1999 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy

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1999 Men's Hockey
Champions Trophy
Tournament details
Host country Australia
City Brisbane
Dates 10–20 June
Teams 6
Venue(s) State Hockey Centre
Top three teams
Champions  Australia (7th title)
Runner-up  South Korea
Third place  England
Tournament statistics
Matches played 18
Goals scored 69 (3.83 per match)
Top scorer(s) South Korea Song Seung-tae (7 goals)
Best player South Korea Song Seung-tae
1998 (previous) (next) 2000

The 1999 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 21st edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy men's field hockey tournament. It took place from 10–20 June 1999 in the State Hockey Centre in Brisbane, Australia. It was the third time in the history of the annual six nations tournament that the event was combined with the Women's Champions Trophy.[1]

Squads[edit]

Results[edit]

Pool[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Australia 5 3 1 1 9 5 +4 10
 South Korea 5 2 2 1 12 11 +1 8
 Netherlands 5 2 1 2 10 7 +3 7
 Spain 5 2 1 2 8 7 +1 7
 Pakistan 5 1 3 1 7 8 −1 6
 England 5 1 0 4 5 13 −8 3
10 June 1999
13:05
England  2–3  South Korea
Pearn Goal 31'
Giles Goal 70'
Report Song Seung-tae Goal 3'57'64'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Christian Siebrecht (GER)

10 June 1999
17:05
Spain  1–1  Pakistan
Iglesias Goal 57' Report Sarwar Goal 40'
Umpires:
Murray Grime (AUS)
Ray O'Connor (IRL)

11 June 1999
13:05
South Korea  3–2  Netherlands
Kang Keon-wook Goal 10'
Hwang Jong-hyun Goal 33'
Song Seung-tae Goal 56'
Report Lomans Goal 22'
De Nooijer Goal 24'
Umpires:
David Gentles (AUS)
Garth Proudfoot (RSA)

11 June 1999
19:45
England  1–3  Australia
Crutchley Goal 62' Report Davies Goal 6'10'
Victory Goal 18'
Umpires:
Han Jin-soo (KOR)
Philip Schellekens (NED)

12 June 1999
13:05
Pakistan  2–2  Netherlands
Bashir Goal 26'
Sarwar Goal 39'
Report Van Wijk Goal 23'
Eikelboom Goal 68'
Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Christian Siebrecht (GER)

13 June 1999
11:05
Australia  2–0  Spain
Victory Goal 32'
Elder Goal 36'
Report
Umpires:
Han Jin-soo (KOR)
Ray O'Connor (IRL)

13 June 1999
13:05
South Korea  2–2  Pakistan
Yeo Woon-kon Goal 21'
Kang Keon-wook Goal 60'
Report Abbas Goal 5'
Hussain Goal 25'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Murray Grime (AUS)

14 June 1999
11:05
England  0–3  Spain
Report Escarré Goal 23'45'
Tubau Goal 65'
Umpires:
David Gentles (AUS)
Philip Schellekens (NED)

14 June 1999
13:05
Netherlands  1–2  Australia
Brinkman Goal 32' Report Elder Goal 13'
Davies Goal 34'
Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Christian Siebrecht (GER)

16 June 1999
15:05
Australia  1–1  South Korea
Brennan Goal 57' Report Kang Keon-wook Goal 59'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Hamish Jamson (ENG)

16 June 1999
18:05
Pakistan  0–2  England
Report Wyatt Goal 30'
Wallis Goal 42'
Umpires:
Han Jin-soo (KOR)
Garth Proudfoot (RSA)

16 June 1999
20:05
Spain  0–1  Netherlands
Report De Nooijer Goal 45'
Umpires:
Ray O'Connor (IRL)
Murray Grime (AUS)

18 June 1999
15:05
Spain  4–3  South Korea
Casas Goal 13'
Iglesias Goal 24'
Amat Goal 27'
Escarré Goal 62'
Report Song Seung-tae Goal 6'24'
Jeon Jong-ha Goal 25'

18 June 1999
18:05
Pakistan  2–1  Australia
Abbas Goal 16'
Sarwar Goal 56'
Report Elder Goal 8'

18 June 1999
20:05
Netherlands  4–0  England
Eikelboom Goal 53'67'
Geeris Goal 57'
De Nooijer Goal 69'
Report
Umpires:
Christian Siebrecht (GER)
Han Jin-soo (KOR)

Classification[edit]

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

20 June 1999
10:05
England  4–3 (a.e.t.)  Pakistan
Wallis Goal 24'79'
Pearn Goal 39'
Crutchley Goal 47'
Report Bashir Goal 16'
Abbas Goal 21'49'
Umpires:
Ray O'Connor (IRL)
Han Jin-soo (KOR)

Third and fourth place[edit]

20 June 1999
12:35
Netherlands  5–2  Spain
Veen Goal 22'30'
Van Wijk Goal 35'66'
Eikelboom Goal 50'
Report Arnau Goal 17'50'
Umpires:
Murray Grime (AUS)
Hamish Jamson (ENG)

Final[edit]

20 June 1999
15:05
Australia  3–1  South Korea
Davies Goal 23'52'
Elder Goal 33'
Report Song Seung-tae Goal 62'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Christian Siebrecht (GER)

Awards[edit]

Topscorer Best Player of the Tournament
 Song Seung-tae (KOR)  Song Seung-tae (KOR)

Final standings[edit]

  1.  Australia
  2.  South Korea
  3.  Netherlands
  4.  Spain
  5.  England
  6.  Pakistan

References[edit]

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