Pakistan at the 2010 Asian Games

Pakistan participated in the 2010 Asian Games held in Guangzhou, China on 12–27 November 2010. These games provided a field hockey (men) gold after 20 years[1] at the Asian Games, the country's eighth overall, and also its first major title since winning the 1994 World Cup in Sydney, Australia. It also saw Pakistan become gold medallist in the inaugural events of cricket (women)[2] and squash (men's team).[3] Pakistan had won the inaugural squash singles (men's) event at the 1998 Asian Games in Bangkok, Thailand.

Pakistan at the
2010 Asian Games
Flag of Pakistan.svg
IOC codePAK
NOCPakistan Olympic Association
in Guangzhou
Competitors177 in 17 sports
Flag bearer Zeeshan Ashraf
Officials51
Medals
Ranked 19th
Gold
3
Silver
2
Bronze
3
Total
8
Asian Games appearances (overview)

Opening CeremonyEdit

Originally, the Commonwealth Games gold medalist Azhar Hussain was nominated to carry the flag, but a conflict with his training schedule forced the officials to nominate the country's field hockey captain, Zeeshan Ashraf instead.[4] Pakistan's president, Asif Ali Zardari, attended the opening ceremony as a guest of the Chinese.[citation needed]

MedalistsEdit

Medal Name Sport Discipline Date
  Gold Pakistan national women's cricket team Cricket Women 19 November
  Gold Pakistan Squash Men's Team 25 November
  Gold Pakistan national field hockey team Field hockey Men's Team 25 November
  Silver Ijaz Ahmed Wushu Sanshou (75 kg) 17 November
  Silver Aamir Atlas Khan Squash Men-individual 21 November
  Bronze Imran Shehzad[5]
Shahram Changezi[5]
Sohail Shehzad[5]
Snooker Team 15 November
  Bronze Pakistan Kabaddi Men's Team 25 November
  Bronze Pakistan national men's cricket team Cricket Men 26 November

BaseballEdit

The Pakistan baseball team has qualified for the Asian Games after winning the Asia Cup qualifiers in Islamabad this year.

MenEdit

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W L RF RA PCT
1   South Korea 3 3 0 38 1 1.000
2   Chinese Taipei 3 2 1 28 7 .667
3   Pakistan 3 1 2 6 31 .333
4   Hong Kong 3 0 3 3 36 .000
Source: Results

13 November 2010 – 12:00[6]

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
  Pakistan 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 5 11 1
  Hong Kong 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 5 4
WP: Ihsan Ihsan Ullah   LP:

14 November 2010 – 13:00

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
  Pakistan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 - 1 4 7
  Chinese Taipei 0 1 2 3 0 3 0 2 - 11 12 0
Starting pitchers:
Away: Muhammad Asif
Home: Hsiao I-chieh
WP: Pan Wei-lun   LP: Asif Muhammad
Home runs:
Away: None
Home: Chen Yung-chi (1)

16 November 2010 12:00[7]

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
  South Korea 3 4 1 0 9 - - - - 17 15 1
  Pakistan 0 0 0 0 0 - - - - 0 2 4
Starting pitchers:
Away: Kim Myung-Sung
Home: Haider Saleem
WP: Kim Myung-Sung   LP: Haider Saleem

BoxingEdit

MenEdit

Competitor(s) Event Round of 32 Opponent Round of 16 Opponent Quarter finals Opponent
Muhammad Waseem Lightflyweight (49 kg) 3–1[8]   Masoud Rigi 0–11   Amandeep Singh ---
Niamatullah Bantamweight (56 kg) --- RSC   Orzubek Shayimov ---
Nawaz Dad Khan Lightweight (60 kg) 4–10[9]   Amangeldi Hudaybergenov --- ---
Amir Khan Light Welterweight (64 kg) 5–4[10]   Masatsugu Kawachi 4–13[8]   Ermek Sakenov ---
Arshad Hussain Welterweight (69 kg) RSC[11]   Ahmed Altaramsi 5–12[12]   Wilfredo Lopez ---
Nisar Khan Middleweight (75 kg) --- 1–16[13]   Mohammad Sattarpour ---
Mir Wais Khan Super heavyweight (91 kg) --- --- 0–4   Roohollah Hosseini

Officials

Chief Coach   Francisco Hernandez Roldan
Assistant Coach   Arshad Hussain
Team Manager   Waqar Maroof

CricketEdit

Pakistan will send both men's and women's teams to the Games.

