2010 Men's Hockey World Cup

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2010 Men's Hockey World Cup
FIHWorldCupDelhi2010.jpg
Official logo
Tournament details
Host country India
City New Delhi
Teams 12
Venue(s) Dhyan Chand National Stadium
Top three teams
Champions  Australia (2nd title)
Runner-up  Germany
Third place  Netherlands
Tournament statistics
Matches played 38
Goals scored 199 (5.24 per match)
Top scorer(s) Australia Luke Doerner
Netherlands Taeke Taekema (8 goals)
Best player Netherlands Guus Vogels
2006 (previous) (next) 2014

The 2010 Hockey World Cup was the 12th edition of Hockey World Cup for men. It was held from 28 February to 13 March 2010 in New Delhi, India.[1]

Australia won the tournament after defeating Germany 2–1 in the final, collecting their second World Cup, after the title obtained in 1986. Netherlands won the third place match by defeating England 4–3.[2]

Background[edit]

India's hosting of the event was put in doubt when the FIH reviewed the progress of the Indian Hockey Federation's "Promoting Indian Hockey" program and India's preparation for the championship, and warned that "satisfactory progress had not been made in either area".[3] India was warned it could lose the right to host the World Cup unless satisfactory progress was made.[4] It was confirmed on 18 July 2008 that the International Hockey Federation formally awarded the hosting rights to India.[5]

Qualification[edit]

Each of the continental champions from five confederations and the host nation received an automatic berth. The European confederation received three extra quotas based upon the FIH World Rankings at the completion of the 2008 Summer Olympics. In addition to the three winners of each of the three Qualifiers, the following twelve teams, shown with final pre-tournament rankings, competed in this tournament.[6]

Dates Event Location Qualifier(s)
Host nation  India (12)
7–15 March 2009 2009 Pan American Cup Santiago, Chile  Canada (11)
9–16 May 2009 2009 Hockey Asia Cup Kuantan, Malaysia  South Korea (5)
10–18 July 2009 2009 Hockey African Cup for Nations Accra, Ghana  South Africa (13)
22–30 August 2009 2009 EuroHockey Nations Championship Amsterdam, Netherlands  England (6)
 Germany (1)
 Netherlands (4)
 Spain (3)
25–29 August 2009 2009 Oceania Cup Invercargill, New Zealand  Australia (2)
31 October–8 November 2009 Qualifier 1 Lille, France  Pakistan (7)
7–15 November 2009 Qualifier 2 Invercargill, New Zealand  New Zealand (8)
14–22 November 2009 Qualifier 3 Quilmes, Argentina  Argentina (14)

Competition format[edit]

Twelve teams competed in the tournament with the competition consisting of two rounds.[7] In the first round, teams were divided into two pools of six teams, and play followed round robin format with each of the teams playing all other teams in the pool once. Teams were awarded three points for a win, one point for a draw and zero points for a loss.[7] At the end of the pool matches, teams were ranked in their pool according to the following criteria in order:[7]

  • Total points accumulated
  • Number of matches won
  • Goal difference
  • Goals for
  • The result of the match played between the teams in question

Following the completion of the pool games, teams placing first and second in each pool advanced to a single elimination round consisting of two semifinal games, a third place playoff and a final.[7] Remaining teams competed in classification matches to determine their ranking in the tournament. During these matches, extra time of 7½ minutes per half was to be played if teams were tied at the end of regulation time. During extra time, play followed golden goal rules with the first team to score declared the winner. If no goals were scored during extra time, a penalty stroke competition was to take place.[7]

Umpires[edit]

16 umpires were appointed by the FIH for this tournament. During each match, a video umpire was used to assist the on-field umpires in determining if a goal had been legally scored.[7] The FIH also mandated that on a trial basis during the tournament, each team received the right to refer one decision made by an on-field umpire to the video umpire for assessment. Referrals were only permitted for decisions made within the 23 meter area relating to the award (or non-award) of goals, penalty strokes and penalty corners.[7] In the event that the referral was upheld, the referring team retained a right of further referral.

  • Christian Blasch (GER)
  • Ged Curran (SCO)
  • David Gentles (AUS)
  • Colin Hutchinson (IRL)
  • Hamish Jamson (ENG)
  • Kim Hong-lae (KOR)
  • Satinder Kumar (IND)
  • Andy Mair (SCO)
  • Raghu Prasad (IND)
  • Tim Pullman (AUS)
  • Marcelo Servetto (ESP)
  • Gary Simmonds (RSA)
  • Amarjit Singh (MAS)
  • Simon Taylor (NZL)
  • Roel van Eert (NED)
  • John Wright (RSA)

Squads[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2010 Men's Hockey World Cup squads.

