Quaid-E-Azam International Cup (Pakistan)


Held at irregular intervals and various cities in Pakistan. It is not clear whether any tournaments were organised after 1987.


Palmares

1976 Guangdong
1982 Iran
1985 North Korea XI
1986 China
1987 Syria

Quaid-e-Azam Centenary Celebration International Invitation Tournament, 1976 (Karachi, Pakistan)

Held at the HCP (Hockey Club of Pakistan) Stadium in Karachi to commemorate the centenary of the birth of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the first leader of Pakistan, known as "Quaid-e-Azam" (Great Leader).

Originally, the tournament was planned to commence on 22nd October and to consist of two groups of three teams: China, Afghanistan, and Pakistan Greens (the national A team) would be in Group A, while Malaysia, Mauritius, and Pakistan Reds (the B team) would be in Group B. However, in early October the tournament was suddenly brought forward to begin on 12th October. Malaysia (scheduled to arrive on the 18th) and Mauritius (19th) could not change their travel plans at such late notice, so during the first few days of the tournament only Group A was played. On 16th October the P.F.F. announced that the tournament would comprise only Group A, that Malaysia had withdrawn, and that Mauritius would play only exhibition matches vs Pakistan and China. On 20th October it was announced that Mauritius had cancelled its visit. The Chinese team departed on 21st October.

Tournament

 1.Guangdong (China)  2  2  0  0 11- 3  4
 2.Pakistan Greens    2  1  0  1  2- 5  2
 3.Afghanistan        2  0  0  2  2- 7  0


12-10-76 Pakistan Greens  1-0  Afghanistan       [HT 1-0]
           [Afzal Qasim 8']
           [Pakistan Greens: Masood, Akbar, Shafi, Amir Bux, Ishaq, Sarwar [c], Latif (Pir Mohammed),
                             Jan Mohammed (Shamim), Kazim, Afzal Qasim (Niaz), Idrees.]
           [Afghanistan: Shah Mahmood (Wakil), Basir, Asadullah, Rahmatullah [c], Azimshah (Farid),
                         Zaman (Momin), Farooq, Abdullah, Yasin, Sabir, Ahmad Shah (Ibrahim).]
           [Referee: S.A.Dara (Lahore)]
           [Linesmen: Majang Sultan (Afghanistan), Sultan Jundrani (Quetta)]
           [Attendance: 5000]

13-10-76 Guangdong        5-1  Pakistan Greens   [HT 3-0]
           [Cai Jinbiao 2', Chen Weihao 6', Rong Zhixing (3-0), Ou Weiting (4-0) (5-0) / Sarwar (5-1)]
           [Note: He Jia missed a penalty in the second half.]
           [Guangdong: Yang Fusheng, Ye Xiquan, Du Qingen, Wu Zhiying, He Jia [c], Du Zhiren,
                       Rong Zhixing, Cai Jinbiao, Chen Xirong, Ou Weiting, Chen Weihao (Xie Zhiguang).]
           [Pakistan Greens: Masood, Akbar (Amir Bux), Saleem Butt, Ishaq, Shafi, Latif, Sarwar [c],
                             Pir Mohammed, Shamim (Kazim), Wahid (Afzal Qasim), Idrees.]
           [Referee: Majang Sultan (Afghanistan)]
           [Linesmen: Mohammad Yaqoob Siddiqui (Lahore), Sultan Jundrani (Quetta)]
           [Attendance: 8000]

17-10-76 Guangdong        6-2  Afghanistan       [HT 2-1]
           [Wei Chongjin 6' 32', Rong Zhixing (3-1) (4-1), Ye Xiquan (5-2), Ta Jieqiu (6-2) / Ahmad Shah 41', Karim 75']
           [Guangdong: Yang Fusheng, Ye Xiquan, Guan Zhirui, Wu Zhiying, He Jia [c], Cai Jinbiao,
                       Wei Chongjin, Rong Zhixing, Xie Zhiguang (Chen Weihao), Chen Xirong
                       (Ta Jieqiu), Ou Weiting.]
           [Afghanistan: Shah Mahmood (Wakil), Rahmatullah [c], Asadullah, Basir, Farid, Zaman,
                         Farooq (Karim), Yasin, Abdullah, Ahmad Shah, Babar.]
           [Referee: S.A.Dara (Lahore)]
           [Linesmen: Mohammad Yaqoob Siddiqui (Lahore), Sultan Jundrani (Quetta)]
           [Attendance: 10000]


Exhibition Matches

16-10-76 Pakistan Greens  3-2  Pakistan Reds
           [Kazim x2, Sarwar / Saleem, Zahoor]
18-10-76 Guangdong        8-2  Pakistan Reds
           [Chen Xirong x3, Ta Jieqiu x3, Wei Chongjin x2 / Salah Mohammad, Mujahid]


Squads

Guangdong:
 Leader: Yang Guofeng
 Deputy leader: Zhang Riyang
 Coaches: Su Yongshun, Chen Hanlin
 Players: Yang Fusheng, Jia Yuehua, Ye Xiquan, Du Qingen, Wu Zhiying, He Jia, Du Zhiren,
          Yang Weixiang, Wei Chongjin, Rong Zhixing, Ta Jieqiu, Cai Jinbiao, Xie Zhiguang,
          Chen Xirong, Ou Weiting, Chen Weihao, He Jinlun, Guan Zhirui.