MenEdit

The following players were selected to participate:[14]

  1. Khalid Latif (Captain)
  2. Sharjeel Khan
  3. Sheharyar Ghani
  4. Azeem Ghumman
  5. Akbar-ur-Rehman
  6. Naeemuddin
  7. Naeem Anjum
  8. Usman Qadir
  9. Sarmad Bhatti
  10. Aizaz Cheema
  11. Lal Kumar
  12. Mohammad Irshad
  13. Raza Hasan
  14. Bilawal Bhatti
  15. Jalat Khan
Knockout stage
 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
22 November
 
 
  Pakistan183/1
 
25 November
 
  China55/9
 
  Pakistan103/7
 
23 November
 
  Afghanistan125/8
 
  Afghanistan66/2
 
26 November
 
  Hong Kong63/10
 
  Afghanistan118/8
 
23 November
 
  Bangladesh119/5
 
  Bangladesh150/7
 
25 November
 
  Malaysia80/10
 
  Bangladesh102/5
 
24 November
 
  Sri Lanka101/10 Third place
 
  Sri Lanka73/8
 
26 November
 
    Nepal72/10
 
  Pakistan141/4
 
 
  Sri Lanka135/10
 

QuarterfinalsEdit

22 November
09:30
scorecard
Pakistan  
183/1 (20 Overs)
v
China  
55/9 (20 Overs)
Khalid Latif 103* (69) 8X4, 5X6
Zhang Yufei 31/1 (4 Overs)
Li Jian 14 (23) 3X4
Hasan Raza 10/3 (4 Overs)
Pakistan won by 128 runs.
Guangdong International Cricket Stadium, Guangdong
Umpires: BB Pradhan (Nep), N Sivan (Mas)
Player of the match: Khalid Latif
  • Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first

SemifinalsEdit

25 November
09:30
scorecard
Pakistan  
103/7 (20 Overs)
v
Afghanistan  
125/8 (20 Overs)
Khalid Latif 26 (32) 3X4
Hamid Hassan 16/2 (4 Overs)
Shabir Noori 35 (30) 2X4, 2X6
Raza Hasan 19/2 (4 Overs)
  • Pakistan won the toss and elected to field first

Bronze Medal MatchEdit

26 November
09:30
scorecard
Pakistan  
141/4 (18 Overs)
v
Sri Lanka  
135/10 (19.5 Overs)
Khalid Latif 53* (42) 2X4, 4X6
S Weerakon 9/1 (2 Overs)
EMGDY Munaweera 28 (24) 2X4, 1X6
Raza Hasan 19/2 (4 Overs)
Pakistan won by 6 wickets
Guangdong International Cricket Stadium, Guangdong
Umpires: Sun Jianxin (Chi) and Buddhi Pradhan (Nep)
  • Pakistan won the toss and elected to bowl

WomenEdit

The following players were selected to participate:[15]

  1. Sana Mir (Captain)[14]
  2. Marina Iqbal (Vice Captain),
  3. Syeda Nain Fatima Abidi
  4. Bismah Maroof
  5. Mariam Hasan Shah
  6. Javeria Khan
  7. Nida Rashid Dar
  8. Kanwal Naz
  9. Nahida Khan
  10. Syeda Batool Fatima Naqvi (WK)
  11. Shumaila Qureshi
  12. Asmavia Iqbal Khokar
  13. Kainat Imtiaz
  14. Sania Khan

Officials[15]

Head Coach   Mansoor Rana
Team Manager   Ayesha Ashhar
Physio   Suniana Munir
Fielding Coach   Abdul Majeed

