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Hero Asian Champions Trophy 2018 Live Malaysia vs Pakistan Match Score Updates, Result, Highlights

hero asian champions trophy 2018 Live Malaysia vs Pakistan Match Score Updates, Result, Highlights: India made its great entry in semi-finals by defeating South Korea (4-1) yesterday, 24th October. Right now India is ranked 1st on the score chart along with the three teams who qualified for semi-finals by earning 13 points, leading Malaysia (10), Pakistan(7) and Japan(4) teams.

Asian Champions Trophy 2018 Live Streaming

The Hero Asian Champions Trophy 2018 tournament started off with Malaysia taking over Japan by 3-0 in the opener on October 18, while India made a tremendous entry by beating Oman by 11-0 later on the same day. India entered the tournament as one of the top-ranked side. The fifth edition of the Asian Hockey Champions Trophy, is taking place in Muscat, Oman between 18th to 28thOctober 2018. It is a field hockey tournament for the six best Asian national teams including India, Oman,, Malaysia, Pakistan, South Korea, and Japan. India is right now on first position by winning 4 matches and one draw out of 5 matches.

Asian Champions Trophy Hockey 2018 Malaysia vs Pakistan Match Live Updates

Audience can watch this championship on ‘Star Sports Network’. This channel has the broadcasting rights for the Asian Champions Trophy Hockey 2018. And audience can also watch the live streaming of India’s matches that is going to be available on Hotstar app and website.

Hero Asian Champions Trophy 2018 matches updates      

Thirteen matches are already played and 2 matches are left to disclose which country will play semi-finals together and who will win the Hero Asian Champions Trophy 2018, let’s see the details of the matches witch are already played:

 Dates and Time  Countries  Score
18th October 2018

8:25pm IST

Malaysia vs Japan 3-0
18th October 2018

10:40pm IST

India vs Oman 11-0
19th October 2018

8:25pm IST

Pakistan vs South Korea 3-1
19th October 2018

10:40pm IST

Oman vs Malaysia 1-3
20th October 2018

8:25pm IST

South Korea vs Japan 0-2
20th October 2018

10:40pm IST

Pakistan vs India 1-3
21st October 2018

10:40pm IST

India vs Japan 9-0
22nd October 2018

8:25pm IST

South Korea vs Malaysia 2-4
22nd October 2018

10:40pm IST

Oman vs Pakistan 1-8
23rd October 2018

8:25pm IST

South Korea vs Oman 4-2
23rd October 2018

10:40pm IST

Malaysia vs India 0-0
24th October 2018 8:25 pm IST  Japan vs Pakistan 1-1
24th October 2018
Time: 10:40 pm IST
India vs South Korea 4-1

 

India has made its entry in semi-finals round by taking over South Korea by 4-1 on 24th October 2018. Today there will be 14th and 15th match of the tournament which is going to be held between Pakistan vs Malaysia and Japan vs Oman after which teams will be selected for the semi-final rounds. Details of today’s matches are:

Match 14: Pakistan vs Malaysia
Date: 25th October 2018, 8:25 pm IST

Match 15: Japan vs Oman
Date: 25th October 2018, 10:40 pm IST

 Semi-Final Round

Semi-final Match will be conducted on 27th October 2018 between the first four ranked Robin Round teams. Details of semi-final rounds are:

Match 16:  2nd placed team vs 3rd placed team
Date: October 27 (Saturday), Time: 6:10 PM IST

Match 17: 1st placed team Vs 4th placed team
Date: October 27 (Saturday), Time: 8:25 PM IST

 Final Round

These two semi-final matches will lead to another match that is going to be held on 28th October 2018 for the third and fourth place. The detail of this match ist

Match: Loser of SF1 vs Loser of SF2
Date: October 28 (Sunday)
Time: 8:25 PM IST

The final match will be conducted between the winners of semi-final rounds on 28th October 2018 after the match between the teams for third and fourth place, details of final round are:

Final Match: Winner of SF1 vs Winner of SF2
Date: October 28 (Sunday)
Time: 10:40 PM IST

India Squad:

Head Coach: Harendera Singh

Captain: Manpret Singh

Goal Keeper: Parattu Sreejesh and Krishan Pathak

Team Player:                        

Harmanpreet Singh, Dilpreet Singh, Jarmanpreet Singh , Kothajit Khadangbam, Surender Kumar, Manpreet Singh, Gurjant  Singh, Mandeep  Singh, Lalit Upadhyay, Hardik Singh, Sumit, Nilakanta Sharma, Varun Kumar, Gurinder Singh, Akashdeep Singh, Chinglensana Kangujam.