1996 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy

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1996 Men's Hockey
Champions Trophy
Tournament details
Host country India
City Madras
Dates 7–15 December
Teams 6
Venue(s) Mayor Radhakrishnan Stadium
Top three teams
Champions  Netherlands (3rd title)
Runner-up  Pakistan
Third place  Germany
Tournament statistics
Matches played 18
Goals scored 74 (4.11 per match)
Top scorer(s) Germany Christoph Bechmann (5 goals)
1995 (previous) (next) 1997

The 1996 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 18th edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy men's field hockey tournament. It was held from December 7–15, 1996 in the newly built Mayor Radhakrishnan Stadium in Madras, India.[1]

Results[edit]

Pool[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Netherlands 5 3 2 0 10 3 +13 11
 Pakistan 5 3 1 1 13 10 +3 10
 Germany 5 3 0 2 12 11 +1 9
 India 5 2 1 2 10 7 +3 7
 Australia 5 0 2 3 6 12 −6 2
 Spain 5 0 2 3 6 14 −8 2
7 December 1996
08:30
India  1–2  Germany
Pillay Goal 27' Report Michel Goal 32'
Reinelt Goal 42'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Steve Graham (WAL)

7 December 1996
13:30
Pakistan  0–2  Netherlands
Report Van Pelt Goal 62'
De Nooijer Goal 64'
Umpires:
Ermanno Silvano (ITA)
Murray Grime (AUS)

7 December 1996
15:30
Spain  1–1  Australia
Usoz Goal 66' Report Hiskins Goal 67'
Umpires:
Shakeel Qureshi (IND)
Peter Elders (NED)

8 December 1996
13:45
Australia  2–4  Pakistan
Choppy Goal 32'
Hiskins Goal 49'
Report R. Khan Goal 21'
Ashraf Goal 28'
Usman Goal 48'
Raza Goal 52'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Toshimichi Fujimura (JPN)

8 December 1996
15:45
Spain  0–3  India
Report Kumar Goal 16'
Pillay Goal 38'47'
Umpires:
Alan Waterman (CAN)
Irfan Zaidi (PAK)

8 December 1996
15:30
Netherlands  2–1  Germany
Brinkman Goal 10'
Van Wijk Goal 68'
Report Michel Goal 59'
Umpires:
Ermanno Silvano (ITA)
Murray Grime (AUS)

10 December 1996
08:35
Pakistan  2–2  Spain
Anis Goal 26'
Ashraf Goal 44'
Report Pujol Goal 63'
Escarré Goal 68'
Umpires:
Steve Graham (WAL)
Shakeel Qureshi (IND)

10 December 1996
13:30
Netherlands  1–1  India
Lomans Goal 47' Report Ferreira Goal 69'
Umpires:
Murray Grime (AUS)
Santiago Deo (ESP)

10 December 1996
15:30
Germany  3–1  Australia
Hollensteiner Goal 18'
Michel Goal 40'
Reinelt Goal 62'
Report Kingston Goal 50'
Umpires:
Peter Elders (NED)
Irfan Zaidi (PAK)

11 December 1996
15:30
India  3–1  Australia
Ramandeep Singh Goal 40'42'
Ferreira Goal 47'
Report Stacy Goal 6'
Umpires:
Toshimichi Fujimura (JPN)
Steve Graham (WAL)

12 December 1996
08:35
Netherlands  4–0  Spain
De Nooijer Goal 8'
Buma Goal 26'51'
Lomans Goal 60'
Report
Umpires:
Irfan Zaidi (PAK)
Alan Waterman (CAN)

12 December 1996
15:30
Pakistan  4–2  Germany
M. Khan Goal 12'
R. Khan Goal 2'61'
Ashraf Goal 49'
Report Bechmann Goal 67'
Helwig Goal 70'
Umpires:
Murray Grime (AUS)
Ermanno Silvano (ITA)

13 December 1996
08:35
Netherlands  1–1  Australia
Buma Goal 10' Report Choppy Goal 61'
Umpires:
Irfan Zaidi (PAK)
Shakeel Qureshi (IND)

13 December 1996
13:30
Germany  4–3  Spain
Bellenbaum Goal 22'
Rott Goal 24'
Hollensteiner Goal 32'
Bechmann Goal 48'
Report Fábregas Goal 11'
Ja. Arnau Goal 33'
Escarré Goal 64'
Umpires:
Toshimichi Fujimura (JPN)
Murray Grime (AUS)

13 December 1996
15:45
Pakistan  3–2  India
M. Khan Goal 6'
Kaleem Goal 26'
Ashraf Goal 38'
Report Aldrin Goal 14'
Pargat Singh Goal 50'
Umpires:
Peter Elders (NED)
Steve Graham (WAL)

Classification[edit]

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

15 December 1996
08:35
Spain  5–2  Australia
Ferran Goal 12'
P. Amat Goal 30'
Escarre Goal 55'
Arnau Goal 62'70'
Report Williams Goal 16'
Hiskins Goal 66'
Umpires:
Peter Elders (NED)
Shakeel Qureshi (IND)

Third and fourth place[edit]

15 December 1996
13:00
Germany  5–0  India
Reinelt Goal 28'
Bechmann Goal 30'52'62'
Waldhauser Goal 70'
Report
Umpires:
Toshimichi Fujimura (JPN)
Alan Waterman (CAN)

Final[edit]

15 December 1996
15:30
Netherlands  3–2  Pakistan
De Nooijer Goal 9'
Van Pelt Goal 13'
Lomans Goal 20'
Report R. Khan Goal 26'
Usman Goal 28'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Steve Graham (WAL)

Final standings[edit]

  1.  Netherlands
  2.  Pakistan
  3.  Germany
  4.  India
  5.  Spain
  6.  Australia

References[edit]

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