josep Sanchez
15.Pablo Usoz
16.Albert Gomez
Coach.Toni Forrellat
3. Germany
1. Christopher Reitz
2. Nils Kowalczek
3. Jan-Peter Tewes
4. Philipp Crone
5. Christian Blunck (C)
6. Martin Eimer
7. Bjorn Michel
8. Sasha Reinelt
9. Oliver Domke
10.Christoph Eimer
11.Michael Waldhauser
12.Christoph Bechmann
13.Michael Green
14.Klaus Michler
15.Patrick Bellenbaum
16.Christian Mayerhofer
Coach.Paul Lissek
4. Australia
1. Baeden Choppy
2. Michael Brennan
3. Stephen Davies
4. Jason Duff
5. Matthew Smith
6. Adam Commens
7. Damon Diletti
8. Lachlan Dreher
9. Stephen Holt
10.Paul Gaudoin
11.Paul Lewis
12.Lachlan Elmer
13.Jay Stacy
14.Daniel Sproule
15.David Wansbrough
16.Michael York (C)
Coach.Terry Walsh
5. Pakistan
1. Ahmed Alam
2. Ali Raza
3. Tariq Imran
4. Muhammad Usman
5. Imran Yousaf
6. Waseem Ahmed
7. Rahim Hkan
8. Tahir Zaman (C)
9. Kamran Ashraf
10.Ahmed Shabbaz Sr.
11.Muhammad Shabbaz Jr.
12.Muhammad Qasim
13.Naveed Alam
14.Sohail Abbas
15.Atif Bashir
16.Muhammad Nadeem
Coach.Ayaz Mahmood
6. England
1. Simon Mason
2. David Luckes
3. Jonathan Wyatt
4. Julian Halls
5. William Waugh (C)
6. Andrew Humphrey
7. Justin Pidcock
8. Benjamin Sharpe
9. Jason Lee
10.Nicholas Thompson
11.Brett Garrard
12.Duncan Woods
13.Russell Garcia
14.James Wallis
15.Calum Giles
16.Mark Pearn
Coach.Barry Dancer
7. South Korea
1. Jin Soo Koo
2. Seok Kyo Shin
3. Beung Kook Han
4. Hyung Bae Han
5. Myung Jun Cho (C)
6. Jong Ha Jeon
7. Kyung Seup Hong
8. Shin Heum Park
9. Seong Tae Song
10.Keon Wook Kang
11.Yong Kyun Jeong
12.Young Hwang Lee
13.Young Kyu Kim
14.Moon Ki Yoo
15.Woon Kon Yeo
16.Dong Shik Ko
Coach.Jak Hong Jeon
8. Canada
1. Hari Kant
2. Mike Mahood
3. Ian Bird
4. Alan Brahmst
5. Robin D'abreo
6. Chris Gifford
7. Patrick Burrows (C)
8. Andrew Griffiths
9. Ken Pereira
10.Scott Mosher
11.Peter Milkovich
12.Bindi Kullar
13.Rob Short
14.Ronnie Jagday
15.Marek Gacek
16.Rick Roberts
Coach.Shiaz Virjee
9. India.
1. Jude Menezes
2. Dilip Tirkey
3. Anil Aldrin
4. Baljit Singh Saini
5. Mohammad Riaz
6. Ramandeep Singh
7. Mukesh Kumar
8. Sabu Varkey
9. Dhanraj Pillay (C)
10.Rajesh Chauhan
11.Samir Dad
12.Jagdish Ponnapa
13.Lazarus Barla
14.Thirumal Valavan
15.Devinder Kumar
16.Harbhajan Singh
Coach.Vasudevan Bhaskaran
10. New Zealand
1. Andrew Timlin
2. Dion Gosling
3. Paul Derham
4. Umesh Parag
5. Darren Smith
6. Andrew Hastie
7. Brett Leaver
8. John Radovonich
9. Ken Robinson
10.Jamie Smith
11.Simon Towns
12.Hymie Gill
13.Richard Tattershaw
14.Bevan Hari
15.Scott Anderson (C)
16.Michael Bevin
Coach.Keith Gorringe
11.Malaysia
1. Paul Lopez
2. Marinderjit Singh
3. Lailin Abu Hassan
4. Keevan Raj Kali Kawandan
5. Kuban Shanmuganathan
6. Nor Azlan Haji Bakar
7. Chairil Anwar Abdul Aziz
8. Brian Jayhan Siva
9. Shankar Ramu
10.Nor Saiful Nasiruddin (C)
11.Kaliswaran Muniandy
12.Aphthar Singh
13.Mlmawan Nawawi
14.Calvin Fernandez
15.Arul Selvaraj Anthonisamy
16.Mehd Nasihim Nubli Ibrahim
Coach.Volker Knapp
12.Poland
1. Pawel Sobezak
2. Slawomir Lukaszewski (C)
3. Pawel Jakubiak
4. Dariusz Malecki
5. Maciej Matuszynski
6. Tomasz Szmidt
7. Robert Grzeszezak
8. Zbigniew Juszczak
9. Marein Nyckowiak
10.Rafal Grofowski
11.Karol Podzorski
12.Marcin Pobuta
13.Krzysztof Wybieralski
14.Tomasz Choczaj
15.Piotr Mukula
16.Piotr Adrian
Coach.Mariusz Kubiak
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