Men Field Hockey Olympic Games 1992 Barcelona (ESP) - 26.07-06.08 Winner Germany
Finals
Gamedatetimevteam 1scoreteam 2HT
Final08.0819:30IGermany2-1Australia1-0
3-408.0817:00IPakistan4-3Netherlands0-2
5-606.0820:30ISpain2-1Great Britain0-0
7-806.0817:30IIndia3-2New Zealand2-1
9-1007.0817:00IMalaysia4-3Soviet Union2-2
11-1207.0809:30IArgentina7-3Egypt5-2
1/205.0816:30IIGermany2-1Pakistan0-1
1^_ After Over Time. FT: 1-1
1/205.0819:00IIAustralia3-2Netherlands2-1
5-805.0817:30ISpain2-0India0-0
5-805.0820:00IGreat Britain3-2New Zealand2-2
9-1205.0809:15IMalaysia3-3Argentina0-0
6-4
9-1205.0809:45IISoviet Union4-2Egypt2-2
Final rankingPwdlgfga
1. Germany1361020:6
2. Australia1151124:6
3. Pakistan1260125:11
4. Netherlands840325:17
5. Spain1050219:12
6. Great Britain840311:14
7. India63047:12
8. New Zealand210611:18
9. Malaysia521416:30
10.Soviet Union420519:26
11.Argentina521413:18
12.Egypt00079:29
Qualification
SpainHost
NetherlandsWorld Men 19901st
from Continental Cups.
GermanyEurope Men 19911st
Great BritainEurope Men 19913rd
AustraliaOceania Men OQ 19911st
PakistanAsia Men 19891st
ArgentinaAmerica Men PG 19911st
EgyptAfrica Men AG 19911st
from Intercontinental Cup.
Soviet UnionMen OQ 19911st
IndiaMen OQ 19912nd
New ZealandMen OQ 19913rd
MalaysiaMen OQ 19914th

Groups Round.

First 2 to 1/2 Finals. Rest ot Classification.
Group Apwdlgfga
1. Australia941020:2
2. Germany941016:4
3. Great Britain63027:10
4. India42034:8
5. Argentina21043:12
6. Egypt00054:18
TeamAustGermGreaIndiArgeEgyp
Australia--- 6:01:07:05:1
Germany1:1---2:03:02:18:2
Great Britain ---3:12:12:0
India ---1:02:1
Argentina ---1:0
Egypt ---
datetimevteam 1scoreteam 2HT
26.0709:45IIAustralia7-0Argentina3-0
26.0716:00IGermany3-0India1-0
26.0717:30IIGreat Britain2-0Egypt1-0
28.0709.45IIIndia1-0Argentina1-0
28.0716:00IAustralia5-1Egypt2-1
28.0720:00IGermany2-0Great Britain2-0
30.0710:15IGreat Britain3-1India1-0
30.0716:00IArgentina1-0Egypt0-0
30.0718:00IGermany1-1Australia0-1
01.0809:45IIGermany8-2Egypt4-1
01.0818:00IGreat Britain2-1Argentina1-0
01.0820:00IAustralia1-0India1-0
03.0810:15IAustralia6-0Great Britain2-0
03.0818:00IGermany2-1Argentina2-0
03.0817:30IIIndia2-1Egypt0-0
Group Bpwdlgfga
1. Pakistan1050020:6
2. Netherlands840120:10
3. Spain630215:11
4. New Zealand21047:12
5. Soviet Union210412:20
6. Malaysia21049:24
TeamPakiNethSpaiNeZeSoviMala
Pakistan---3:26:11:06:24:1
Netherlands ---3:24:35:26:0
Spain ---3:04:05:2
New Zealand ---2:1
Soviet Union ---7:3
Malaysia 3:2 ---
datetimevteam 1scoreteam 2HT
26.0710:15ISpain3-0New Zealand2-0
26.0718:00IPakistan4-1Malaysia3-1
26.0720:00INetherlands5-2Soviet Union2-0
28.0710:15ISoviet Union7-3Malaysia2-3
28.0717:30IIPakistan1-0New Zealand0-0
28.0718:00INetherlands3-2Spain1-1
30.0709:45IIPakistan6-2Soviet Union2-2
30.0717:30IINetherlands4-3New Zealand1-2
30.0720:00ISpain5-2Malaysia2-2
01.0810:15IPakistan3-2Netherlands1-1
01.0816:00IMalaysia3-2New Zealand2-1
01.0817:30IISpain4-0Soviet Union1-0
03.0809:45IINetherlands6-0Malaysia3-0
03.0816:00INew Zealand2-1Soviet Union0-0
03.0820:00IPakistan6-1Spain1-0

