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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009 Results

Azlan Shah Tables can be seen here.

All results from the 2009 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup.

April 5, 2009, Sunday

India 2-2 Egypt ( 17.00) ( Click for match report)

Pakistan 2-3 Malaysia (19.00) ( Click for match report)

April 6, 2009, Monday

New Zealand 3-2 Pakistan (17.00) ( Click for Match Report)

Malaysia 4-1 Egypt (19.00) ( Click for Match report)

April 7, 2009, Rest Day

April 8, Wednesday

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup tables can be viewed here.

New Zealand v Egypt (17.00) ( Click for Match Report)

India v Malaysia (19.00) ( Click for Match Report

April 9, Thursday

New Zealand v India ( Click for Match report)

Egypt 0-4 Pakistan ( Click for Match Report)

April 11, Saturday

India 2-1 Pakistan ( Click for Match Report)

Malaysia 1-1 New Zealand ( Click for Match Report)

April 12, Saturday

Third placed playoff

New Zealand 2-1 Pakistan

( Click for Match report)

India v Malaysia ( Final) ( Click for Match Report)

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Egypt v New Zealand- Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009

Game              :  Egypt v New Zealand

Competition : Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009

Date                 : April 8,  2009

Final score   : Egypt 1-1 New Zealand

Goal scorers : Ahmad Abd El Hakeim 38′, Steven Edwards 51′

Egypt got their second draw in three games as they shared points with New Zealand in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup today.

The Kiwis had beaten Pakistan 3-2 in their last game, while the Egyptians had been hammered 4-1 by hosts Malaysia. However it was Egypt who took the lead early into the second half through Ahmad Abd El Hakeim.

Steven Edwards cancelled out El Hakeim’s strike in the 51st minute. Egypt had plenty of opportunities to close the game out, but failed to take their chances.

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Malaysia v India – Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009

Game              :  Malaysia v India

Competition : Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009

Date                 : April 8,  2009

Final score   : Malaysia 0-3 India

Goal scorers : Arjun Halappa 20′,  Sandeep Singh 32′,  Gurvinder Chandi 61′

India stopped Malaysia from winning three games in a row as they beat the hosts 3-0 today in the 2009 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup.

Striker Arjun Halappa gave India the lead in the 20th minute, and Sandeep Singh doubled the scores from a penalty corner in the 32nd minute. Gurvinder Chandi added a field goal nine minutes from time as India ran out 3-0 winners.

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New Zealand v Pakistan- Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009

Game              :  New Zealand vs Pakistan

Competition : Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009

Date                 : April 6, 2009

Final score   : New Zealand 3-2 Pakistan

Goal scorers : Priyesh Bhana 6′, Nicolas Haig 43′, Dean Couzins 68’/ Mohamed Imran 8′, 22′

Favourites New Zealand started their 2009 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup campaign with a 3-2 win over Pakistan. The loss was Pakistan’s second in the tournament, and leaves them in a difficult position to qualify for the finals for the tournament.

Priyesh Bhana opened the scoring for the Kiwis in the 6th minute, but Pakistan hit back through Mohamed Imran in the 8th minute. Imran then again scored from a penalty corner in the 22nd minute to give Pakistan the lead.

Nicolas Haig levelled scores eight minutes into the second half, and Dean Couzins slammed home the winner from a penalty corner minutes before the final whistle.

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Malaysia v Egypt- Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009

Game              : Malaysia v Egypt

Competition : Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009

Date                 : April 6, 2009

Final score   : Malaysia 4-1 Egypt

Goal scorers 😦 Ismail Abu 26′, Abd Malek Engku 39′, Chua Boon Huat 65′, Mohd Amin Rahim 68’/ Ahmed Abd El Maksowd 45′)

Malaysia recorded their second win in as many games when they beat debutants Egypt 4-1 in the 2009 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup.

Malaysia, who had stunned Pakistan 3-2 in their first game, opened the scoring through Ismail Abu in the 26th minute. Abd Malek Engku doubled their lead in the 39th minute. Egypt, who held India to a draw yesterday, pulled one back through Ahmed Abd El Maksowd.

However unlike yesterday, there was no fairytale ending for the Egyptians. Instead Malaysia added two late goals to complete a comprehensive victory.

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Malaysia v Pakistan- Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009

Game             : Malaysia v Pakistan

Competition : Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2009

Time                : 19.00 Malaysia time

Final score and  result : Malaysia 3-2 Pakistan ( Malaysia win)

Goal scorers:- Mohd Amin Rahim 9′, Mohd Shahrun Nabil Abdullah 29′, Azlan Misrom 48’/ Shakeel Abbasi 10′,  Abbas Haider 68′

Malaysia beat Pakistan 3-2 in their opening game of the 2009 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. It was Malaysia’s first ever win over Pakistan in seven years, with their last win against Shahid Ali Khan’s men  coming in the 2002 Busan Asian Games.

Pakistan, who are fielding a team of youngsters in this tournament, fell behind in the eighth minute when Mohd Amin Rahim scored, but were back on level terms a minute later as Shakeel Abbasi scored.

Malaysia however regained their lead before half time thanks to Mohd Shahrun Nabil Abdullah and Malaysian keeper S.Kumar was the hero for his side in the first half, keeping the Pakistan attackers at bay.

Azlan Misrom added a third midway through the second half, and although Pakistan pressed for an equaliser after Abbas Haider had pulled one back in the 68th minute, Malaysia hung on for a 3-2 win.

Malaysia now lead the standings, and will play New Zealand in their next game.

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India v Egypt- Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

Game                            : India v Egypt

Competition              : Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Day 1

Time                              : 17.00 Malaysian time

Final score result     : India 2-2 Egypt

Goal scorers:- (Sandeep Singh 15′, Shivendra Singh 49’/Mohamed Hassan 8′, Mohamed El Saied 70′)

India drew 2-2 with Egypt in the opening match of the five nation Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia.

The debutants took the lead in the 8th minute through Mohamed Hassan’ penalty corner.

Indian skipper Sandeep Singh brought the scores on level terms as he fired home in the 15th minute from a penalty corner.

Shivendra Singh gave India the lead in the 49th minute as last year’s runners up piled up the pressure on Jerzy Wybieralski’s side.

However Egypt broke Indian hearts with a 70th minute penalty corner  strike from Mohamed El Saied. The Indian defence has gone to sleep on many crucial occasions in the past  ( remember the time they lead 3-0 against the Netherlands in the Champions Trophy with ten minutes left, and somehow ended up losing the game 4-3), and it was a similar lapse in concentration that lead to India conceding the penalty corner.

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