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1990 Men's Hockey World Cup

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Host country  Pakistan
Teams  12
City  Lahore
Runner-up  Pakistan
1990 Men's Hockey World Cup
Venue(s)  National Hockey Stadium, Lahore
Champions  Netherlands (2nd title)

The 1990 Men's Hockey World Cup was the seventh instalment of the Hockey World Cup men's field hockey tournament. It was held in National Hockey Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan. It ran from 12 to 23 February. The Netherlands defeated Pakistan 3–1 in the final, with Australia beating out West Germany for third place in extra time, 2–1.

Contents

Pool A

     Qualified for semifinals

Pool B

     Qualified for semifinals

Final

Netherlands
Frank Leistra, René Klaassen, Hendrik Jan Kooijman, Maurits Crucq, Floris Jan Bovelander, Jacques Brinkman, Marc Delissen (capt), Cees Jan Diepeveen, Erik Parlevliet, Tom van 't Hek, Gijs Weterings (sub Taco van den Honert)

Pakistan
Mansoor Ahmed, Qazi Mohib, Khalid Bashir, Anjum Saeed, Farhat Hassan Khan, Khawaja Junaid, Muhammad Qamar Ibrahim (sub Qasim Khan), Tahir Zaman, Tariq Sheikh (sub Arif Bhopali), Shahbaz Ahmed (capt), Wasim Feroz

References

1990 Men's Hockey World Cup Wikipedia


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