Asian Games 2023 Hockey Points Table: Updated standings after Day 7


The men’s hockey competition at the Asian Games has been a thrilling spectacle, with India emerging as a dominant force. Currently leading the points table, India has showcased exceptional skill and prowess in their four matches.

Victories against Japan, Singapore, and Uzbekistan, with standout performances of 4-2, 16-1, and 16-1, respectively, have solidified India’s position at the top.

In a historic encounter, India recently triumphed over their arch-rivals Pakistan with a convincing scoreline of 10-2, further affirming their status as a powerhouse in the tournament.

The Indian team has displayed remarkable cohesion, scoring an impressive 46 goals while conceding just 5, resulting in a staggering goal difference of +41.

Japan follows closely behind, securing the second position with three wins out of four matches. Their goal difference of +26 reflects their offensive prowess. Meanwhile, Pakistan holds the third spot with nine points and a goal difference of +22.

Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, and Singapore complete the table, each facing their own set of challenges. The competition remains intense, promising more excitement and exceptional displays of skill as the tournament progresses.

Indian team secure a dominating 10-2 victory over Pakistan

In a high-stakes encounter in the preliminary pool A of the Asian Games men’s hockey tournament, India emerged victorious against arch-rivals Pakistan with a resounding 10-2 win.

Varun Kumar was a standout performer, contributing significantly with a brilliant hat-trick and scoring in the 22nd, 41st, and 54th minutes. The defensive solidity was underlined by Krishan Bahadur Pathak, the goalkeeper, who made crucial saves and kept the opposition at bay.

Mandeep Singh exhibited exemplary leadership skills, marshaling his team effectively and contributing to a goal.

The Indian team displayed exceptional coordination, evident in their shooting efficiency of 100%, converting all 10 shots into goals. Notable contributions came from Harmanpreet Singh, Nilakanta Sharma, and Sreejesh Parattu Raveendran, showcasing a collective team effort.

India’s dominance was reflected in the possession stats and circle penetrations, asserting their control over the game. Despite facing challenges, the team maintained discipline with only one yellow card.

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