The Men’s Asia hockey cup is going to begin from tomorrow 24th August, 2013 in Ipoh, Malaysia. Pakistan vs Japan match will be played on the first day. You will be able to catch live score goals, live commentary, team squads, live match results, match prediction and complete goal highlights here. The matches will be broadcasted live by ESPN Star Sports. Pakistan vs Japan live hockey match Asia cup 2013 will begin on 15:35 IST at Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium, Ipoh, Malaysia.
Teams participating in the tournament have been divided in two groups. Pakistan is in Pool A along with the home team Malaysia, Chinese-Taipei and Japan and the Pool B consists of Korea, India, Oman and Bangladesh. Korea is the defending champion of Asia Cup.
On the first day of the tournament three matches will be played including Pakistan vs Japan, India vs Oman and Malaysia vs Chinese-Taipei. Pakistan has successfully defeated the Bangladesh hockey team in their warm-up.
This is a good thing for Pakistani hockey team and it will boost-up their moral. The bad news is that Shafqat Rasool got injured during the practice and may not be able to play in the match against Japan. Pakistan have shown a intense amount of improvement in their game and defeated Bangladesh easily with 6-0 goals margin.
Pakistan vs Japan Hockey Match Asia Cup 2013 – 24 Aug
Pak vs Japan Hockey Match 2013
Event: Hockey Asia Cup 2013
Date: 24 August 2013 | 23-08-2013
Time: 15:35 IST
Venue: Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium
Hockey Live Score Online Updates
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|Pakistan vs Japan Hockey Score|
Match End = Final Time
Waqas 1st (10 mins)
Waqas 2nd (20 mins)
Haseem Khan 3rd (22 mins)
Muhammad Tousiq 4th (25 mins)
Muhammad Imran 5th (33rd Mins)
Muhammad Tousiq 6th (34th mins)
Muhammad Imran 7th (69th mins)
Live Match Commentary#
- Final score: Pakistan 7 Japan 0
- Hockey Asia Cup:Muhammad Imran seals the match for Pakistan at the dead with a brilliant flick… 7-0 final score
- Imran scores at the death and its Pakistan 7 Japan 0
- Pakistan team lead on Japan. well played all boys, well defend Japn in 2nd Half but finally result Pakistan Won the Match.
- Hockey Asia Cup: One minute left on the clock and Pakistan earn a PC
- 5 minutes to end of regulation time, Pakistan lead Japan 6-0. All goals in first half.
- In today match Pakistan team show their real class. well defend Japan in second half…
- Hockey Asia Cup: Well saved by Pakistan goalkeeper
- 13 minutes remain and Japan awarded first PC, Pakistan had 6 in first half
- In 9th Asia Cup Hockey Tournament, against Japan Pakistan was leading by six goals to nill at Ipoh, Malaysia when last reports came in.
- Pakistan look confidently in match..so they are wants more goals…sty tune
- Hockey Asia Cup: Japan defending exceptionally well in the second half..
- 50 minutes played Pakistan 6 Japan 0
- 2nd Half started….
- Half Time : Pakistan 6 – 0 Japan. really awesome game by #Paki team. well Done!
- Indian hockey team started their Asia Cup campaign on a bright note, hammering Oman 8-0 in Ipoh, Malaysia,
- Hockey Asia Cup: Muhammad Tousiq makes it 6-0 just before the half time hooter…
- Tousiq makes it 6-0 via PC at the stroke of halftime
- Hockey Asia Cup: Pakistan lead 5-0 with 1 minute left on the clock before half time
- Hockey Asia Cup: Muhammad Imran sends his flick to the roof of the net
- Imran makes it 5-0 in the 33rd minute. Pakistan lead Japan 5-0 and its not even first half yet
- Hockey Asia Cup: massive pressure on the Japanese full backs…another PC for Pakistan
- Hockey Asia Cup: Saved off the line by the post man
- Hockey Asia Cup: PC to pakistan
- Pakistan is leading 4-0 against #Japan at 9th Asia Cup 2013 – Ipoh #Hockey Waqas scored twice, Abdul Hassem Khan..
- Hockey Asia Cup: Pakistan score another through Muhammad Tousiq
- It’s a rout as Tousiq makes it 4-0 in the 25th minute
- Hockey Asia Cup: Waqas and Abdul Haseem Khan score in the 20 and 22nd minute to make it 3-0 for Pakistan ..
- Haseem Khan makes it 3-0 in the 22nd minute
- 2-0 to Pakistan as Waqas strikes again in the 20th minute
- Waqas puts Pakistan ahead via PC rebound in the 13th min
- Hockey Asia Cup: Waqas slots home from the rebound for Pakistan..1-0
- Hockey Asia Cup: 2nd pc for Pakistan
- Hockey Asia Cup: Next Up Japan vs Pakistan
- India beat Oman 8-0 in the opening game of #Hockey #AsiaCup 2013 in Ipoh
- Hockey Asia Cup: Pakistan vs Japan gets underway..
- Hockey Asia Cup: PC for Pakistan
- Hockey Asia Cup: well charged down by the Japan defender
- Asia Cup current score Pakistan 0 Japan 0 after 10 mins
This is a do or die situation for Pakistan hockey team as if they will not be able to win this match they will not be able to qualify for the Hockey World Cup for the first time so there is a huge amount of pressure on the team.
Pakistan Hockey Team Squad for Asia Cup 2013:
Mohammad Imran (captain), Imran Butt, Mohammad Irfan, Mohammad Rizwan Junior, Mohammad Tauseeq, Waseem Ahmed, Salman Akbar, Rashid Mahmood, Fareed Ahmed, Aamir Shahzad, Waqas Sharif, Shafqat Rasool, Abdul Haseem Khan, Shakil Abassi, Ali Shan, Mohammad Umar Bhutta, Mohammad Dilber, Mohammad Zubair.
Japan Hockey Squad for Asia Cup 2013:
Rika Komazawa (Captain), Ryoko Oie, Shiho Sakai, Mayumi Ono, Akiko Ota, Hazuki Nagai, Miyuki Nakagawa, Aki Mitsuhashi, Mazuki Arai, Ayaka Nishimura, Aya Ueda, Yuri Nagai, Kana Nomura, Shiho Otsuka, Yuka Yoshikawa, Keiko Manabe, Shihori Oikawa, Akane Shibata.
Pakistan team is in a very impressive condition and will be having a high level of confidence while coming into this match after defeating Bangladesh with a huge margin of 6-0 in the warm-up match that’s why they are the favorite team for this match.
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