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Post by KJo » Sun Oct 15, 2017 1:52 pm

Asia Cup Hockey: India beat Pakistan 3-1 in final Pool A match

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/spo ... 091265.cms
With this victory, India finished the pool unbeaten with nine points
Chinglensana Singh, Ramandeep Singh, and Harmanpreet Singh were the scorers for India
Pakistan upped the ante in the last quarter with Ali Shan striking in the 48th minute

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Re: Hockey

Post by fanne » Sun Oct 15, 2017 2:21 pm

and this is not Inida's A team, they are trying many youngsters.

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Post by sbajwa » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:40 pm

Only Sardar, Manpreet, Ramandeep and SV Sunil are from Senior team. Harmanpreet is the new drag flick specialist, Suraj Karkera is the new goal keeper.

Check out the probables from whom Indian team is selected. 24 new players vs 10 senior players


1. Gurjant Singh from Haryana plays forward
2. Suraj Karkera from Maharashtra plays goalkeeper --- playing in Asia Cup
3. Akash Chikte from Maharashtra plays goalkeeper
4. Simranjeet Singh from Punjab plays as midfielder
5. Manpreet Singh from Haryana plays as midfielder
7. Nilakanta Sharma from M.P plays midfielder
7. Ajay Yadav from UP plays mid fielder
8. Harmanpreet Singh from Punjab plays as defender --- playing in Asia Cup
9. Vikas Dahiya from Haryana plays as Goalkeeper
10. Gurinder Singh from Punjab plays as Defender
11. Nikin Thimmaiah from Karnatka plays as Forward
12. Jasjit Singh Kular from Punjab plays as Forward
13. Sumit from Haryana plays as midfielder
14. Dipsan Tirkey from Odisha plays as defender
15. Lalit kumar Upadhyay from UP plays as halfback --- playing in Asia Cup
16. Affan Yousaf from UP plays as forward
17. Amit Rohidas from Odisha plays as defender
18. Talwinder Singh from Punjab plays as forward
19. Surender Kumar from Haryana plays as defender --- playing in Asia Cup
20. Harjeet Singh from Punjab plays as midfielder
21. Mandeep Singh from Punjab plays as forward
22. Satbir Singh from Punjab plays as midfielder
23. Uthappa Sannuvanda Kushalappa from Karnataka plays as forward --- playing in Asia Cup
24. Pardeep Mor from Haryana plas as defender



OLD Senior players

1. Ramandeep Singh from Punjab plays as forward --- Playing in Asia Cup
2. Birendra Lakra from Jharkhand plays as defender
3. Akashdeep Singh from Punjab plays as forward --- Playing in Asia Cup
4. Sardar Singh from Haryana plas as midfielder --- Playing in Asia Cup
5. Manpreet Singh from Punjab plays as Halfback --- Playing in Asia Cup
6. Rupinder Pal Singh from Tamil Nadu plays as Defender --- Playing in Asia Cup
7. Sreejash Parattu Raveendra from Tamil Nadu plays as goalkeeper
8. Chinglensana Singh Kangujam from Manipur plays as midfielder --- Playing in Asia Cup
9. Sunil Sowmarpet Vitalacharya from Karnataka plays as forward --- Playing in Asia Cup
10. Khandangbam Kothajit Singh from Manipur plays as forward

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Post by sbajwa » Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:41 pm

These are the rest of the matches in Asic Cup

18 October 2017
15:00
Malaysia – Pakistan

18 October 2017
17:30
India – South Korea

19 October 2017
15:00
South Korea – Pakistan

19 October 2017
17:30
Malaysia – India

21 October 2017
15:00
South Korea – Malaysia

21 October 2017
17:30
India – Pakistan

I am betting that India will defeat Malaysia and South Korea while South Korea defeats Terroristan. India will have to face the scare of terroristan once again on 21st October (Saturday).

