Asian Nations Cup 1964

Qualifying Tournament

Israel qualified as hosts
South Korea qualified as holders

India qualified by default (India were to play with Iran, Pakistan
and a couple of other teams that were to be played either on home
and away basis, or a special tournament, but all the teams involved
refused to play India due to political reasons at that time and 
thus India were awarded a place in the Asia Cup Finals).

Group 1 (tournament in South Vietnam)

 7-12-1963 Hong Kong      3-3 Thailand
 7-12-1963 South Vietnam  5-3 Malaya
11-12-1963 Malaya         3-1 Thailand
11-12-1963 South Vietnam  1-4 Hong Kong
14-12-1963 Hong Kong      4-3 Malaya
14-12-1963 South Vietnam  3-0 Thailand 

1. HONG KONG       3  2  1  0  11- 7  5
2. South Vietnam   3  2  0  1   9- 7  4
3. Malaya          3  1  0  2   9-10  2
4. Thailand        3  0  1  2   4- 9  1

Final Tournament (Israel, May-June 1964)


26- 5-1964 Israel         1-0 Hong Kong
27- 5-1964 India          2-0 South Korea
29- 5-1964 Israel         2-0 India
31- 5-1964 South Korea    1-0 Hong Kong
 2- 6-1964 India          3-1 Hong Kong
 3- 6-1964 Israel         2-1 South Korea

1. Israel          3  3  0  0   5- 1  6
2. India           3  2  0  1   5- 3  4
3. South Korea     3  1  0  2   2- 4  2
4. Hong Kong       3  0  0  3   1- 5  0


DETAILS

Note: All the games lasted 80 minutes.

Israel - Hong Kong 1:0 (0:0)
26.05.1964 16:30 Ramat-Gan, Municipal Stadium, 25000
Referee and linesmen:
Patrick Nice (Malaysia), Li Pak Tung (Malaysia), Davoud Nassiri (Iran)
Scorers:
1:0 Mordechai Spiegler (76)
Israel:
Itzik Visoker (GK), David Primo, Avraham Kalmi, Haim Bahar, Moshe Leon,
Nahum Stelmach [c], Amatsia Levkovich (Yehezkel Katsav, 7), Mordechai Spiegler,
Yohai Aharoni, Shlomo Levi, Reuven Young
Hong Kong:
Lo Duck-Koon (GK), Lok Tak-Hing, Ip Kam-Hung, Fung Kee-Wang, Liu Kam-Ming,
Ho Cheung-Yau, Cheung Wing-Ching [c], Cheung Yiu-Kwok, Au Pan-Nin, Kwok Wing,
Leung Wai-Hung


India - South Korea 2:0 (1:0)
27.05.1964 16:30 Haifa, Municipal Stadium, 7000
Referee and linesmen:
Davoud Nassiri (Iran), Patrick Nice (Malaysia), Pisit Ngarampanich (Thailand)
Scorers:
1:0 K. Appalaraju (2)
2:0 Inder Singh (57)
India:
Peter Thangaraj (GK), O. Chandrashekar, Arun Ghosh, Fortunata Franco,
Jarnail Singh, Prasanto Sinha, Inder Singh, Mohammed Yousuf Khan, K. Appalaraju,
Chuni Goswami [c], Arumai Nayagam
South Korea:
Woo-Shik Yang (GK), Jung-Seok Kim, Nam-Soo Cho, Sung-Oh Seo, Seung-Ok Park [c],
Young-Yeol Kim, Soon-Chun Chung, Byung-Tak Chung, Yoon-Jung Huh, Soon-Myung Lee,
Myung-Gon Choi


Israel - India 2:0 (1:0)
29.05.1964 16:00 Jaffa, Bloomfield Stadium, 20000
Referee and linesmen:
Li Pak Tung (Malaysia), Davoud Nassiri (Iran), Pisit Ngarampanich (Thailand)
Scorers:
1:0 Mordechai Spiegler (29 pen)
2:0 Yohai Aharoni (76)
Israel:
Itzik Visoker (GK), David Primo, Gidon Tish, Haim Bahar, Moshe Leon,
Nahum Stelmach [c], Yehezkel Katsav, Mordechai Spiegler, Yohai Aharoni, Shlomo Levi,
Einstein Kalish
India:
Peter Thangaraj (GK), O. Chandrashekar, Fortunata Franco, Prasanto Sinha, Arun Ghosh,
Mohammed Yousuf Khan, Jarnail Singh, Chuni Goswami [c], Inder Singh, K. Appalaraju,
Arumai Nayagam


South Korea - Hong Kong 1:0 (0:0)
31.05.1964 16:30 Jerusalem, Hebrew University Stadium, 7000
Referee and linesmen:
Pisit Ngarampanich (Thailand), Patrick Nice (Malaysia), Li Pak Tung (Malaysia)
Scorers:
1:0 Seung-Ok Park (74)
South Korea:
Woo-Shik Yang (GK), Jung-Seok Kim, Nam-Soo Cho, Sung-Oh Seo, Seung-Ok Park [c],
Doo-Seon Kim, Soon-Chun Chung, Byung-Tak Chung, Yoon-Jung Huh, Soon-Myung Lee,
Myung-Gon Choi
Hong Kong:
Lo Duck-Koon (GK), Lok Tak-Hing, Liu Kam-Ming, Leung Wai-Hung, Cheung Wing-Ching [c],
Ip Kam-Hung, Li Kwok-Keung, Lau Chi-Lam, Lau Kai-Chiu, Cheung Yiu-Kwok, Wu Kit-Leung