Results[edit]

All times are Indian Standard Time (UTC+05:30)[8]

First round[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Germany 5 3 2 0 19 9 10 11
 Netherlands 5 3 1 1 15 5 10 10
 South Korea 5 3 1 1 16 8 8 10
 Argentina 5 2 0 3 9 11 −2 6
 New Zealand 5 2 0 3 8 12 −4 6
 Canada 5 0 0 5 6 28 −22 0
     Advanced to semifinals
1 March 2010
16:35
New Zealand  3–2  Canada
Bhana Goal 11'
Haig Goal 47'
Archibald Goal 66'
Report Pearson Goal 1'
Wright Goal 20'
Umpires:
Satinder Kumar (IND)
Marcelo Servetto (ESP)

1 March 2010
18:35
Germany  2–2  South Korea
Fuchs Goal 50'
Weß Goal 58'
Report Hyun Hye-sung Goal 4'
Lee Nam-yong Goal 15'
Umpires:
Ged Curran (SCO)
Tim Pullman (AUS)

1 March 2010
20:35
Netherlands  3–0  Argentina
Taekema Goal 13'35'61' Report
Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
David Gentles (AUS)

3 March 2010
16:35
Canada  0–6  Germany
Report Weß Goal 3'
Montag Goal 21'
Müller Goal 22'
Haener Goal 27'
Fuchs Goal 58'63'
Umpires:
David Gentles (AUS)
Kim Hong-lae (KOR)

3 March 2010
16:35
Argentina  1–2  South Korea
Callioni Goal 53' Report Lee Nam-yong Goal 62'
Nam Hyun-woo Goal 70'
Umpires:
Christian Blasch (GER)
Satinder Kumar (IND)

3 March 2010
20:35
New Zealand  1–3  Netherlands
Burrows Goal 1' Report Brouwer Goal 2'
Taekema Goal 7'
Hertzberger Goal 27'
Umpires:
Marcelo Servetto (ESP)
John Wright (RSA)

5 March 2010
16:35
South Korea  1–2  New Zealand
Lee Nam-yong Goal 70' Report Hayward Goal 4'
Couzins Goal 22'
Umpires:
Gary Simmonds (RSA)
Satinder Kumar (IND)

5 March 2010
18:35
Netherlands  6–0  Canada
Taekema Goal 41'
Brouwer Goal 43'
Hofman Goal 48'56'
Reckers Goal 53'63'
Report
Umpires:
Kim Hong-lae (KOR)
Ged Curran (SCO)

5 March 2010
20:35
Germany  4–3  Argentina
Zwicker Goal 5'14'
Witthaus Goal 23'
Hëner Goal 51'
Report L. Vila Goal 6'
Paredes Goal 34'
Ibarra Goal 55'
Umpires:
Roel van Eert (NED)
Andy Mair (SCO)

7 March 2010
16:35
South Korea  9–2  Canada
Nam Hyun-woo Goal 23'67'
Jang Jong-hyun Goal 35+'42'61'
Lee Nam-yong Goal 38'
Yoon Sung-hoon Goal 40'
You Hyo-sik Goal 41'63'
Report Wright Goal 42'51'
Umpires:
Colin Hutchinson (SCO)
Simon Taylor (NZL)

7 March 2010
18:35
New Zealand  0–1  Argentina
Report Callioni Goal 55'
Umpires:
Christian Blasch (GER)
Gary Simmonds (RSA)

7 March 2010
20:35
Germany  2–2  Netherlands
Korn Goal 44'
Montag Goal 63'
Report Jolie Goal 23'
De Nooijer Goal 65'
Umpires:
David Gentles (AUS)
Andy Mair (SCO)

9 March 2010
16:35
Germany  5–2  New Zealand
Menke Goal 15'
Fuchs Goal 28'
Witte Goal 47'
Fürste Goal 63'
Witthaus Goal 64'
Report McAleese Goal 51'
Wilson Goal 54'
Umpires:
Andy Mair (SCO)
John Wright (RSA)

9 March 2010
18:35
Netherlands  1–2  South Korea
Brouwer Goal 1' Report Nam Hyun-woo Goal 31'
Seo Jong-ho Goal 45'
Umpires:
David Gentles (AUS)
Ged Curran (SCO)

9 March 2010
20:35
Canada  2–4  Argentina
Tupper Goal 60'
Jameson Goal 65'
Report L. Vila Goal 29'
Paredes Goal 43'
Almada Goal 56'
Argento Goal 70'
Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Kim Hong-lae (KOR)

