Index

World Cup Results Summary -
Men's World Cup 1998
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Final Ranking

  1. Netherlands
  2. Spain
  3. Germany
  4. Australia
  5. Pakistan
  6. England
  7. Korea
  8. Canada
  9. India
  10. New Zealand
  11. Malaysia
  12. Poland

FIH Fair Play Trophy

Germany

Top Goal scorer

Jay Stacy (Australia) 12 Goals

Best Player (as selected by the Media)

Oliver Domke (Germany)

Best Goal Keeper (as selected by the Media)

Ramon Jufresa (Spain)

Most Sporting Player (as selected by the Media)

Shabaz Ahmed Senior (Pakistan)

Men's Goal Statistics

Total goals scored - 209; Total from Field Goals - 116; Total from Penalty Corners - 80; Total from Penalty Strokes - 13. Top three teams: 1. Australia, Netherlands, Pakistan - 26. Tournament goal average - 5 goals per game; Total shots taken (per spotters) - 482

Total cards - 124 (one red card)

Final Standings Men's Pool A

  1. Germany
  2. Netherlands
  3. Canada
  4. Korea
  5. New Zealand
  6. India

Results Men's Pool A

21-May: Germany 4 - India 1; Korea 1- New Zealand 3; Netherlands 3 - Canada 1; 22-May: New Zealand 0 - Germany 3; Canada 1 - Korea 1; India 0 - Netherlands 5; 24-May Korea 4 - India 3; Netherlands 1 - Germany 5; New Zealand 3 - Canada 3; 26-May: India 1 - New Zealand 0; Canada 4 - Germany 4; Netherlands 4 - Korea 2; 28-May: Germany 2 - Korea 1; India 1- Canada 4; New Zealand 2 - Netherlands 4.

Final Standings Men's Pool B

  1. Australia
  2. Spain
  3. Pakistan
  4. England
  5. Poland
  6. Malaysia

Results Men's Pool B

21-May: Poland 0 - Australia 8; Malaysia 2 - Pakistan 7; Spain 3 - England 1; 23-May: Pakistan 7 - England 5; Poland 1 - Malaysia 1; Australia 2 - Spain 2; 25-May: Malaysia 0 - Australia - 8; Pakistan 1 - Spain 2; England 5 - Poland -2; 27-May: Pakistan 3 - Poland 1; Spain 3 - Malaysia 0; Australia 3 - England 0; 28-May: England 3 - Malaysia 1; Spain 4 - Poland 0; Australia 3 - Pakistan 1.

Results Men's Classification matches

30-May: 5A v 6B - New Zealand 3 - Malaysia 2; 3A v 4B - Canada 1 - England 2; 6A v 5B - India 6 - Poland 2; 4A v 3B - Korea 1 - Pakistan 3; 2A v 1B Netherlands 6 - Australia 2; 1A v 2B - Germany 0 -Spain 3.

31 May: 11th -12th final - Malaysia 5 - Poland 4; 1 June: 9th -10th final - India 1 - New Zealand 0; 5th - 6th final - Pakistan 4 - England 2; 7th - 8th final - Korea 4 - Canada 2; 3rd - 4th final Australia 0 - Germany; 1; 1st - 2nd final - Netherlands 3 - Spain 2 (in extra time).