Men Field Hockey 2nd World Cup 1973 Amstelveen (NED) - 24.08-02.09 Winner Netherlands
Finals
Gamedatetimeteam 1scoreteam 2HT
Final02.0916:00Netherlands2-2India1-2 Stats
after Over time; Penalty Strokes: 4-2 ; 0-1 0-2 Surjit Singh ; 1-2 2-2 Ties Kruize
3-402.09 West Germany1-0Pakistan0-0
1-0 Michael Krause 68'PC
5-602.0911:30Spain3-0England1-0
1-0 2-0 Augustin Masana 16' 40'; 3-0 Francisco Segura 67'
7-801.09 New Zealand3-1Belgium
NZL: Ramesh Patel, Barry Maister, Alan McIntyre ; BEL: Daniel Dupont
9-1001.09 Argentina2-1Japan
ARG: Julio Cesar Lavagno, Jorge Pedro Sabbione ; JPN: Toshiaki Ichinose_
11-1201.09 Malaysia1-0Kenya
MAS: R Pathmarajah
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Semi-Finals
Gamedatetimeteam 1scoreteam 2HT
1/231.08 India1-0Pakistan0-0
1-0 B P Govinda 62'
1/231.08 Netherlands0-0West Germany0-0 Stats
aET ; pen. 4-2
5-831.08 Spain5-0Belgium3-0
ESP: Francisco Segura, Francisco Amat, Jorge Fabregas, Juan Amat, Jorge Monegal
5-831.08 England0-0New Zealand
aET ; pen. 1-0 ; ENG: Colin Whalley
9-1231.08 Argentina2-0Kenya
ARG: Gustavo Paolucci, Julio Cesar Lavagno
9-1231.08 Japan1-0Malaysia
JPN: Takeo Yamamoto

Final Ranking

Groups Round

Qualification

Final RankingPwdlgfga1971
1. Netherlands933113:66.
2. India1143015:33.
3. West Germany125207:25.
4. Pakistan941216:71.
eliminated in Groups Round.
5. Spain1050217:52.
6. England51339:11
7. New Zealand723216:9
8. Belgium42059:20
9. Argentina72326:1010.
10.Japan31155:219.
11.Malaysia52146:14
12.Kenya20256:174.
Qualification
Goalscorer: Ties Kruize (NED) - 9 Goals
Europe (5): 1. 3. 5. 6. 8.
Asia (4): 2. 4. 10. 11.
Oceania (1): 7.
America (1): 9.
Africa (1): 12.

Groups Round.

