Men Field Hockey 5th World Cup 1982 - Mumbay (IND) 29.12.1981-12.01.1982 Pakistan
Finals
GamedateMteam 1scoreteam 2HT
Final12.0142Pakistan3-1West Germany2-1
0-1 Heiner Dopp 5'; 1-1 Hassan Sardar 25'; 2-1 Manzoor Jr 26'; 3-1 Kaleemullah 40'PS
3-412.0141Australia4-2Netherlands2-2
Craig Davies 3, Colin Batch ; Paul Litjens, Roderick Bouwman
5-611.0139India5-1Soviet Union2-0
1-0 Mohd. Shahid 4' ; 2-0 Rajinder Singh 16'PC ; 2-1 Alexander Goncharov 28' ; 3-1 4-1 Surjit Singh 42'PC 52'PC ; 5-1 Zafar Iqbal 69'PC
7-810.0136New Zealand6-1Poland5-0
1-0 Ramesh Patel 6'; 2-0 Grant McLeod 21'PC; 3-0 Ramesh Patel 29'PS; 4-0 G. Carnoustos 30'; 5-0 31'; 5-1 Zbigniew Rachwalski 53'; 6-1 Peter Miskimmin 68'
9-1011.0140England3-2Malaysia0-2
0-1 Tam Kum Seng 16'; 0-2 Poon Fook Loke 24'; 1-2 Kulbir Bhaura 42'; 2-2 Paul Barber 66'PC; 3-2 Neil Francis 69'
11-1210.0138Spain3-0Argentina3-0
1-0 Carlos Roca 8'; 2-0 Santiago Malgosa 22'PS; 3-0 Mariano Bordas 23'PC
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Semi-Finals
GamedateMteam 1scoreteam 2HT
1/210.0135Pakistan4-2Netherlands3-1
1-0 Hanif Abdul Khan 23'; 1-1 Paul Litjens 27'PC; 2-1 Kaleemullah 29'PS; 2-2 Hassan Sardar 32'; 3-2 Paul Litjens 46'PS; 4-2 Manzoor Sr 59'PC
1/210.0137West Germany3-3Australia1-0
aet; FT 2-2; penalties 8-51-0 Heiner Dopp 27'; 1-1 Terry Walsh 44'PC; 1-2 Terry Walsh 57'PC; 2-2 Heiner Dopp 62'; 2-3 Richard Charlesworth 72'; 3-3 Hans Montag 83'PC
5-809.0131Soviet Union1-0Poland0-0
Sergei Klevtsov
5-809.0132India3-2New Zealand0-2
Rajinder Singh 3 ; Ramesh Patel, Grant McLeod
11-1209.0133Malaysia4-2Spain2-0
Kooi Ow Soon, Foo Keat Seong, Brian Sta Maria, Tam Kum Seng ; Mariano Bordas 2
11-1209.0134England1-0Argentina0-0
Neil Francis

Final Ranking

Groups Round

Qualification

Teams Composition

Final RankingPwdlgfga1978
1. Pakistan1470038:121.
2. West Germany832217:164.
3. Australia1361020:103.
4. Netherlands731321:192.
eliminated in Groups Round
5. India1050229:156.
6. Soviet Union513311:20
7. New Zealand630418:23
8. Poland42058:189.
9. England731310:157.
10.Malaysia311511:2010.
11.Spain521411:145.
12.Argentina21069:218.
Goalscorers
203 goals, 4.83 per game
1. Rajinder Singh (IND)12
2. Hassan Sardar (PAK)10
3. Kalimullah (PAK)8
4. Roderick Bouwman (NED)7
4. Craig Davies (AUS)7
4. Paul Litjens (NED)7
Asia (3): 1. 5. 10.
Europe (6): 2. 4. 6. 8. 9. 11.
Oceania (2): 3. 7.
America (1): 12.
Africa (-):
Group AGroup B
Qualification
Zimbabwe - non-acceptance of Zimbabwe!

Groups Round.