India - Hong Kong 3:1 (0:1)
02.06.1964 16:30, Jaffa, Bloomfield Stadium, 5000
Referee and linesmen:
Patrick Nice (Malaysia), Li Pak Tung (Malaysia), Pisit Ngarampanich (Thailand)
Scorers:
0:1 Li Kwok-Keung (39)
1:1 Inder Singh (45)
2:1 Sukumar Samajapati (60)
3:1 Chuni Goswami (77)
India:
Shankar Subramaniam Narayan (GK), O. Chandrashekar, Fortunata Franco, Ram Bahadur,
Arun Ghosh, H.H. Hamid, Jarnail Singh, Kajal Mukherjee (Chuni Goswami),
Sukumar Samajapati, Inder Singh, Arumai Nayagam
Hong Kong:
Lo Duck-Koon (GK), Lok Tak-Hing, Wu Kit-Leung, Ip Kam-Hung, Liu Kam-Ming, Lau Kai-Chiu,
Cheung Wing-Ching [c], Ho Cheung-Yau, Li Kwok-Keung, Cheung Yiu-Kwok, Leung Wai-Hung


Israel - South Korea 2:1 (2:0)
03.06.1964 16:00, Ramat-Gan, Municipal Stadium, 35000
Referee and linesmen:
Davoud Nassiri (Iran), Li Pak Tung (Malaysia), Patrick Nice (Malaysia)
Scorers: 
1:0 Moshe Leon (20)
2:0 Gidon Tish (38)
2:1 Soon-Myung Lee (79)
Sent off:
Seok-Woo Jang 32 (by mistake instead of Seung-Ok Park who committed a foul)
Israel:
Haim Levin (GK), David Primo, Haim Bahar, Gidon Tish, Moshe Leon, Nahum Stelmach [c],
Yehezkel Katsav, Mordechai Spiegler, Yohai Aharoni, Shlomo Levi, Reuven Young
South Korea:
Woo-Shik Yang (GK), Jung-Seok Kim, Seung-Ok Park [c], Young-Yeol Kim, Sung-Oh Seo,
Nam-Soo Cho, Myung-Gon Choi, Soon-Myung Lee, Seok-Woo Jang, Yoon-Jung Huh,
Soon-Chun Chung. Substitution is missing.
Note: Yoon-Jung Huh was carried out of the ground at 27' due to injury.


SCORERS
2 - Mordechai Spiegler (Israel)
    Inder Singh (India)
1 - Yohai Aharoni (Israel)
    Moshe Leon (Israel)
    Gidon Tish (Israel)
    K. Appalaraju (India)
    Sukumar Samajapati (India)
    Chuni Goswami (India)
    Seung-Ok Park (South Korea)
    Soon-Myung Lee (South Korea)
    Li Kwok-Keung (Hong Kong)


SQUADS

Israel:
GK: Itzik Visoker, Haim Levin
DF: David Primo, Avraham Kalmi, Haim Bahar, Moshe Leon, Gidon Tish, Shaul Matania
MF: Amatsia Levkovich, Yehezkel Katsav, Nahum Stelmach [c], Mordechai Spiegler, Yosef Mahalal
FW: Yohai Aharoni, Shlomo Levi, Reuven Young, Einstein Kalish, Rahamim Talbi
Coach: Yosef Mirmovich

India:
GK: Peter Thangaraj, Shankar Subramaniam Narayan
DF: O. Chandrashekar, Fortunata Franco, Prasanto Sinha, Arun Ghosh, Mritunjoy Banerjee,
    Syed Nayeemuddin
MF: Jarnail Singh, Mohammed Yousuf Khan, Chuni Goswami [c], Ram Bahadur, Kajal Mukherjee
FW: Inder Singh, K. Appalaraju, Arumai Nayagam, H.H. Hamid, Sukumar Samajapati
Coach: Harry Wright (England)

South Korea:
GK: Woo-Shik Yang, In-Bok Oh
DF: Jung-Seok Kim, Seung-Ok Park [c], Sung-Oh Seo, Nam-Soo Cho, Eun-Sung Lee
MF: Young-Yeol Kim, Myung-Gon Choi, Soon-Myung Lee, Doo-Seon Kim
FW: Seok-Woo Jang, Yoon-Jung Huh, Soon-Chun Chung, Byung-Tak Chung, Ji-Un Jang,
    Geum-Soo Bae
Coach: Yoo-Hyung Lee

Hong Kong:
GK: Lo Duck-Koon, Mok Siu Lam
DF: Lok Tak-Hing, Ip Kam-Hung, Fung Kee-Wang, Liu Kam-Ming, Wu Kit-Leung
MF: Ho Cheung-Yau, Kung Wah-Kit, Cheung Wing-Ching [c], Cheung Yiu-Kwok, Lau Chi-Lam
FW: Au Pan-Nin, Li Kwok-Keung, Leung Wai-Hung, Kwok Wing, Lau Kai-Chiu
One player is missing
Coach: N/A


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