Round of 16Edit

14 November
09:30
Report[16]
Pakistan  
50/2 (8.3 Overs)
v
  Thailand
49/10 (19.3 Overs)
Nida Rashid 21* (18)
4/1 SAISUD Thanapan (1.3 overs)
KOSATHONG Siwaporn 10 (37)
8/4 Gulzar Sana (4 overs)
Pakistan won by 8 Wickets.
Guangdong International Cricket Stadium, Guangdong
Umpires:   Kalidas Viswanaoan and   Buddhi Bahadur Pradhan
  • Thailand won the toss and elected to bat first
Quarterfinals[17]Edit
15 November
09:30
China  
60/5 (20 overs)
v
Pakistan  
64/1 (12.2 overs)
Mei Zhang 14 (32)
Mei Chunchua 9/1 (3 overs)
Nida Rashid 27 (29)
  • Pakistan won the toss and elected to bowl
SemifinalsEdit
18 November
13:30
Report
Japan  
61/8 (20 overs)
v
Pakistan  
62/1 (10.4 overs)
Ema Kuribayashi 24 (37)
Fuyuki Kawai 8/1 (1 over)
Javeria Wadood 29 (25)
Sana Gulzar 8/2 (4 overs)
  • Japan won the toss and elected to bat
FinalsEdit
19 November
13:30
Report
Bangladesh  
92/10 (20.0 overs)
v
Pakistan  
93/0 (15.4 overs)
Salma Khatun 24 (31)
Nida Rashid 51* (43)
Nida Rashid 16/3 (4 overs)
Pakistan won by 10 wickets
Guangdong International Cricket Stadium, Guangdong
Umpires:   BB Pradhan and   Sarika Prasad
  • Pakistan won the toss and elected to bowl.

Cue sportsEdit

MenEdit

SnookerEdit

Competitor(s) Event Preliminary Match Opponent Preliminary Match Opponent Round of 16 Opponent
Khurram Agha Singles 4–2[18]   Hoo Mho 4–0[18]   Megdad Tagi 1–4   Kowk Fung
Muhammad Sajjad Singles 4–1[18]   Muhammad Zahi 0–4   Marco Fu

SnookerEdit

Competitor(s) Event Preliminary Match Opponent Round of 16 Opponent Quarterfinals Opponent Semifinals Opponent Rank
Sohail Shehzad
Shahram Changezi
Imran Shehzad
Team 3–0[19]   Athletes from Kuwait 3–1   Hongkong 3–0   NISUIF Ayhab
  ALI Ali
0–3[20]   India  

Officials

Chief-de-Mission   Alamgir Shaikh
Manager   Shoaib Alam Khan

FootballEdit

Initially, Pakistan was not sending a team to compete in these games, but after the President of Pakistan Football Federation, Makhdoom Faisal Saleh Hayat committed to bearing the expenses of the team, it was once again included in the Games.[21][22] Pakistan is in Group F with Oman, Thailand and Maldives.[22]

MenEdit

Goalkeepers (2)

Defenders (6)

  • Umer Farooq (KESC)
  • Samar Ishaq (KRL) (VC)
  • Ahsan Ullah (PEL)
  • Aurangzaib (HBL)
  • Muhammad Ahmed (WAPDA)
  • Atif Bashir (Barry Town)

Midfielders (7)

  • Mehmood Khan (KRL)
  • Yasir Afridi (KRL)
  • Muhammad Adil (KRL)
  • Muhammad Tauseef (Islamabad)
  • Abbas Ali (NBP)
  • Zain Ullah (WAPDA)
  • Faisal Iqbal (NBP)

Strikers (5)

  • Kalim Ullah Khan (KRL)
  • Rizwan Asif (KRL)
  • Saddam Hussain (NBP)
  • Shani Qayum ( Sheffield Wednesday Youth)
  • Faraz Ahmed (Nottingham)

Officials

Head Coach   Akhtar Mohiuddin
Coaching Consultant   Graham Roberts
Assistant Coach   Hassan Baloch
Goalkeeping Coach   Noman Ibrahim
Team Manager   Asghar Khan Anjum
Team Doctor & Physiotherapist   Dr. Kamran Mehdi

