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India–Pakistan field hockey rivalry

India–Pakistan field hockey rivalry
City or region Worldwide
Teams involved  India
 Pakistan
First contested  India 1 - 0  Pakistan (1956 Melbourne Olympics Gold medal match)
Number of meetings 160
Most wins  Pakistan (78)
Most recent meeting

2014 Asian Games,  South Korea

 India 1 - 1  Pakistan (India win in penalties 4-2)
Largest victory 7-1 (  Pakistan, two times) [1]

India and Pakistan have played against each other several times in field hockey. They participate in Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, Hockey Asia Cup, Hockey Champions Trophy, Sultan Azlan Shah Cup and Summer Olympic Games.

India and Pakistan have a record of facing each other in the first six Asian games hockey finals. They have played in seven finals against each other out of which Pakistan has won six and India has won one gold. Both nations have played each other from 1956 to 1964 in three successive Olympic Hockey finals. India won gold twice while Pakistan won once. They played in four Asia cup hockey finals against each other. Pakistan won three out of those. Pakistan have a record of winning the first three Asia cup hockey (i.e. 1982, 1985 and 1989) against India in row. Both teams participate in Sultan Azlan Shah hockey which is held every year in Malaysia. India beat Pakistan in the first Asian Hockey Champions Trophy final by 4 - 2 in penalties.

Contents

  • Statistics 1
  • India v/s Pakistan Test Series 2
  • Champion's Cup 3
  • India v/s Pakistan Major Tournament Matches 4
  • Other Matches 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

Statistics

By Year

Year wise record of India vs Pakistan Hockey:[2]

Year Matches Results Goals
India Pakistan Draw India Pakistan
1950s 2 1 0 1 1 0
1960s 6 2 3 1 3 5
1970s 13 3 9 1 10 27
1980s 46 14 22 10 79 111
1990s 26 9 13 4 52 62
20th 93 29 47 17 145 205
2000s 47 14 27 6 108 128
2010s 18 11 4 5 50 34
21st 65 25 31 11 162 165
Total 160 54 78 28 307 370
By Tournament

The record between India and Pakistan by tournament is:[3]

Tournament Matches Results Goals
India Pakistan Draw India Pakistan
India vs Pakistan Test series 52 16 25 11 104 124
Summer Olympics 7 2 4 1 3 8
World Cup 5 3 2 0 10 7
Champions Trophy 17 6 11 0 41 50
Asian Games 12 4 9 2 14 27
Asia Cup 6 1 5 0 10 18
Asian Hockey Champions Trophy 4 1 1 2 8 8
Afro-Asian Games 1 0 0 1 1 1
Commonwealth Games 2 1 1 0 8 8
Africa 2 1 0 1 5 2
Americas 2 0 1 1 5 8
Asia 31 13 12 6 59 631
Europe 10 1 8 1 16 33
Oceania 6 3 0 3 17 11
Total 159 54 78 28 307 370

India v/s Pakistan Test Series

India and Pakistan have played test series from 1978 to 2006. They played 8 test series in this span out of which Pakistan won 6, India won one and one was draw. Out of 52 matches played Pakistan has won 25, India has won 16 and 11 are draw. The goal aggregation so far is ( Pakistan 124 - 104 India). In 1998 both hosted 4 matches out of which Pakistan won 4, India won 3 and one was draw.[4] The last was played in 2006 with three matches in both nations. Pakistan won the three matches while India won one and two were draw.