Draw Brussels 18.03.
First 2 to Semi-Finals. Rest to Classification.
Group Apwdlgfga
1. West Germany94106:2
2. India832012:1
3. Spain63029:5
4. New Zealand412213:8
5. Kenya20236:14
6. Japan10143:19
TeamWeGeIndiSpaiNethKenyJapa
West Germany---0:01:02:12:11:0
India ---2:01:14:05:0
Spain ---2:14:13:0
New Zealand ---2:28:1
Kenya ---2:2
Japan ---
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
24.08West Germany2-1New Zealand
FRG: Michael Krause, Uli Vos ; NZL: Greg Dayman
24.08India5-0Japan
IND: Surjit Singh 2, Harcharan Singh,Chand Singh, B P Govinda
24.08Spain4-1Kenya2-1
ESP: Juan Amat 3, Augustin Masana ; KEN: Brajinder Daved
25.08Kenya2-2Japan
KEN: Tarlochan Singh Channa 2 ; JPN: Kazuo Konakayama, Toru Hirano
25.08Spain2-1New Zealand1-1
ESP: Jose Borrell, Juan Amat ; NZL: Greg Dayman
25.08West Germany0-0India0-0
26.08West Germany1-0Spain
FRG: Wolfgang Strodter
26.08India4-0Kenya
IND: Chand Singh, Baldev Singh, Ajitpal Singh,B P Govinda
26.08New Zealand8-1Japan
NZL: Jeff Archibald 2, Alan McIntyre, Ramesh Patel, John Christensen, Selwyn Maister, Barry Maister, Greg Dayman ; JPN: Toshiaki Ichinose
28.08Spain3-0Japan
ESP: Augustin Masana, Juan Amat, Francisco Segura
28.08India1-1New Zealand
IND: Baldev Singh ; NZL: Barry Maister
28.08West Germany2-1Kenya
FRG: Michael Krause ; KEN: Jagmail Singh
29.08West Germany1-0Japan
FRG: Rainer Seifert
29.08New Zealand2-2Kenya
NZL: Albert Parkin, Jeff Archibald ; KEN:Jagjit Singh
29.08India2-0Spain1-0
IND: Surjit Singh
Group Bpwdlgfga
1. Pakistan941016:5
2. Netherlands731111:4
3. England41229:8
4. Belgium42038:12
5. Argentina30322:9
6. Malaysia31135:13
TeamPakiNethEnglBelgMalaArge
Pakistan---2:12:22:04:26:0
Netherlands ---2:14:14:00:0
England ---5:2 0:0
Belgium ---3:02:1
Malaysia 2:1 ---1:1
Argentina ---
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
24.08Netherlands0-0Argentina0-0
24.08England5-2Belgium
ENG: Jimmy Neale 2, Steve Long 2 , Paul Svehlik : BEL: Daniel Dupont, Jean Francois Gilles
24.08Pakistan4-2Malaysia
PAK: Laeeq Ahmed, Mohammad Azam,Samiullah, Tanvir Dar ; MAS: Brian Sta Maria, N Sri Shanmuganathan_
25.08Pakistan2-1Netherlands
PAK: Mohammad Azam 2 ; NED: Ties Kruize
25.08Malaysia2-1England
MAS: N Sri Shanmuganathan, M Mahendran ; ENG: Paul Svehlik
25.08Belgium2-1Argentina
BEL: Michel de Saedeleer, Robert Marroye ; ARG: Jorge Pedro Sabbione
26.08Pakistan2-2England
PAK: Tanvir Dar, Laeeq Ahmed ; ENG: Colin Whalley, Jimmy Neale
26.08Malaysia1-1Argentina
MAS: N Sri Shanmuganathan ; Jorge Pedro Sabbione
26.08Netherlands4-1Belgium
NED: Ties Kruize 2, Ron Steens, Paul Litjens ; NZL: Stephen Verhulst
28.08England0-0Argentina0-0
28.08Pakistan2-0Belgium
PAK: Tanvir Dar 2
28.08Netherlands4-0Malaysia2-0
1-0 2-0 3-0 Ties Kruize 31'PC 34'; 3-0 Paul Litjens 38'; 4-0 Ties Kruize 54'PC
29.08Belgium3-0Malaysia
BEL: Robert Marroye, Jean Francois Gilles,Guy Miserque
29.08Netherlands2-1England
NED: Ties Kruize, Jeroen Zweerts ; ENG: Steve Long
29.08Pakistan6-0Argentina
PAK: Pakistan: Tanvir Dar 3, Safdar Abbas, LaeeqAhmed, Samiullah
Qualification
continentwise from Olympic Men 1972
West GermanyEurope-1st1st
NetherlandsEurope-2nd4th
EnglandEurope-3rd6th
PakistanAsia-1st2nd
IndiaAsia-2nd3rd
AustraliaOceania-1st5th
KenyaAfrica-1st13th
ArgentinaAmerica-1st14th
appointented by FIH Brussels 18.03.73
Spain 7th
Malaysia 8th
Belgium 10th
Japan
New Zealand 9th
England replaced Great Britain, on the basis oftheir record in international matches and because England had the larger share of the Olympic team. New Zealand replaced Australia after withdrawl - lack of funds. Reserves: Canada, Poland and Nigeria.
Not picked teams: South Africa, Canada, Scotland, France, Gibraltar, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Nigeria, Wales, Poland, Rhodesia and Soviet Union

Teams Composition

2. India
M.P. Ganesh (C)
Creic Pereira
C. Charles
Michael Kindo
Baldev Singh
Surjit Singh
Ajit Pal Singh
Harmik Singh
V. Bhaskaran
BP Govinda
Ashok Kumar
Harcharan Singh
Chand Singh
Ajit Singh
VJ Philips
Virender Singh
Manager: RS Gentle
Coach: Balkrishen Singh
12.Kenya
Surjit Singh Rihal (C)
Amarjit Singh Marwa
BR Mgalu
Brajinder Daved
Davinder Singh Deegan
Harvinder Singh Marwa
Jagjit Sinh Kular
Jagmei Singh Rooprai
Nahar Singh
Naran Dass
Naresh Verma
Nashon Ochieng
Odour Tabais
Ranjeet Singh
Reynold Pereira
Tarlochan Singh Chana
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