Hero Hockey World League Round 2 New Delhi 2013
New Delhi, India - February 18 - 24, 2013

CHN V BAN ( Round Robin ) Hero Hockey World League Round 2 New Delhi 2013

2 - 3

Match Review CHN - BAN 2-3


Team Minute Shirt # Player Action Score
BAN 5 10 CHAYAN Mamunur-Rahman PC 0 - 1
CHN 11 8 NA Yu Bo FG 1 - 1
CHN 27 32 JI Mi PS 2 - 1
BAN 34 13 ISLAM Mainul FG 2 - 2
BAN 50 12 KHISA Puskar FG 2 - 3


Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
CHN 13 22 LI Haoran Y
BAN 21 14 HOSSAIN Sarowar G
BAN 27 4 RAHMAN Mosiur Y
CHN 31 21 SU Yanjun G
BAN 69 12 KHISA Puskar Y


Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
2 YU Yuanlong
3 MENG Lei
6 YU Zhongjian
7 SONG Zhenda
8 NA Yu Bo 1
10 WANG Guolong
12 SU Linghui
13 AO Yang
15 DU Zhimin
18 LI Tap
20 LENG Weiwei
21 SU Yanjun 1
22 LI Haoran 1
23 XU Rui
29 MENG Wei
30 MENG Xiaolong
31 YE Peng
32 JI Mi 1


DNP = Did not participate
S = Suspended
DSQ = Disqualified

Match Officials

Role Official
Umpire 1 BOLGER Kieran
Umpire 2 SINGH SANGHA Gurinder
Reserve Umpire SHAIKH Javed
Judge 1 SHARMA Anjali
Judge 2 ZINOVIEVA Tatiana
Technical Officer BHATIA Rakesh

Bangladesh produced the result of the men’s Hero Hockey World League Round Two 2013 to date when they got the better of world number 18 China 3-2 in a thrilling encounter in Delhi.

Pushkor Khisa got the crucial goal in the late phases of the game, sliding onto the pass from the excellent Rashel Mahmud whose lightning pace was a critical factor throughout.

His side had gone in front four minutes in when Mh Mamunur Rahman Chayan whipped a brilliant penalty corner flick into the top corner. China levelled soon after, though, via the experienced Yubo Na and were in front from the penalty spot with skipper Mi Ji holding his nerve to make it 2-1.

Bangladesh did not drop the intensity, though, and were level when a determined Mohammad Moinul Islam fired home while others hesitated in the circle.

China thought they were back in front early in the second half via the stick of Yanjun Su only for an umpire’s consultation to rule out his effort. Mi Ji also flashed wildly wide from close range soon after before Khisa got the winner in stunning fashion.

Mahmud tore down the right flank, out-stripping the left back and, full flow, lay on the perfect pass for his strike-partner. From there on, China found it impossible to break through the defence marshaled by Chayan and looked the more likely to extend the lead from a string of counter-attacks but no more goals were required as they held on for a result they gleefully celebrated.

  • Match 5
  • Date Wed, 20 Feb 2013
  • Time 18:00
  • Pool/Class Round Robin
  • Venue

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