Asia Cup Hockey 2017: Goal Statistics for All Teams

Harmanpreet Singh, Faizal Saari

22 matches of Asia Cup 2017 Men’s Hockey tournament between 8 teams produced 114 goals. While one player each from the finalists scored maximum goals, 3 teams scored 4 hattrick. 4 teams provided 5 instances of hitting maximum 7 goals in a match, while two games produced maximum 9 goals each. The quickest goal was scored by Pakistan in 1st minute. While 48 players scored during the tournament, maximum 11 players scored for India.

Asia Cup 2017: Schedule and results, Statistics of All Team

Goal Statistics

    Maximum Goal Scorers in Tournament: 7 each Harmanpreet Singh and Faizal Sari
    9 Goals maximum scored in two matches.
    7 goals maximum by one team scored in 5 matches.
    2 times Malaysia scored 7 goals in one match. Once each by Pakistan, India and South Korea.
    Maximum Goals: 7 by 2 players
    5 Goals Each: Du Talake of China, Kitizato of Japan,
    4 Goals Each: Ramandeep Singh, Gurjant Singh, Tajuddin, Ajaj Ahmad, Abu Mahmood, Lee Nam-yong, Yang Ji-hun, Kenta Tanaka
    Quickest goals: 1 Bhutta (Ind vs Mal), 2 Al-Saadi (Oman vs China), 3 SV Sunil (Ind vs Japan), Ramandeep Singh (Ind vs Mal)
    48 players scored a goal at least.
    Maximum Players scoring: 11 India, 10 Malaysia


Goal Scorers from All teams

1. India: 11 players, 28 goals

    7 Harmanpreet Singh
    4 Ramandeep Singh, Gurjant Singh
    3 Lalit Upadhyay, SV Sunil
    2 Akashdeep Singh
    1 Amit Rohidas, Chinglesana, Uthappa, Sardara Singh, Satbir Singh

2. Malaysia: 23 Goals, 10 Players

    7 Faizal Saari
    4 Tajuddin
    3 Shahril Saabah
    2 Rosli, Razie
    1 Arshad, Jazlan, Hassan, Shahril, Fitri

3. Pakistan: 18 Goals, 8 Players
4 Ajaj Ahmad (Hattrick vs South Korea), Abu Mahmood (Hattrick vs Bangladesh)
3 Qadir
2 Bhutta, Ammad Butt
1 Ali Shan, Yaqoob, Rashid Mehmood
4. South Korea: 18 Goals, 8 players

    4 Lee Nam-yong, Yang Ji-hun
    3 Jang Jong-hyun
    2 Seo In-woo, Cho Suk-hoon
    1 Lee Moo-kyoung, Lee Seung-hoon, Lee Jung-jun

5. Japan: 16 goals, 7 players

    5 Kitizato (4)
    4 Kenta Tanaka
    2 Yamada, Murata
    1 Yoshihara, Yamasaki, Seren Tanaka

6. Bangladesh: 4 players: 1 Chayan, Islam, Hossain, Rahman
7. China: 5 players

    5 Du Talake (Hattrick vs Bangladesh)
    1 Guan, Wenhui, Su Lixing, Du Chen, Guo Xiaoping

8. Oman: 5 Players

    2 Al-Fazari, Al-Qasmi
    1 Bait, Al-Saadi, Rajab

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