Indo-Pak test series of field hockey is expected to restart from 2013 as declared by Hockey India.[5]

The overall results of the test series are:[6]
Year Matches Winner Results  Pakistan  India
Captain Coach Captain Coach
1978 4 Pakistan win 3 - 1 Islahuddin Siddique Sayad A. Hussain V. J. Philips R. S. Gentle
1981 4 Pakistan win 2 - 1 Akhtar Rasool Zakauddin Surjeet Singh Harmeek Singh
1986 7 India win 3 - 2 Hassan Sardar Anwar Ahmad Khan Mohmmad Shaheed M. P. Ganesh
1988 6 Draw 2 - 2 Nasir Ali Manzoor-ul-Hasan M. M. Somaya M. P. Ganesh
1998 8 Pakistan win 4 - 3 Tahir Zaman Islahuddin Siddique Dhanraj Pillay V Bhaskaran
1999 9 Pakistan win 5 - 3 Atif Bashir Shahnaz Shaikh Anil Aldrin V Bhaskaran
2004 8 Pakistan win 4 - 2 Waseem Ahmad Roelant Oltmans Dileep Tirkey Gehard Rach
2006 6 Pakistan win 3 - 1 Mohammad Saqlain Asif Bajwa Ignace Tirkey Rajinder Singh Jr.
2013 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Champion's Cup

Hockey India has proposed a club tournament featuring top four domestic sides of both the countries India and Pakistan. This tournament will be called as Champion's Cup.[7]

India v/s Pakistan Major Tournament Matches

The following table show India vs Pakistan in major tournaments and their finishing in the tournament:

Tournament Year Venue Final Position Results (India-Pakistan Match)
India Pakistan India Pakistan Note
Field hockey at the Summer Olympics 1956 Melbourne Gold Silver 1 0 India Win
Field hockey at the Asian Games 1958 Tokyo Silver Gold 0 0 Pakistan was declared winner due to better goal Avg
Field hockey at the Summer Olympics 1960 Rome Silver Gold 0 1 Pakistan win
Field hockey at the Asian Games 1962 Jakarta Silver Gold 0 2 Pakistan Win
Field hockey at the Summer Olympics 1964 Tokyo Gold Silver 1 0 India Win
Field hockey at the Asian Games 1966 Bangkok Gold Silver 1 0 India win
Field hockey at the Asian Games 1970 Bangkok Silver Gold 0 1 Pakistan Win
Field hockey at the Asian Games 1974 Tehran Silver Gold 0 2 Pakistan Win
Hockey World Cup 1975 Kuala Lumpur Winners 2 2 1 India Win
Field hockey at the Asian Games 1978 Bangkok Silver Gold 0 1 Pakistan Win
Hockey Asia Cup 1982 Karachi 2 Winner 0 4 Pakistan Win
Field hockey at the Asian Games 1982 New Delhi Silver Gold 1 7 Pakistan Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 1983 Ipho 3 2 1 1 Draw
Hockey Asia Cup 1985 Dhaka 2 Winner 2 3 Pakistan Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 1985 Ipho Winner 3 1 0 India Win
Field hockey at the Summer Olympics 1988 Seoul 6 5 1 2 Pakistan Win
Hockey Asia Cup 1989 New Delhi 2 Winner 0 2 Pakistan Win
Field hockey at the Asian Games 1990 Beijing Silver Gold 2 3 Pakistan Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 1991 Ipho Winner 2 1 0 India Win
South Asian Games 1995 Madras 5 2 India Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2000 Ipho 3 Winner 1 2 Pakistan Win [8]
Field hockey at the Asian Games 2002 Busan Silver 4 4 3 India Win
Hockey Asia Cup 2003 Kuala Lumpur Winner 2 4 2 India Win
2004 Summer Olympics field hockey Qualification 2004 Madrid 4 3 3 5 Pakistan Win
2 4 Pakistan Win
Field hockey at the Summer Olympics 2004 Athens 7 5 0 3 Pakistan Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2004 Ipho 7 2 2 3 Pakistan Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2005 Ipho 5 3 2 3 Pakistan Win
Hockey at the Commonwealth Games 2006 Melbourne 6 Silver 1 4 Pakistan Win
South Asian Games 2006 Matale Runner up Winners 2 0 India Win
2 3 Pakistan Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2008 Ipho 2 4 2 1 India Win
Hockey Asia Cup 2009 Kuantan 5 2 2 3 Pakistan Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009 Ipho Winner 4 2 1 India Win
Hockey Champions Challenge I 2009 Salta 3 Runner Up 3 6 Pakistan Win
Hockey World Cup 2010 New Delhi 8 12 4 1 India Win
South Asian Games 2010 Dhaka Runner up Winner 5 1 India Win
1 1 Pakistan Win in Penalties (4-3)
Hockey at the Commonwealth Games 2010 New Delhi Silver 6 7 4 India Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2010 Ipho Join Winner with South Korea 5 4 2 India Win
Field hockey at the Asian Games 2010 Guangzhou Bronze Gold 3 2 India Win
Asian Hockey Champions Trophy 2011 Ordos Winner Runner up 2 2 Draw
0 0 India Win in Penalties (4 - 2)
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2011 Ipho 5 2 1 3 Pakistan Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2012 Ipho 3 7 2 1 India Win
Hockey Champions Trophy 2012 Melbourne 4 3 2 3 Pakistan Win
Asian Hockey Champions Trophy 2012 Doha Runner up Winner 2 1 India Win
4 5 Pakistan Win
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2013 Ipho 5 6 3 1 India Win
4 2 India Win
Field hockey at the Asian Games 2014 Incheon Gold Silver 1 2 Pakistan Win
1 1 India Win in Penalties (4 - 2)