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Post by sbajwa » Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:24 am

terroristan lost to Malaysia 3-2

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Re: Hockey

Post by sbajwa » Wed Oct 18, 2017 1:10 pm

India - Korea 1-1 match draws! Both teams take 1 point each. India to play Malaysia tomorrow while Terroristan will play with Korea tomorrow!

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Post by saip » Thu Oct 19, 2017 3:03 pm

Pakis drew with Korea. So India 3, Malaysia & Korea 2, Pakis 1. On 21st India needs at least a draw with Pakis to go to the finals. Hope India thrashes Pakis. But if Malaysia, Korea game is drawn and Pakis beat India , ALL teams will have 3 points. Then what happens?

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Post by sbajwa » Thu Oct 19, 2017 3:18 pm

India defeats Malaysia 6-2

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Re: Hockey

Post by sbajwa » Sat Oct 21, 2017 2:45 pm

India defeats terroristan 4-0 to enter finals of Asia Cup!

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Re: Hockey

Post by jamwal » Sat Oct 21, 2017 3:54 pm

Nice performance by Indian team so far

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Post by Peregrine » Sat Oct 21, 2017 5:03 pm

From The News : India beat Pakistan 4-0, enter final of Hero Asia Cup Hockey
DHAKA: India defeated Pakistan 4-0 in the Super Four match of the Hero Asia Cup Hockey to advance to the final at Dhaka’s Maulana Bhashani Hockey Stadium Saturday
After two scoreless quarters, India scored four quick goals one after another in the third and fourth quarters of the game.
From India, Satbir Singh scored first goal for India in the 39th minute, Harmanpreet Singh followed with the second in the 51st minute, third by Lalit Upadhyay in the 52nd minute, and fourth by Gurjant Singh in the 57th minute.]
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Re: Hockey

Post by saip » Sat Oct 21, 2017 5:33 pm

S Korea drew with Malaysia. So it is Malaysia Vs India in the final.

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Post by Peregrine » Sat Oct 21, 2017 5:49 pm

From the Mighty Dawn :

India smash Pakistan 4-0 to reach final of Asia Cup Hockey
India booked their spot in the Final of Asia Cup 2017 with a convincing 4-0 victory over arch-rivals Pakistan in the Super 4s match at the Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium on Saturday, Asian Hockey Federation reported.
Goals from Satbir Singh (39′), Harmanpreet Singh (51′), Lalit Upadhyay (52′) and Gurjant Singh (57′) ensured the top spot in Super 4s for India.
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Re: Hockey

Post by sbajwa » Sat Oct 21, 2017 11:19 pm

I don't know why they give full credit to the goal scorer they need to divide the credit with who assisted with pass, who dodged so many players and got to forward. There were so many defensive players playing in the D of Pakistan that I thought for almost 30 minutes that Indian coach is trying something new. You don't see full backs in advanced position. Very unique approach!! Satbir Singh is a full back who got goal to his name because he passed to front player who could not connect as a Terroristani player before him put it in a goal! so that goal goes to Satbir Singh (full Back same position as Sardar Singh)

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Re: Hockey

Post by geeth » Sun Oct 22, 2017 1:12 pm

India is the Champion

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Post by Peregrine » Sun Oct 22, 2017 1:52 pm

India beat Malaysia 2-1 to win third Asia Cup title

NEW DELHI: India's ten-year wait for the continental title ended on Sunday as they beat Malaysia 2-1 to win their third Asia Cup title in Dhaka. India won the tournament twice before in 2003 and 2007 editions. They finished runners-up in the last edition in 2011 after losing to South Korea in final.

It was not a lop-sided affair like their Super 4s contest, when India defeated Malaysia 6-2, instead India have to survive some intense moments in the final few minutes to maintain the narrow lead.

Ramandeep Singh (3rd) and Lalit Upadhyay (29th) were the goal-scorers for India, while Shahril Saabah (50th) scored for Malaysia. Akashdeep Singh was adjudged Man-of-the-Match.

