Champions Trophy 2014 Statistics: 52 Goals Scored at Pool Stage

After 12 matches at the pool stage 52 goals have been scored. Only 8 players have scored more than 1 goal. None of the teams have won all the matches, but Pakistan has lost all the matches. Check the statistics of matches won and lost, goals scored and name of goal scorers of each team that emerged at the end of the Pool Stage match of Champions Trophy 2014 at Bhubaneswar.

2014 Champions Trophy Hockey Fixture and Results
Final Standings After Pool Stage
Points Table


    Pakistan is the only team to have lost all the matches.
    England and Belgium are the only two teams to remain unbeaten.
    52 goals have been scored by 42 players
    Ward (Eng), Van der Weerden (Neth) are the maximum goal scorers of the tournament.
    5-time consecutive defending champion Australia finished poor third in the group.
    12 matches were played, 6 matches in each pool.
    Pool A had 5 drawn result while Pool B produced results in all the matches.
    England scored the maximum goals, while Germany scored the least goals.
    Pakistan conceded the maximum goals, while England and Netherlands conceded the least number of goals.
    No hattricks were scored.
    England earned their biggest win in Champions Trophy.

Highest Wins by Teams

    2: England, Belgium, Netherlands, Argentina
    1: Australia, India, Germany

Highest Losses by Teams

    3 Pakistan
    2 India, Germany
    1 Australia, Netherlands, Argentina

Highest Number of Goals Scored

    12 England
    9 Netherlands
    8 Australia
    7 Belgium, Argentina
    5 India
    3 Pakistan
    2 Germany

Number of Goals Conceded

    13 Pakistan
    7 Australia, India, Germany
    6 Belgium
    5 Argentina
    4 England, Netherlands

Maximum Goals Scored
52 goals have been scored by 42 players

    3 Samuel Ward (Eng), Van der Weerden (Neth)
    2 Menini (Arg), Ciriello, Whetton (Aus), Brogdon (Eng), Fuchs (Ger), Van Puffelen (Neth)
    1 Vila, Lopez, Mazzilli, Paredes, Ortiz (Arg), Ockenden, Hayward, Ogilvie (Aus), Cosyns, Briels, Dockier, Van Aubel, Dohmen, Boon, Keuters (Bel), Gleghorne, Catlin, Condon, Middleton, Jackson, Griffiths, Lewers (Eng), Akashdeep Singh, Gurjinder Singh, S Sunil, Manpreet Singh, Rupinderpal Singh (Ind), Kempermann, Jonker, Hofman, Van Ass (Neth), Imran, Qadir, Irfan (Pak)

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