Pool B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Australia 5 4 0 1 23 6 17 12
 England 5 4 0 1 17 12 5 12
 Spain 5 3 0 2 12 8 4 9
 India 5 1 1 3 13 17 −4 4
 South Africa 5 1 1 3 13 28 −15 4
 Pakistan 5 1 0 4 9 16 −7 3
     Advanced to semifinals
28 February 2010
16:35
South Africa  2–4  Spain
Hykes Goal 16'
Haley Goal 30'
Report Oliva Goal 19'
Alegre Goal 20'
GarzaGoal 45'
Quemada Goal 61'
Umpires:
Roel van Eert (NED)
Colin Hutchinson (IRL)

28 February 2010
18:35
Australia  2–3  England
Dwyer Goal 23'64' Report Jackson Goal 24'
Tindall Goal 33'45'
Umpires:
Christian Blasch (GER)
Kim Hong-lae (KOR)

28 February 2010
20:35
India  4–1  Pakistan
Shivendra Singh Goal 27'
Sandeep Singh Goal 35+'56'
P. Singh Goal 37'
Report Abbas Goal 59'
Umpires:
Andy Mair (SCO)
John Wright (RSA)

2 March 2010
16:35
South Africa  4–6  England
Harper Goal 10'53'
Norris-Jones Goal 25'
McDade Goal 67'
Report Mantell Goal 15'57'
Moore Goal 23'
Jackson Goal 43'
Catlin Goal 50'
Mackay Goal 51'
Umpires:
Tim Pullman (AUS)
Simon Taylor (NZL)

2 March 2010
18:35
Pakistan  2–1  Spain
Khan Goal 29'67' Report Alegre Goal 65'
Umpires:
Gary Simmonds (RSA)
Roel van Eert (NED)

2 March 2010
20:35
India  2–5  Australia
Pillay Goal 35'
R. Singh Goal 53'
Report De Young Goal 2'
Turner Goal 7'43'
Abbott Goal 26'
Doerner Goal 42'
Umpires:
Ged Curran (SCO)
Andy Mair (SCO)

4 March 2010
16:35
South Africa  0–12  Australia
Report Doerner Goal 16'34'49'66'68'
Turner Goal 20'62'
Abbott Goal 26'
Kavanagh Goal 35'
Butturini Goal 44'
Dwyer Goal 52'54'
Umpires:
Simon Taylor (NZL)
Hamish Jamson (ENG)

4 March 2010
18:35
England  5–2  Pakistan
Clarke Goal 20'62'
Jackson Goal 32'
Middleton Goal 52'65'
Report Abbasi Goal 45'
Butt Goal 49'
Umpires:
Christian Blasch (GER)
Tim Pullman (AUS)

4 March 2010
20:35
India  2–5  Spain
Sandeep Singh Goal 39'
Chandi Goal 43'
Report Sala Goal 19'
Amat Goal 35'
Quemada Goal 41'67'
Oliva Goal 42'
Umpires:
John Wright (RSA)
David Gentles (AUS)

6 March 2010
16:35
Australia  2–0  Spain
Doerner Goal 20'
Turner Goal 60'
Report
Umpires:
John Wright (RSA)
Ged Curran (SCO)

6 March 2010
18:35
South Africa  4–3  Pakistan
Carr Goal 38'
Haley Goal 41'
T. Paton Goal 46'
Harper Goal 54'
Report Butt Goal 6'
Imran Goal 68'
W. Ahmed Goal 70+'
Umpires:
Tim Pullman (AUS)
Hamish Jamson (ENG)

6 March 2010
20:35
India  2–3  England
Chandi Goal 54'
R. Singh Goal 57'
Report Tindall Goal 16'
Jackson Goal 42'47'
Umpires:
Christian Blasch (GER)
Marcelo Servetto (ESP)

8 March 2010
16:35
Spain  2–0  England
Quemada Goal 35'
Tubau Goal 64'
Report
Umpires:
Tim Pullman (AUS)
Satinder Kumar (IND)

8 March 2010
18:35
Australia  2–1  Pakistan
Abbott Goal 38'68' Report Abbas Goal 24'
Umpires:
Marcelo Servetto (ESP)
Gary Simmonds (RSA)

8 March 2010
20:35
India  3–3  South Africa
Sarwanjit Singh Goal 17'
Diwakar Goal 25'
Shivendra Singh Goal 66'
Report Norris-Jones Goal 7'
Reid-Ross Goal 39'
Smith Goal 48'
Umpires:
Ged Curran (SCO)
Roel van Eert (NED)

