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Asif Muhammad Bajwa (born March 8, 1969, Sialkot) is a Pakistan ex-Field Hockey Team Player (1992–1996). He later became Pakistan's Hockey Team Manager and Chief Coach. Asif started his career against Spain in 1991. Bajwa was a member of Pakistan's World Cup-winning hockey team in 1994 and played 74 international matches and scored 25 goals in his career. Kamran Ashraf scored the only goal of 1994 Hockey World Cup Final on his accurate cross from the right. His performance in the 1994 World Cup final was outstanding. He won a bronze medal in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.
- Pakistan Hockey Team
- Asif Bajwa, who was named as the secretary of Pakistan Hockey Federation - DAWN.com
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