|5 SPECIAL AWARDS|
|MAN OF THE MATCH||CHRISTOPHER CIRIELLO (AUSTRALIA)|
|TOP GOAL SCORER||SOHAIL ABBAS (PAK) RUPINDERPAL SINGH (INDIA) – 6 GOALS|
|BEST GOALKEEPER||KUMAR SUBRAMANIAN (MALAYSIA)|
|PLAYER OF THE TOURNAMENT||SHAKEEL ABBASI (PAKISTAN)|
|FAIRPLAY||INDIA & PAKISTAN|
The following players were selected as the Sultan Azlan Shah XI. The panel comprised of all seven coaches of the teams, together with the national coaches of Holland and Japan.
MEDIA RELEASEAustralia defeated Pakistan 3-2 via a golden goal to lift the 20th Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh tonight.
MEDIA RELEASEGreat Britain finished in third place at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, coming back from a goal down to defeat New Zealand 4-2 in Ipoh this evening.
South Korea finished in fifth spot when they defeated India 2-1 in the classification match at the Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh this afternoon.
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New Zealand lived dangerously in their match against Australia but managed to make the 3/4 placing although they lost the match 2-4.
Pakistan qualified for the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup final when they scrapped past hosts Malaysia 3-2 this evening.
South Korea dented Great Britain’s hope of making the final of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh.
Though Great Britain still have a mathematical chance of qualifying, following their 3-1 defeat to the Koreans, they will have to wait for the outcomes of the Pakistan v Malaysia and New Zealand v Australia clash.