2018 Champions Trophy Hockey Points Table | Standings And Results


Update: Australia won Gold medal!

The ongoing 2018 Champions Trophy Hockey tournament is being held in the Breda, Netherlands from June 23 to July 1.

Total 6 teams (India, Pakistan, Argentina, Belgium, Australia and host Holland) are participating in the Champions Trophy 2018 hockey men’s tournament.

Here’s the updated standings of Points Table Champions Trophy Hockey 2018 –

Top two teams will qualify for the finals.

2018 Champions Trophy Points Table Hockey Tournament

(Q) – means qualified for finals!

Rank Team Played Won Lost Draw Points
1 Australia (Q) 5 3 1 1 10
2 India (Q) 5 2 1 2 8
3 Netherlands 5 2 2 1 7
4 Argentina 5 2 2 1 7
5 Belgium 5 1 2 3 6
6 Pakistan 5 1 4 0 3

Champions Trophy Hockey Tournament 2018 Complete Results

June 23

IND vs PAK : 4-0.

NED vs ARG – 1-2.

AUS vs BEL – 3-3.

June 24

IND vs ARG – 2-1.

NED vs BEL – 6-1.

AUS vs PAK – 2-1.

June 26

BEL vs ARG – 1-1.

NED vs PAK – 4-0.

June 27

IND vs AUS – 2-3.

June 28

ARG vs PAK – 1-4.

IND vs BEL – 1-1.

NED vs AUS – 1-3.

June 29

PAK vs BEL – 2-4.

June 30

ARG vs AUS – 3-2.

IND vs NED – 1-1.

July 1

5th vs 6th PAK vs BEL : 2-2 (1-2 via penalty shoot out, Belgium won).

3rd vs 4th : ARG vs NED : 0-2 (Netherlands won Bronze medal).

Final IND vs AUS -: 1-1 (1-3 via penalty shoot out, Australia won gold medal, India won silver medal).

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  1. Though India have outside chance of winning but I was not impressed with Indian team performance in yesterday’s match with Belgium. Up to first half, A highly professional hockey had been displayed by India, but in 2nd half they kept on defending & pulled back. It might be either a team strategy along with coach or old tendency to get loose at crucial stages. Not impressed at all.

    The match which should be won by India with comfortable margin ended in draw.

    Heads off to Mr. Brijesh, He made the differences, otherwise India might have conceived at-least 4-5 goals due to 2nd half poor performance.

    India was heavily relying on new entrants in the forward line & did not have enough back up; co-ordination was lacking, the fear factor was appearing & entire team was looking individual as shattered into 11 pieces with no synchronization. And in result it ended into draw.

    We missed couple of penalty corners & thanks it was a Belgium not Australia or Holland, otherwise there was a flood of goals.

    To win the crucial matches, one should adopt Australian style of hockey. They are highly professional, highly confident, never give up spirit, understanding each other, rhythmic & have so many other qualities that separate it from others. Truly no-1. I hope, India which has progressed immensely in couple of years, will follow the same & bring back again the golden moments of Indian hockey

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