Fifth to twelfth place classification[edit]

Eleventh and twelfth place[edit]

11 March 2010
15:35
Canada  3–2 (a.e.t.)  Pakistan
Grimes Goal 12'
Pearson Goal 58'
Tupper Goal 83'
Report Butt Goal 4'
Ali Goal 46'
Umpires:
Colin Hutchinson (IRL)
Simon Taylor (NZL)

Ninth and tenth place[edit]

12 March 2010
15:35
New Zealand  4–4 (a.e.t.)  South Africa
Inglis Goal 40'
Hayward Goal 42'49'70+'
Report Reid-Ross Goal 4'
Norris-Jones Goal 45'
T. Paton Goal 50'
Hammond Goal 57'
Penalties
Archibald Penalty stroke missed
Couzins Penalty stroke scored
Hayward Penalty stroke scored
McAleese Penalty stroke scored
Wilson Penalty stroke scored
——
Couzins Penalty stroke scored
5–4 Penalty stroke scored Madsen
Penalty stroke scored Reid-Ross
Penalty stroke missed W. Paton
Penalty stroke scored Haley
Penalty stroke scored Carr
——
Penalty stroke missed Madsen
Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Satinder Kumar (IND)

Seventh and eighth place[edit]

12 March 2010
18:05
Argentina  4–2  India
Argento Goal 28'
L. Vila Goal 43'45'
Callioni Goal 46'
Report Sandeep Singh Goal 42'
Shivendra Singh Goal 49'
Umpires:
Tim Pullman (AUS)
Kim Hong-lae (KOR)

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

12 March 2010
20:35
South Korea  0–2  Spain
Report Amat Goal 1'32'
Umpires:
Ged Curran (SCO)
Roel van Eert (NED)

First to fourth place classification[edit]

Semi-finals Final
11 March 2010
  Germany  4  
  England  1  
 
13 March 2010
      Germany  1
    Australia  2
Third place
11 March 2010 13 March 2010
  Australia  2   England  3
  Netherlands  1     Netherlands  4

Semifinals[edit]

11 March 2010
18:05
Germany  4–1  England
Montag Goal 6'
Korn Goal 11'
HënerGoal 31'
Butt Goal 60'
Report Smith Goal 19'
Umpires:
David Gentles (AUS)
John Wright (RSA)

11 March 2010
20:35
Australia  2–1  Netherlands
Doerner Goal 27'
Turner Goal 55'
Report Taekema Goal 58'
Umpires:
Christan Blasch (GER)
Andy Mair (SCO)

Third and fourth place[edit]

13 March 2010
15:35
England  3–4  Netherlands
Brogdon Goal 23'
Jackson Goal 30'34'
Report De Nooijer Goal 22'
Taekema Goal 48'
Vermeulen Goal 55'
Hofman Goal 67'
Umpires:
Marcelo Servetto (ESP)
Gary Simmonds (RSA)

Final[edit]

13 March 2010
18:05
Germany  1–2  Australia
Fürste Goal 48' Report Ockenden Goal 6'
Doerner Goal 60'
Umpires:
Andy Mair (SCO)
John Wright (RSA)

Awards[edit]

Top Goalscorer Player of the Tournament Goalkeeper of the Tournament Defender of the Tournament Fair Play Trophy
Australia Luke Doerner
Netherlands Taeke Taekema
Netherlands Guus Vogels Netherlands Guus Vogels Germany Maximilian Müller  New Zealand

Final ranking[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010 Men’s Hockey World Cup to be staged in New Delhi". FIH. 2007-11-07. Retrieved 2012-11-03. 
  2. ^ "World Cup goes to Australia!". 2010-03-13. Retrieved 2012-11-03. 
  3. ^ "FIH requires urgent action from India". FIH. 2008-03-31. Retrieved 2012-11-03. 
  4. ^ "India warned it could lose right to host 2010 Hockey World Cup". Reuters India. 2008-04-01. Retrieved 2012-11-03. 
  5. ^ "FIH books progress in India". FIH. 2008-07-18. Retrieved 2012-11-03. 
  6. ^ "Qualification Criteria, Men's and Women's World Cups, 2010". FIH. September 2008. Retrieved 2012-10-23. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g Tournament regulations - Hero Honda FIH Men's World Cup 2010
  8. ^ "2010 FIH Men's Hockey World Cup - Schedule & Results". indiatimes.com. The Times of India. Retrieved 2010-03-02. 

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