Group FEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1   Oman 3 2 1 0 6 1 +5 7
2   Thailand 3 1 2 0 7 1 +6 5
3   Maldives 3 0 2 1 0 3 −3 2
4   Pakistan 3 0 1 2 0 8 −8 1
Source: RSSSF
Thailand  6–0  Pakistan
Thonglao   15', 29'
Dangda   16', 73'
Keawsombat   59'
Jujeen   65'


Oman  2–0  Pakistan
Al-Gheilani   10'
Al-Saadi   65'
Report

Field hockeyEdit

Pakistan will hold a training camp for the team at Lahore from 24 October until the beginning of the Games.[23] PHF announced a 16-member team on 3 November, which saw the return of Sohail Abbas and Salman Akbar and the retention of Zeeshan Ashraf as captain.

MenEdit

  1. Zeeshan Ashraf (captain)
  2. Muhammad Imran (vice-captain)
  3. Salman Akbar (goal keeper)
  4. Sohail Abbas
  5. Muhammad Irfan
  6. Waseem Ahmad
  7. Muhammad Rashid
  8. Fareed Ahmad
  9. Muhammad Tousiq
  10. Abdul Haseem Khan
  11. Rehan Butt
  12. Shakeel Abbasi
  13. Shafqat Rasool
  14. Muhammad Zubair
  15. Mohammad Waqas Sharif
  16. Mohammad Rizwan

Officials

Head Coach   Michel Van Den
Assistant Coach   Ahmad Alam and Ajmal Khan
Team Manager   Khawaja Junaid
Video Analyst   Nadeem Khan Lodhi

Pool BEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  India 4 4 0 0 22 4 +18 12
  Pakistan 4 3 0 1 28 6 +22 9
  Japan 4 2 0 2 13 13 0 6
  Bangladesh 4 1 0 3 9 21 −12 3
  Hong Kong 4 0 0 4 4 32 −28 0
17 November 2010
15:00
Pakistan   12–0   Hong Kong
Butt   2'   58'
Abbas   8'   29'
Ahmed   22'
Waqas   24'   50'   53'
Haseem Khan   31'   55'
Imran   35'   61'
Report
Umpires:
Thani Saheen Al Wahabi (OMA)
John Hrytsak (CAN)

18 November 2010
19:30
Pakistan   8–2   Japan
Report
Umpires:
Dekang Chen (CHN)
Jungmin Jang (KOR)

20 November 2010
15:00
Pakistan   2–3   India
Butt   4'
Abbasi   43'
Report S. Singh   03'   48'
D Singh   16'

21 November 2010
14:30
Pakistan   6 -1   Bangladesh
Abbasi   13'   27'
Abbas   15'   29'
Imran   37'   48'
Report Barmon   63'

First to fourth place classificationEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
23 November 2010
 
 
  South Korea1 (3)
 
25 November 2010
 
  Pakistan1 (4)
 
  Pakistan2
 
23 November 2010
 
  Malaysia0
 
  India3
 
 
  Malaysia4 AET
 
Third place
 
 
25 November 2010
 
 
  South Korea0
 
 
  India1

SemifinalsEdit

23 November 2010
15:00
South Korea   1(3) – 1(4)   Pakistan
Kang   39' Waqas   22'

FinalsEdit

25 November 2010
17:00
  Pakistan 2–0   Malaysia
Abbas   26'
Butt   38'

JudoEdit

MenEdit

Competitor(s) Event 1/8 round Opponent
Zahid Iqbal Heavyweight (+100 kg) 000–100[24]   Daiki Kamikawa
Shah Hussain Shah Half heavyweight (−100 kg) 000 S1–100[25]   Maxim Rakov
Aiat Ullah Half lightweight (−66 kg) 000–100[26]   Mirzohid Farmonov
Muzafar Iqbal Middleweight (−90 kg)

WomenEdit

Competitor(s) Event Premilinary round Opponent
Fouzia Mumtaz Middleweight (−70 kg) 0–100   Kyong Sol
Humaira Ashiq (−48 kg)