Teams Composition

1. Germany: Michael Knauth, Christopher Reitz, Jan-Peter Tewes, Carsten Fischer, Christian Blunck, Stefan Saliger, Michael Metz, Christian Mayerhöfer, Sven Meinhardt, Andreas Keller, Michael Hilgers, Andreas Becker, Stefan Tewes, Klaus Michler, Volker Fried, Oliver Kurtz
2. Australia: Warren Birmingham, David Wansbrough, John Bestall, Lee Bodimeade, Ashley Carey, Stephen Davies, Damon Diletti, Lachlan Dreher, Lachlan Elmer, Dean Evans, Gregory Corbitt, Paul Lewis, Graham Reid, Jay Stacy, Ken Wark, Michael York
3. Pakistan: Shahid Ali Khan, Rana Mujahid Ali, Khalid Bashir, Anjum Saeed, Farhad Hassan Khan, Khawaja Muhammad Junaid, Muhammad Qamar Ibrahim, Tahir Zaman, Muhammad Asif Bajwa, Shahbaz Ahmed, Wasim Feroze, Mansoor Ahmed, Muhammad Akhlaq Ahmad, Muhammad Khalid, Musaddiq Hussain, Muhammad Shahbaz
4. Nederland: Frank Leistra, Harrie Kwinten, Cees Jan Diepeveen, Pieter van Ede, Bastiaan Poortenaar, Wouter van Pelt, Marc Delissen, Jacques Brinkman, Gijs Weterings, Stephan Veen, Floris Jan Bovelander, Hendrik Jan Kooijman, Bart Looije, Maarten van Grimbergen, Leo Klein Gebbink, Taco van den Honert
5. Spain: Santiago Grau, Ignacio Escudé, Joaquin Malgosa, Miguel Ortego, Juantxo García, Jaime Amat, Jordi Avilés, Pedro Jufresa, José Antonio Iglesias, Xavi Escudé, Xavi Arnau, Victor Pujol, Juan Dinares, David Freixa, Pablo Usoz, Ramón Jufresa
6. Great Britain: Sean Rowlands, David Luckes, Stephen Martin, Paul Bolland, Simon Nicklin, Jon Potter, Jason Laslett, Rob Hill, Steve Batchelor, Russell Garcia, John Shaw, Robert Thompson, Sean Kerly, Robert Clift, Jason Lee, Donald Williams
7. India: Subbaiah Anjaparavanda, Cheppudira Subbaih Poonacha, Rai Jagdev Singh, Harpreet Singh, Sukhjit Singh, Shaqeel Ahmed, Mukesh Kumar Nandanoori, Felix Sebastan Jude, Jagbir Singh, Pillay Dhanraj, Didar Singh, Ashish Kumar Ballal, Pargat Singh, Ravi Nayakar, Darryl Aloysious D'Souza, Lakra Ajit
8. New Zealand: Peter Daji, Brett Leaver, David Grundy, Scott Hobson, Donald McLeod, Peter Miskimmin, Paresh Patel, David Penfold, John Radovonich, Craig Russ, Gregory Russ, Umesh Parag, Jamie Smith, Anthony Thornton, Scott Anderson, Ian Woodley
9. Malaysia: Ahmad Fadz Zainal Abidin, Paul Lopez, Tai Beng Hai, Suriaghandi Suppiah, Lim Chiow Chuan, Sarjit Sing, Gary Fidelis, Brian Siva, Shankar Ramu, Nor Saiful Zaini Nasiruddin, Dharmaraj Kanniah, Mohamad Abdul Hadi, Mirnawan Nawami, Lailin Abu Hassan, Soon Mustafa Bin-Karim, Aanantha Sambu Mayavu
10.Soviet Union: Vladimir Plesjakov, Viktor Depoetatov, Igor Joeltsjijev, Sos Airapetjan, Joeri Safonov, Vladimir Antakov, Jevgeni Netsjajev, Aleksandr Krasnojartsev, Viktor Soechich, Sergej Plesjakov, Berichazy Seksenbajev, Aleksandr Domatsjev, Sergej Barabasjin, Oleg Chandajev, Igor Moelladsjanov, Sergej Machotkine
11.Argentina: Emanuel Roggero, Marcelo Garraffo, Adrian Mandarano, Diego Allona, Rodolfo Perez, Edgardo Pailos, Fernando Falchetto, Alejandro Siri, Carlos Geneyro, Gabriel Minadeo, Fernando Ferrara, Pablo Moreira, Aldo Ayala, Martin Sordelli, Daniel Ruiz, Pablo Lombi
12.Egypt: Mohamed Elsayed Tantawy, Ibrahim Mahmoud Tawfik, Husan Mohamed Hassan, Hisham Mostafa Korany, Gamal Fawzi Mohamed, Abdelkhlik Abo Elyazid, Magdy Ahmed Abdulla, Gamal Ahmed Abdulla, Ashraf Shafik Gindy, Gamal Amin Abdelgany, Amro Elsayed Osman, Ehab Mostafa Mansour, Mohamed Saied Abdulla, Amro Elsayed Mohamady, Mohamed Samir Mohamed, Wael Fahim Mostafa
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