Other Matches

Other matches played between India and Pakistan are:

Tournament Year Venue Results (India-Pakistan Match)
India Pakistan Note
Hockey Festival 1966 Hamburg 1 1 Draw
Pre-Olympic Invitation Tournament 1967 London 0 1 Pakistan Win
Jinnah Memorial Cup 1976 Lahore 0 5 Pakistan win
Pentangular Cup 1980 Kuala Lumpur 1 3 Pakistan win
Test Matches 1982 Dubai 1 5 Pakistan win
1 3 Pakistan win
Esanda Cup 1982 Melbourne 2 1 India Win
Golden Jubilee Cup 1983 Hong Kong 1 5 Pakistan win
Test Matches 1985 Kuwait City 1 0 India Win
1 0 India Win
Doha 1 1 Draw
Emirates Cup 1986 Dubai 2 2 Draw
Kuwait City 3 3 Draw
4 Nations Cups 1986 Leningrad 0 2 Pakistan Win
Marshall Invitation Cup 1988 Nairobi 3 0 India Win
2 2 Draw
Indira Gandhi Gold Cup 1989 Lucknow 0 3 Pakistan Win
Atlanta Challenge Cup 1996 Atlanta 2 2 Draw
Prime Ministers Cup 2001 Dhaka 3 3 India Win in Penalties (6-5)
4 nations tournament 2003 Perth 2 0 India Win
Sydney 4 4 Draw
Rabobank 4 nations Tournament 2004 Amsterdam 1 6 Pakistan Win
3 5 Pakistan Win
Rabobank 8 nations mini world cup 2005 Amsterdam 1 3 Pakistan Win
3 nations tournament 2011 Busselton 3 3 Draw
Bunbury 1 1 Draw
Friendly 2011 India 2 3 Pakistan Win
Lanco International Super Series Hockey Tournament [9] 2012 Perth 5 2 India Win

See also

References

  1. ^ Indo-Pak Highs and Lows and Streaks
  2. ^ Indo-Pak Year-wise Win-Loss Record
  3. ^ Indo-Pak Tournament-wise Win-Loss Record
  4. ^ HABIB BANK TROPHY and PEPSI FRIENDSHIP GOLD CUP
  5. ^ "Indo-Pak hockey tests to start from 2013 onwards". The Hindu. August 29, 2012. 
  6. ^ Indo-Pak Hockey Series
  7. ^ "Hockey India proposes Indo-Pak series between domestic teams". Times of India. Jun 3, 2012. 
  8. ^ AZLAN SHAH 2000 HIGHLIGHTS
  9. ^ Lanco Series hockey: India beat Pak 5-2
  • Past winners Azlan Shah Cup

External links

  • All Other Indo-Pak Matches
  • Z News India beat Pakistan 2-1
  • India waste 3-0 lead in ill-tempered match vs Pak
  • Field hockey rivalry draws huge crowd
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