KabaddiEdit

MenEdit

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1   Pakistan 3 3 0 0 115 53 +62 6
2   Japan 3 2 0 1 74 58 +16 4
3   Bangladesh 3 1 0 2 76 89 −13 2
4   Malaysia 3 0 0 3 82 147 −65 0
Source: Results

22 November

Pakistan   51 – 27[27]   Malaysia

23 November

Pakistan   28 – 11[27]   Japan

24 November

Pakistan   36– 15   Bangladesh

Knockout roundEdit

 
SemifinalFinal
 
      
 
25 November
 
 
  India52
 
26 November
 
  Japan17
 
  India37
 
25 November
 
  Iran20
 
  Pakistan16
 
 
  Iran17
 

KarateEdit

MenEdit

Competitor(s) Event Round of 16 Opponent
Saadi Abbas Jalbani (−67 kg) 4–8   Iat Long Pang

SailingEdit

MenEdit

ShootingEdit

Pistol – MenEdit

Competitor(s) Event Average Points Rank
Kalim Ullah Khan 50m Pistol singles 8.850[28] 531-5x[28] 37[28]
Kaleem Ullah 50m Pistol Singles 8.983[28] 539-2x[28] 30[28]

Pistol – WomenEdit

Competitor(s) Event Average Points Rank
Meshall Munir 10m Air Pistol Singles 9.375[29] 375-8x[29] 24[29]
Tazeem Akhtar Abbasi 10m Air Pistol Singles 9.150[29] 366-4x[29] 41[29]
Meshall Munir 25m Pistol Singles 8.517[30] 511-6x[30] 42[30]
Tazeem Akhtar Abbasi 25m Pistol Singles 9.317[30] 559-4x[30] 33[30]

Rifle – WomenEdit

Competitor(s) Event Average Points Rank
Urooj Fatima 10m Air Rifle singles 9.750[31] 390-23x[31] 34[31]
Nazish Khan 10m Air Rifle Singles 9.600[31] 384-14x[31] 47[31]

SquashEdit

MenEdit

SinglesEdit

Competitor(s) Event Second Round Opponent Quarterfinals Opponent Semifinals Opponent Finals Opponent Rank
Aamir Atlas Khan Singles 3–0   Ahmad Al Zabidi 3–1   Farhan Mehboob 3–1[32]   Ong Beng Hee 0–3[33]   Mohamad Azlan Iskandar  
Farhan Mehboob Singles 3–0   TSUKUE Shinnosuke 1–3   Aamir Atlas Khan --- ---

TeamEdit

Group AEdit
Team Pld W L SF SA Pts
  Pakistan 4 4 0 11 1 8
  Hong Kong 4 3 1 8 4 6
  Kuwait 4 2 2 8 4 4
  Sri Lanka 4 1 3 3 9 2
  China 4 0 4 0 12 0
Date Score Match 1 Match 2 Match 3
22 Nov Pakistan   3–0   Sri Lanka 3–0 3–1 3–0
22 Nov Pakistan   2–1   Kuwait 1–3 3–0 3–0
23 Nov Pakistan   3–0   China 3–0 3–0 3–0
23 Nov Pakistan   3–0   Hong Kong 3–0 3–1 3–1
Knockout roundEdit
Semifinal Final
          
  Pakistan 3 3
  India 1 1
  Pakistan 3 3
  Malaysia 0 0
  Malaysia 3 3
  Hong Kong 2 0

WomenEdit

SinglesEdit

Competitor(s) Event First Round Opponent
Saima Shoukat Singles 0–3[34]   Ho Ling Chan
Maria Toorpaki Wazir Singles 0–3[34]   Wing Au

TeamEdit

Group BEdit
Team Pld W L SF SA Pts
  Hong Kong 3 3 0 9 0 6
  India 3 2 1 6 3 4
  China 3 1 2 2 7 2
  Pakistan 3 0 3 1 8 0
Date Score Match 1 Match 2 Match 3
22 Nov Hong Kong   3–0   Pakistan 3–0 3–0 3–0
22 Nov India   3–0   Pakistan 3–1 3–0 3–0
23 Nov China   2–1   Pakistan 3–0 0–3 3–0

