Asian Champions Trophy: Pakistan anchors 3-1 triumph against South Korea

Asian Champions Trophy: Pakistan anchors 3-1 triumph against South Korea 

Asian Champions Trophy: Pakistan anchors 3-1 triumph against South Korea
Asian Champions Trophy: Pakistan anchors 3-1 triumph against South Korea 


Pakistan hockey group beat South Korea by 3-1 to begin their Hero Asian Champions Trophy crusade on a triumphant note at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Muscat on Friday. 

Two-time Asian Champions, Pakistan began off decidedly shielding a few possibilities at the plain beginning of the match. 

Ajaz Ahmed on twelfth moment got the ball to pick up predominance over South Korea already's identity under strain because of extraordinary counter-assault by Pakistani advances. 

On the eighteenth moment, Umar Bhutta multiplied the lead for Pakistan misdirecting the protectors of their partners. 

Mohammad Rizwan on 42nd moment struck the third objective for Pakistan to additionally make an unsettling influence in South Korean camp. 

Finally, On the 51st moment, Kim Hyeong-Jin scored for South Korea yet from that point some strong safeguard from Pakistan did not enable them to score further. 

Pakistan with this win increased three pivotal focuses equivalent to India and Malaysia who additionally won their first match of the competition. 

Chief Rizwan expressed gratitude toward God for beginning the competition on a high note and guaranteed to proceed with this frame all through the entire competition. 

"I am content with the execution which gave us three urgent focuses however there is far to go," he said. 

Rizwan said that the group is in great knick and is peering toward to discover great outcomes which can make ready for Pakistan to pick up its lost pride. 

"This win helped our certainty and gave a positive non-verbal communication to the young men," he said. 

Most despised opponents India and Pakistan are to meet on October 20 [Saturday] in a sold-out challenge of the competition.

Asian Champions Trophy: Pakistan anchors 3-1 triumph against South Korea 

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