1982 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy

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1982 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy
Tournament details
Host countryNetherlands
CityAmstelveen
Dates6–13 June
Teams6 (from 3 confederations)
Venue(s)Wagener Stadium
Top three teams
Champions Netherlands (2nd title)
Runner-up Australia
Third place India
Tournament statistics
Matches played15
Goals scored94 (6.27 per match)
Top scorer(s)Australia Craig Davies
Netherlands Ties Kruize (9 goals)
1981 (previous) (next) 1983

The 1982 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 4th edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy, an international men's field hockey tournament. It took place from 6 June to 13 June in Amstelveen, Netherlands. The Netherlands won the tournament for the second time in a row by finishing first in the round-robin tournament.

Results[edit]

Pool[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1st, gold medalist(s)  Netherlands (C, H) 5 4 1 0 21 10 +11 9
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Australia 5 2 2 1 20 14 +6 6
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  India 5 3 0 2 16 20 −4 6
4  Pakistan 5 2 1 2 21 19 +2 5
5  West Germany 5 1 2 2 10 14 −4 4
6  Soviet Union 5 0 0 5 6 17 −11 0
Source: FIH
(C) Champion; (H) Host.

Results[edit]

6 June 1982
13:30
Pakistan  6–1  West Germany
A. Khan Goal 17'28'
I. Ahmed Goal 35'
K. Khan Goal 57'68'
Sardar Goal 66'
Report Wistuba Goal 35'
Umpires:
Louismichel Gillet (FRA)
Ian Pitt (AUS)
6 June 1982
15:30
Netherlands  4–3  Australia
Bouwman Goal 18'20'
Van Grimbergen Goal 37'
Diepeveen Goal 51'
Report Charlesworth Goal 1'38'
Davies Goal 32'
Umpires:
J Stelter (FRG)
Manuel Alcantara (ESP)
6 June 1982
17:30
India  4–2  Soviet Union
Fernandes Goal 10'
S. Singh Goal 13'
Kumar Goal 34'
R. Singh Goal 50'
Report Pleshakov Goal 21'
Michournov Goal 44'
Umpires:
Gerrit Hagels (NED)
Rob Lathouwers (NED)

7 June 1982
17:00
Pakistan  5–2  Soviet Union
S. Ahmed Goal 28'
Sardar Goal 29'
S. Khan Goal 35'
K. Khan Goal 53'
A. Khan Goal 59'
Report Pleshakov Goal 25'
Goncharov Goal 60'
Umpires:
Alain Renaud (FRA)
T Havelock (AUS)
7 June 1982
19:00
West Germany  2–3  India
Peter Goal 39'
Schmidt-Opper Goal 68'
Report G. Singh Goal 48'
J. Singh Goal 60'
Shahid Goal 69'
Umpires:
Japik Riemersma (NED)
L Ghaznavi (PAK)

9 June 1982
17:00
Netherlands  3–3  West Germany
Van Grimbergen Goal 37'
Pierik Goal 39'
Bouwman Goal 60'
Report Blöcher Goal 33'44'
Peter Goal 45'
Umpires:
Patrick van Beneden (BEL)
Ian Pitt (AUS)
9 June 1982
19:00
Pakistan  4–4  Australia
Manzoor-Ul-Hassan Goal 8'27'
A. Khan Goal 19'
Sardar Goal 52'
Report Haselhurst Goal 10'
Davies Goal 13'68'
Irvine Goal 63'
Umpires:
Gerrit Hagels (NED)
Louismichel Gillet (FRA)

10 June 1982
17:00
India  2–5  Netherlands
J. Singh Goal 43'63' Report Kruize Goal 30'45'66'
Bouwman Goal 32'47'
Umpires:
J Stelter (FRG)
Alain Renaud (FRA)

10 June 1982
19:00
Soviet Union  2–4  Australia
Michournov Goal 27'
Nitchepurenko Goal 66'
Report Leece Goal 23'
Davies Goal 25'28'41'
Umpires:
Manuel Alcantara (ESP)
L Ghaznavi (PAK)

12 June 1982
11:30
West Germany  2–2  Australia
Blöcher Goal 22'
Canninueberg Goal 60'
Report Charlesworth Goal 30'39'
Umpires:
Rob Lathouwers (NED)
Japik Riemersma (NED)
12 June 1982
13:30
Pakistan  4–5  India
S. Khan Goal 10'
Zia Goal 12'
Sardar Goal 16'53'
Report R. Singh Goal 25'30'46'
G. Singh Goal 58'
S. Singh Goal 59'
Umpires:
J Stelter (FRG)
Ian Pitt (AUS)
12 June 1982
15:30
Netherlands  2–0  Soviet Union
Bouwman Goal 9'
Kruize Goal 42'
Report
Umpires:
Patrick van Beneden (BEL)
T Havelock (AUS)

13 June 1982
11:30
Australia  7–2  India
Francis Goal 15'50'
Charlesworth Goal 16'
Haselhurst Goal 39'
Davies Goal 43'56'68'
Report R. Singh Goal 18'
Fernandes Goal 30'
Umpires:
Patrick van Beneden (BEL)
J Stelter (FRG)
13 June 1982
13:30
Soviet Union  0–2  West Germany
Report Peter Goal 3'
Hürter Goal 29'
Umpires:
L Ghaznavi (PAK)
Gerrit Hagels (NED)
13 June 1982
15:30
Netherlands  7–2  Pakistan
Kruize Goal 4'14'39'56'61'
Van 't Hek Goal 11'
Bouwman Goal 26'
Report Sardar Goal 33'
Manzoor Goal 69'
Umpires:
Louismichel Gillet (FRA)
Alain Renaud (FRA)

Final standings[edit]

  1.  Netherlands
  2.  Australia
  3.  India
  4.  Pakistan
  5.  West Germany
  6.  Soviet Union


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