First 2 to Semi-Finals. Rest to classification.
Group Apwdlgfga
1. Pakistan1050031:9
2. West Germany731113:10
3. Poland42037:11
4. New Zealand420310:19
5. Spain31136:10
6. Argentina21049:17
TeamPakiWeGePolaNeZeSpaiArge
Pakistan---5:34:112:34:16:1
West Germany ---5:32:11:12:0
Poland --- 1:02:1
New Zealand 1:0---2:0
Spain ---4:2
Argentina 5:3 ---
dateMteam 1scoreteam 2HT
30.122New Zealand2-0Spain
Albert Parkin, Peter Daji
30.123Pakistan6-1Argentina2-1
1-0 Hassan Sardar 14'; 1-1 Marcelona Mascheroni 25'; 2-1 Kalimullah 35'PS; 3-1 Manzoor Sr. 37'PC; 4-1 Mohd. Saeed 48'; 5-1 Abdul Rashid 66'; 6-1 Saleem Sherwani 70'
30.124West Germany5-3Poland
Stefan Blocher, Heiner Dopp 2, Andreas Wistuba, Eckhardt Schmidt-Opper ; Zbigniew Rachwalski, Krzysztof Michalak, Henryk Horwat
01.017Pakistan4-1Spain2-0
1-0 Kalimullah 13'PS; 2-0 Manzoor Snr 14'PC; 3-0 Kalimullah 55'; 4-0 Hassan Sardar 62'; 4-1 Carlos Roca 68'
01.018West Germany2-1New Zealand
Stefan Blocher, Michael Peter ; Carlos Roca
02.0111Pakistan12-3New Zealand7--
Samiullah Khan 11'PC; Manzoor Sr. 12'PC 28'PC 69'PC; Hanif Abdul Khan 13'PC 33' 35'; Kalimullah 26'PS; Hassan Sardar 41' 51' 60' 64'; Peter Daji, Albert Parkin 2
02.0114Poland2-1Argentina
Krzysztof Michalak, Zbigniew Lachowicz ; Marcelo Garraffo
03.0117West Germany2-0Argentina
Hans Montag, Eckhardt Schmidt-Opper ; Balwant Bhana
03.0118Poland1-0Spain
Marek Krus
05.0120Argentina5-3New Zealand
Marcelo Pazos 2, Marcelo Garraffo, Marcelo Mascheroni, Fernando Gonzalez ; Albert Parkin, Ramesh Patel, Peter Miskimmin
05.0121Pakistan5-3West Germany2-0
1-0 Kalimullah 32'PS; 2-0 Samiullah Khan 34'; 2-1 Michael Peter 41'PC; 3-1 Manzoor Jr. 43'; 3-2 Michael Peter 47'PC; 4-2 Hassan Sardar 60'; 4-3 Michael Peter 61'PC; 5-3 Samiullah Khan 70'PC
06.0123Spain4-2Argentina
Carlos Roca 3, Juan Luis Coghen ; Marcelo Pazos, Fernando Gonzalez
06.0124New Zealand1-0Poland
Albert Parkin
07.0127Pakistan4-1Poland1-1
1-0 Samiullah Khan 17'; 1-1 Marek Krus --'; 2-1 Kalimullah 41'PS; 3-1 Hassan Sardar 43'; 4-1 Saeed Ahmed 57'
07.0128West Germany1-1Spain
Juan Luis Coghen ; Michael Peter
Group Bpwdlgfga
1. Australia1050013:5
2. Netherlands731117:11
3. India630221:12
4. Soviet Union30329:15
5. England31136:13
6. Malaysia10145:15
TeamAustNethIndiSoUnEnglMala
Australia---3:22:13:22:03:0
Netherlands ---4:32:26:23:1
India ---7:24:26:2
Soviet Union ---1:12:2
England ---1:0
Malaysia ---
dateMteam 1scoreteam 2HT
29.121India6-2Malaysia1-2
Melvyn Fernandes PS F, Rajinder Singh PC PC PC, Surinder Singh Sodhi PS; Foo Keat Seong PC, M. Surentheran
30.124Netherlands6-2England4-1
1-0 Paul Litjens 5'PC; 2-0 3-0 Roderick Bouwman 10' 11'; 4-0 Wouter Leefers 14'; 4-1 Kulbir Bhaura 23'; 5-1 Tom van t’Hek 49'; 5-2 Kulbir Bhaura 45'; 6-2 Tom van t’Hek 69'
31.126Australia3-2Soviet Union
Peter Haselhurst, Terry Walsh 2 ; Vlacheslav Lampeev, Mikhail Nichepurenko
01.019Netherlands4-3India2-2
0-1 Rajinder Singh 1'PC; 0-2 M K Kaushik 22'; 1-2 2-2 Roderick Bouwman 25' 28'; 3-2 Tom van t’Hek 37'PC; 3-3 Surinder Singh Sodhi 51'; 4-3 Maarten van Grimbergen 54'
01.0110Australia3-0Malaysia
Terry Walsh 2, Jim Irvine
02.0112Soviet Union1-1England0-0
1-0 Sergei Pleshakov 62'; 1-1 Paul Barber 70'PC
02.0113Netherlands3-1Malaysia
Roderick Bouwman, Tom van t’Hek, Paul Litjens ; Foo Keat Seong
03.0115India7-2Soviet Union3-0
Rajinder Singh 2, Sodhi 2, Surjit Singh, Syed Ali, Zafar Iqbal ; V Mishurnov 2
03.0116Australia2-0England0-0
Craig Davies, Richard Charlesworth
05.0119Australia3-2Netherlands1-0
1-0 Craig Davies 33'PC; 1-1 Paul Litjens 36'PC; 1-2 Ties Kruize 40'PS; 2-2 Peter Haselhurst 46'; 3-2 Craig Davies 60'PC
05.0122England1-0Malaysia0-0
1-0 Paul Barber 67'PC
06.0125Soviet Union2-2Malaysia
Tam Chiew Seng, Foo Keat Seong ; V Mishurnov, Vlacheslav Lampeev
06.0126India4-2England3-1
0-1 David Westcott 19'PS; 1-1 Surinder Singh Sodhi 28'PS; 2-1 3-1 Rajinder Singh 29'PC 33'PC; 3-2 Paul Barber 53'PC; 4-2 Gurmail Singh 70'PS
07.0129Australia2-1India2-0
0-1 Ravinder Pal 37'; 1-1 Craig Davies 46'PC; Peter Haselhurst 63'
07.0130Netherlands2-2Soviet Union
Roderick Bouwman, Paul Litjens ; Sergei Klevtsov, Oleg Zagorodnev

