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News for 24 May 2022

All the news for Tuesday 24 May 2022

Hero Asia Cup 2022 - 24 May


All times GMT +7

23 May 2022 11:45     MAS v OMA (Pool B)     7 - 0
23 May 2022 14:00     KOR v BAN (Pool B)     6 - 1
23 May 2022 16:15     JPN v INA (Pool A)         9 - 0
23 May 2022 18:30     IND v PAK (Pool A)         1 - 1

24 May 2022 11:45     OMA v BAN (Pool B)     1 - 2
24 May 2022 14:00     PAK v INA (Pool A)        13 - 0
24 May 2022 16:15     KOR v MAS (Pool B)    
24 May 2022 18:30     JPN v IND (Pool A)    

25 May 2022 is a rest day

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Malaysia crush Oman 7-0 in Asia Cup opener

By Jugjet Singh

The Division Two hockey teams received a hammering on the opening day of the Asia Cup in Jakarta today. - Bernama pic

JAKARTA: The Division Two hockey teams received a hammering on the opening day of the Asia Cup in Jakarta today.

Tigers ready for Korea after mauling Oman in Asia Cup opener


Make way: Malaysia captain Marhan Jalil (left) trying to get past an Oman player in their Asia Cup match in Jakarta yesterday.

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Tigers, powered by a Razie Abdul Rahim hattrick, got off to a rousing start in the Asia Cup when they hammered Oman 7-0 in Jakarta.

Malaysia and Korea Post Big Wins

Malaysia beat Oman 6-0 at Asian Cup Hockey game (IANS)

With World Cup tickets at stake, Malaysia and Korea made a winning start to their campaign on the opening day of the Hero Asia Cup at the GBK Arena on Monday.

Late PAK goal denies India victory

Pakistan kept their hopes alive of qualifying for the World Cup with an equalizer two minutes from the end against arch rivals India on the opening day of the 2022 Hero Asia Cup at the GBK Sports Complex in Jakarta on Monday.

India, Pakistan Share Points in Insipid Clash

It was an India-Pakistan hockey match alright, but it hardly had the exciting ingredients usually associated with such encounters, something not very hard to fathom because both teams fielded a relatively inexperienced side. The kind of hockey fans love to see in an India-Pakistan match was conspicously missing – even more surprising to hear from the Star Sports commentator during the post-match presenatation that it was an ‘engrossing’ match. The Birendra Lakra-captained Indian side hardly looked like an well-oiled side and did secure an early lead in the 9th minute via young Tamil Nadu drag-flicking forward Selvam Karthi, who was of course, helped by Pakistan’s Muhammad Abdullah deflection even as it breached the defences of goalkeeper Akmal Hussain.

India held to a 1-1 draw vs Pakistan in opener

Debutant Selvam Karthi scored for India while Pakistan’s debutant goal-keeper Akmal Hussain was declared man of the match.

By Ali Asgar Nalwala

Asia Cup hockey 2022: India held to a 1-1 draw vs Pakistan in opener Picture by Hockey India

A young Indian men’s hockey team was held to a 1-1 draw by Pakistan in their Asia Cup 2022 Pool A opener in Jakarta, Indonesia on Monday.

India and Pakistan play out intense 1-1 draw

Pakistan equalised with a last-minute goal to end the match at 1-1 after India led for a majority of the game.

By C.C. Chengappa

India Vs Pakistan (Source: Hockey India)

India kicked off its 2022 Asia Cup campaign with a 1-1draw with arch-rivals Pakistan. The match was evenly contested with both sides missing several good chances to take or extend their lead. India however squandered the match at the end allowing Pakistan to score a tap in of a PC.

India concede late in 1-1 draw with Pakistan in campaign opener

India took the lead in the ninth minute through Karthi Selvam before Abdul Rana broke their neighbours' heart by equalising in the 59th from a penalty corner.

India and Pakistan played out a 1-1 draw in the Asia Cup hockey tournament. Image: Hockey India

Jakarta: Defending champions India conceded a late goal to allow arch-rivals Pakistan walk away with a 1-1 draw in their opening Pool A match of the Asia Cup men's hockey tournament, in Jakarta on Monday.

Asia Cup Hockey 2022: Pakistan find last-gasp goal to draw 1-1 with India

Abdul Ghaffar

Pakistani and Indian players complete in an Asia Cup 22 match in Jakarta, Indonesia, May 23. — Pakistan Hockey Federation

A high-voltage encounter between Pakistan and arch-rivals India ended in a 1-1 draw in the Asia Cup 2022 match in Jakarta on Monday.

Chiow Chuan admits Oman can't match Asia's elites yet

FORMER Malaysian international Lim Chiow Chuan admitted that Oman are still a developing team, and his players are not yet ready to play against the elites in the Asia Cup.

China has ‘so much potential’ – Annan

England lost 3-1 at home to China PIC: England Hockey

England women were served advanced warning that China will be no pushovers when the sides next meet at the Women’s World Cup in July.

“Focus on using the perimeter boards to our advantage”

Malaysia, one of the three Asian nations – with India and Pakistan – participating in the upcoming ‘Hero FIH Hockey5s Lausanne 2022’ made Hockey5s history by winning the men’s Gold medal at the Youth Olympic Games in 2018 in Buenos Aires, Argentina!

Scotland women to face Wales in Durham

Scotland women are back in action and will play a three-match series against Wales this weekend at the Graham Sports Centre, Maiden Castle, in Durham.

Pinoké and Bloemendaal through to Dutch men’s final

Pinoké and HC Bloemendaal are assured of a place in next year’s EHL following their spectacular wins through to the Dutch men’s championship final with success against AH&BC Amsterdam and HGC, respectively.

Maddie Hinch: ‘So proud to make history’ as Tilburg reach Dutch big league

Hannah Martin and Maddie Hinch celebrate after winning the shoot-out PIC: REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Images like this have become a familar sight in world hockey: Maddie Hinch jumping into sprinting team-mates following shoot-out success.

BetCity.nl, first ever Official betting Partner of FIH

Lausanne, Switzerland: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) is glad to announce the signing of a 3-year partnership with Dutch betting company BetCity.nl, the first-ever betting partner of hockey’s world governing body.

Hockey Writers’ Club secretary Ken Wilson passes away at 65

Ken Wilson with Lisa Wilson (no relation) at the Hockey Writers' Club awards

Hockey Writers’ Club (HWC) secretary Ken Wilson, a BBC radio producer who became a leading light as a hockey volunteer in recent years, has sadly passed away, aged 65. Ken died peacefully in hospital after a short fight with Lymphoma.

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