India were leading 2-0 with just over ten minutes left in the game when Saabah scored a brilliant goal for Malaysia to reduce the lead. It was Malaysia's first shot on goal of the match and they successfully converted it.

India started the match with attack-mode on as they penetrated the Malaysia circle as soon as the game began. The attacks paid off as Ramandeep Singh tapped in a good chance in the third minute to give India an early advantage.

Malaysia pressed hard for the equaliser in the first quarter and dominated the proceedings but without much success.

The second quarter began in similar fashion with India attacking the Malaysia circle from the word go. But the goal came late in the quarter as India double their lead through a fine counter-attack. India started the run from their own circle and reached the Malaysian D with superior numbers. Gurjant Singh collected the ball at the top of circle on the left flank from Akashdeep Singh and passed it in front of the goal-mouth where Lalit Upadhyay made no mistake to score the goal in the 29th minute. India went in the half-time break with two-goal advantage.

Even though Malaysia lead the possesion stats (58%) in the first half and even made seven circle penetration, they failed to convert them into shot on goal - the most crucial stat. India on the other hand made as many as six on target from eight circle penetration and succeeded to convert two into goals.

No goal in the Q3, but it was all India in the quarter as they made as many as nine circle penetrations with two shots on goal. Malaysia managed just one penetration in the entire quarter.

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Re: Hockey

Post by saip » Sun Oct 22, 2017 3:01 pm

This is supposed to be the 'Official' website of the Asian Hockey Fed. But it comes up with crazy headlines:

'India survives the Pakistan scare' was the previous headline..

Now it is 'SPLENDID PAKISTAN BEAT KOREA 6-3; WIN BRONZE IN HERO ASIA CUP 2017'

This website is run by the shameless Pakis (Some one pointed out that WHOIS shows it is located in LaWhore)
http://www.asiahockey.org/news/splendid ... -cup-2017/

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Re: Hockey

Post by sbajwa » Sun Oct 22, 2017 3:53 pm

Saip! What do you expect from Terroristanis!

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Re: Hockey

Post by Kabir » Mon Oct 23, 2017 12:35 am

Congratulations Team India. Played and Won like Champions. The Pakis are not significant any more to a rising India in any field it was good to see TI push them out of the contest like a fly from milk and then beating the pseudo Pakis in the finals

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Re: Hockey

Post by sbajwa » Mon Nov 06, 2017 3:41 pm

Indian women's team win Asia Cup. (Bakis do not even have a team)
quoting Suraj from the other forum

India currently hold the following titles in hockey:
Senior Men
2014 Asian Games
2017 Asia Cup
2017 Asian Champions Trophy

Junior Men
2015 Junior Asia Cup
2016 Junior World Cup

Senior Women
2016 Asian Champions Trophy
2017 Asia Cup

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Re: Hockey

Post by Raj » Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:53 pm

India China Womens Asia Champions Trophy final

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Re: Hockey

Post by sbajwa » Tue Nov 07, 2017 2:15 pm

Raj! That is from last year! This year India - China finished at 1-1 and then championship was decided by penalty strokes (5 each) which India won by 5-4

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Re: Hockey

Post by Suraj » Tue Nov 07, 2017 5:46 pm

Yes that video is from last year's Asian Champions Trophy final in Singapore. It was also a hard fought match that we won in the last minute of regulation time. There's quite some drama in the end. Check it out.

In this just concluded Asia Cup, we didn't win in regular penalty strokes. Those ended 4-4 after 5 shots each. We won in sudden death, scoring on our turn, and then the Chinese messed up theirs.

Overall, two hard fought finals between the two countries one year apart, and we came out on top both times.

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Re: Hockey

Post by Raj » Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:32 pm

sbajwa wrote:
Tue Nov 07, 2017 2:15 pm
Raj! That is from last year! This year India - China finished at 1-1 and then championship was decided by penalty strokes (5 each) which India won by 5-4
Oops my bad

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