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News for 25 May 2022

All the news for Wednesday 25 May 2022

Hero Asia Cup 2022 - 25 May

All times GMT +7

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)      4 - 5
24 May 2022 18:30     JPN v IND (Pool A)         5 - 2

25 May 2022 is a rest day

26 May 2022 11:45     OMA v KOR (Pool B)    
26 May 2022 14:00     MAS v BAN (Pool B)    
26 May 2022 16:15     PAK v JPN (Pool A)    
26 May 2022 18:30     IND v INA (Pool A) 

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Asia Hockey Cup 2022: Dominant Pakistan thrash Indonesia 13-0

Pakistani and Indonesian players complete in an Asia Cup 22 match in Jakarta, Indonesia, May 24. — Picture via PHF/Twitter

Pakistan registered a thumping victory over Indonesia as the visitors defeated the hosts 13-0 in their second pool match of the Asia Hockey Cup 2022 at Jakarta's GBK Sports Arena on Tuesday.

Pakistan crush Indonesia 13-0 in Asia Hockey Cup match

LAHORE – Phenomenal Pakistan players’ outstanding hockey skills and attacking moves helped them crush hosts Indonesia 13-0 in their second pool match of the Asia Hockey Cup 2022 at the GBK Sports Arena, Jakarta on Tuesday.

Malaysia survive Korea scare in Asia Cup

By Jugjet Singh

Malaysia's Faizal Saari (in yellow) in action against South Korea in a Asia Cup Group B match at GBK Stadium in Jakarta today. - Pic courtesy of MHC

JAKARTA: Malaysia survived four yellow cards and a penalty stroke to beat South Korea 5-4 to cement their spot in the Super-Four of the Asia Cup at GBK Stadium here today.

Malaysia live dangerously before sealing super four spot


On the double: Defender Razie Rahim closes in on a South Korean player in an Asia Cup clash in Jakarta yesterday. — MHC

PETALING JAYA: A third quarter wobble almost spoiled a brilliant day for the Speedy Tigers who hung on valiantly to edge South Korea 5-4 to seal a super four spot in the Asia Cup.

Malaysia qualify for Super-Four, India beaten by Japan

India (blue) and Japan in action in today's Asia Cup Group A match at GBK Stadium in Jakarta. PIC COURTESY OF AHF

JAKARTA: Malaysia sailed into the Super-Four of the Asia Cup here when they edged a determined South Korea 5-4 in Group B at GBK Stadium.

Japan push India to the brink of elimination

S2H Team

Have India been punished for administrative overconfidence? Their team packed with junior players were exposed in crucial areas by Asian Games champions Japan 5-2 in Pool A of the Hero Asia Cup at the GBK Sports Complex in Jakarta on Tuesday and are now on the verge of making a premature exit from the tournament.

World no. 17 Japan beat world no. 3 India

The match was a must-win for the world no. 3 team with the subsequent result leading to India being falling to 3rd place in Pool A

By C.C. Chengappa

India vs Japan (Source: Asian Hockey Federation)

There were high expectations from India heading into the game but the world no 3 team lost out to world no. 17 Japan in a completely one-sided contest. Japan seemed to begin the proceedings with an intent to take an early lead. They had several circle penetrations in the opening 10 minutes of the first quarter and India seemed to struggle to contain them. The Indian attack however bounced back quickly and managed to weave its way past the Japanese defence. The first quarter ended with the score at 0-0.

India handed a 5-2 defeat by Japan

India conceded three goals in the final quarter and are placed third on the Pool A points table.

By Ali Asgar Nalwala

Asia Cup hockey 2022: India handed a 5-2 defeat by Japan. Picture by Hockey India

The Indian men’s hockey team lost to Japan 5-2 in their second match of the Asia Cup 2022 Pool A at the GBK Sports Complex Hockey Stadium in Jakarta, Indonesia on Tuesday.

Japan hammers India 5-2

India's chances after this defeat will be badly dented as even a big win against Indonesia in the last game might not be enough for qualification to the knock-out stages.

India has one point from two games in Pool A of the Asia Cup.   -  SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT

A new-look Indian team paid for its inexperience and profligacy with Asian champions Japan soundly thrashing them 5-2 in a group A league match of the men's Asia Cup hockey championship here on Tuesday.

Gobi's men raise white flag?

By Jugjet Singh

Oman coach Lim Chiow Chuan (left) and Bangladesh coach K. Gobinathan.

BANGLADESH coach K. Gobinathan has already "surrendered" even before his men face Malaysia in hockey's Asia Cup tomorrow at GBK Stadium in Jakarta.

“Focusing on our 3D skills and short passing”

India is the highest ranked nation participating in the upcoming ‘Hero FIH Hockey5s Lausanne 2022’ in both the men’s and women’s category, and the Hockey5s event presents them an opportunity to showcase their hockey ascendancy in a quite different format!

Men's Championship Finals Hit Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre Alongside FIH Pro League

The finals of England Hockey’s men’s tiered championships will be played alongside FIH Pro League games at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre showcasing domestic and international games together giving club players from all levels the chance to play alongside the England teams.

Martin and Costello add to English champions line-up

Surbiton have added two more excellent additions to their panel for the 2022/23 season with Hannah Martin returning to the club while Amy Costello is also set to link up with the Sugden Road outfit.

Makerere stings Originals in Uganda Cup ouster

The Originals' defence was constantly attacked by the Stingers forwards

Charles Lwanga

MUK Stingers’ Brian Bayule gestures during the match. Photo by Charles Lwanga

Makerere University Stingers’ coach Dulf Musoke has expressed his gratitude to the team for the clinical work done over the two legs against the Originals.

Neil McCorkindale is Hockey NZ’s 2021 Volunteer of the Year

Neil McCorkindale has spent his life dedicated to hockey in Auckland. In his 80’s he is a stalwart of the game, year in and year out.

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