Teams Composition

5. India
Ashok Devan (GK)
Rajinder Singh
Surjit Singh (C)
M M Somaya
Ravinderpal Singh
Gurmail Singh
Charanjit Kumar
Mervyn Fernandes
Surinder Singh Sodhi
Mohd Shahid
Syed Ali
M R Negi (GK)
Vineet Kumar
Onkar Singh
Zafar Iqbal
M K Kaushik
Coach: Harmik Singh
Manager: Jamal Lal Sharma
9. England
Ian Taylor (GK)
John Hurst (GK)
D Craig
R Brrokeman
Richard Dodds
James Duthie
Neil Francis
Norman Hughes (C)
Chris Rule
Sutinder Singh Khehar
Richard Leman
Kulbir Singh Bhaura
Mark Precious
David Westcott
Paul Barber
Malcolm Wilkinson
Coach: David Whittaker
Manager: Colin Whalley
10.Malaysia
A Fadzil (GK)
Abbas (GK)
F K Seong
J Murthy
A Rahim
S Prakash
C B Gee
Mohinder Singh Grewal
S V Huisen
L Oliveiro
O S Kooi (C)
T C Seng
M Shurentheran
P F Loke
C S Maria
Avtar Singh Gill
Coach: R Yogeswaran
Manager: Datuk Haji Hohd Nor Bin HJ
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