TennisEdit

MenEdit

Competitor(s) Event First Round Opponent Second Round Opponent
Aqeel Khan Singles 6–3, 6–4[35]   Kenny Bun 2–6, 4–6[36]   G Soeda

VolleyballEdit

MenEdit

Group AEdit

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1   China 4 2 0 170 129 1.318 6 1 6.000
2   Thailand 4 2 0 214 202 1.059 6 4 1.500
3   Pakistan 4 1 2 283 310 0.913 6 8 0.750
4   Chinese Taipei 3 0 3 254 282 0.901 4 9 0.444
Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
13 Nov China   3–1   Pakistan 20–25 25–13 25–19 25–15   95–72
14 Nov Pakistan   2–3   Thailand 19–25 30–28 20–25 25–18 13–15 107–111
16 Nov Chinese Taipei   2–3   Pakistan 18–25 25–21 25–18 22–25 12–15 102–104

Group GEdit

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1   Pakistan 6 3 0 289 273 1.059 9 2 4.500
2   Chinese Taipei 5 2 1 252 206 1.223 8 3 2.667
3   Indonesia 4 1 2 275 293 0.939 5 8 0.625
4   Turkmenistan 3 0 3 220 264 0.833 2 9 0.222
Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
16 Nov Chinese Taipei   2–3   Pakistan 18–25 25–21 25–18 22–25 12–15 102–104
19 Nov Pakistan   3–0   Turkmenistan 25–19 25–19 27–25     77–63
20 Nov Pakistan   3–2   Indonesia 25–22 23–25 20–25 25–23 15–13 108–108
 
9th to 12th9th place
 
      
 
21 November
 
 
  Pakistan3
 
23 November
 
  Kuwait0
 
  Pakistan0
 
21 November
 
  Kazakhstan3
 
  Kazakhstan3
 
 
  Chinese Taipei2
 
11th place
 
 
23 November
 
 
  Kuwait0
 
 
  Chinese Taipei3

9–12th place SemifinalsEdit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
21 Nov Pakistan   3–0   Kuwait 27–25 25–21 25–21      

9th place gameEdit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
23 Nov Pakistan   0–3   Kazakhstan 21–25 22–25 29–31     72–81

WeightliftingEdit

MenEdit

Athlete Event Weights Lifted Total Lifted Rank
Snatch Clean & Jerk
Abdullah Ghafoor 56 kg 99 125 224 12
Mati - ur - Rehman 69 kg 120 152 272 13

WrestlingEdit

Freestyle – MenEdit

Competitor(s) Event 1/8 match Opponent Quarterfinals Opponent
Azhar Hussain 55 kg 1–3[37]   Hua Chen --
Muhammad Ali 66 kg 0–3[38]   Chengde Shan --
Muhammad Inam 84 kg 3–1[39]   Atsushi Matsumoto 0–3[39]   Yermek Baiduashov

Officials

Coach   Gholam Reza Moazzen

WushuEdit

MenEdit

Competitor(s) Event Round of 16 Opponent Quarterfinals Opponent Semifinals Opponent Final Opponent Rank
Syed Maratab Ali Shah Sanshou (60 kg) AV   Bimoljit Singh --- --- ---
Maaz Khan Sanshou (65 kg) 0–2   Hyun Chang-Ho --- ---
Kamran Khalid Sanshou (70 kg) 0–2   Sajjad Abbasi --- --- ---
Ijaz Ahmed Sanshou (75 kg) 2–1[40]   Serdar Mamedov 2–0[41]   Batjargal Magsarjav 0–2   Hamidreza Gholipour  

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ Asian Games begins in China introducing Cricket for the first time Archived 10 March 2011 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved 27 November 2010
  3. ^ Pakistan win men’s squash team gold in Asiad Dawn 25 November 2010. Retrieved 27 November 2010
  4. ^ Pakistan change flag bearer for Asian Games Times of India 10 November 2010. Retrieved 11 November 2010.
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