Afghanistan:
 Leader: Z.A. Usmani
 Deputy leader: Suadullah Ahmedzad
 Coach: Salenko (USSR)
 Players: Shah Mahmood (GK), Abdul Wakil Arghandiwal (GK), Abdul Basir Nasiri (DF),
          Asadullah Kazimi (DF), Rahmatullah Ahmadzai (DF) [c], Azimshah Gharibzada,
          Farid Ahmad Mawlawi, Mohammad Zaman Usman (MF), Abdul Monim Kabir (FW),
          Mohammad Farooq Sidiq (MF), Abdul Karim Karimi (MF), Abdullah Nekzad (MF),
          Mohammad Yasin Safdari (MF), Mohammad Sabir Rohparwar (FW), Ahmad Shah Rahim (FW),
          Mohammad Ibrahim Hashimi, Babar (FW), Mohammad Ismail, Najibullah Kargar (MF),
          Abdul Ghafoor Sahebi, Kalendar Shah.

Pakistan Greens:
 Manager: Pir Bux
 Coach : Dr Géza Kalocsay (Hungary)
 Players: Sarwar [c], Ishaq, Sadiq, Masood, Akbar, Amir Bux, Shafi, Saleem Butt, Latif,
          Rahman, Jan Mohammed, Shamim, Pir Mohammed, Kazim, Afzal, Idrees, Niaz, Wahid.

Pakistan Reds:
 Manager: Allah Bux
 Players: Mujahid [c], Naqi, Tahir Jamshed, Taj, Gul, Siddique, Anwar, Sohail, Aziz,
          Lal Mohammad, Iftikhar, Salah Mohammad, Lal Bux, Saleem, Zahoor, Ashiq, Ayub,
          Shamrez, Akhtar, Maqbool.


Sources: "Dawn" (Karachi), Zhongguo zuqiu ziliao

Quaid-e-Azam International Tournament, 1982 (Karachi, Pakistan)

Tournament

All matches were played at the National Stadium, Karachi.

12- 2-82 Pakistan       2-0 Nepal            [HT 1-0]
           [Abdul Shakoor x2]
           [Pakistan: Pervez Ramzan, Naeem Gul, S.A.Alvi, Shaukat Mufti, Muhammad Akbar [c],
                      Nasir Abbas, Muhammad Shamim Khan, Qazi Muhammad Asif, Abdul Wahid
                      (Muhammad Saleem), Abdul Shakoor, Muhammad Ejaz Butt (Muhammad Ali Shah).]
           [Nepal: Lok Bahadur Shahi, Dhirendra Pradhan, Suresh Panthi, Shree Ram Ranjitkar
                   (Bhakta Raj Karnikar), Bidur Bista, Rupak Raj Sharma [c], Krishna Thapa,
                   Ashok K.C., Man Bahadur Malla, Ganesh Thapa, [1 missing in source].]
           [Referee: Mohsen Abdul-Rahman (Oman).]
           [Linesmen: Sardar Ali Dara (Pakistan), Mohammad Aslam (Pakistan).]

13- 2-82 Pakistan Youth 2-1 Oman             [HT 2-1]
           [Mahmood Anwar x2 / Nasser Hamdan]
           [Pakistan Youth: Tahir Jamshed, Lal Muhammad, Muhammad Siddiq, Mahmood Ahmed [c],
                            Muhammad Rashid Jr, Nafees Ahmed (Abdul Latif), Muhammad Zulfiqar,
                            Abid Hussain, Khalid Mahmood Butt, Muhammad Sharif
                            (Muhammad Faqir), Mahmood Anwar.]
           [Oman: Mohammed Salem Muflah, Abdul-Wahid Qasim, Abdul-Rahman Awadh, Juma Habib,
                  Abdullah Hamoud, Ghulam Khamis, Nasser Hamdan, Khalil Mourad, Thani Nassib,
                  Karim Bakhsh, Salem Juma [c], Mohammed Saeed Musayeda. [includes one sub]
           [Referee: Shrestha (Nepal).]
           [Linesmen: Syed Karimuddin Nawab (Pakistan), Anwar Sultan Bhatti (Pakistan).]

14- 2-82 Pakistan Youth 1-1 Nepal            [HT 1-0]
           [Shahid Ahmad / Rupak Raj Sharma 90' pen]
           [Pakistan Youth: Tahir Jamshed, Muhammad Talib, Muhammad Siddiq, Mahmood Ahmed [c],
                            Muhammad Rashid Jr, Nafees Ahmed, Muhammad Zulfiqar, Abid Hussain,
                            Shahid Ahmad, Mahmood Anwar, Najeebullah.]
           [Nepal: Lok Bahadur Shahi, Rupak Raj Sharma [c], Ashok K.C., Krishna Thapa,
                   Ganesh Thapa, Dhirendra Pradhan, Bidur Bista, Suresh Panthi,
                   Narendra Bahadur Shrestha, Man Bahadur Malla, Narendra Man Singh
                   (Binaya Shrestha), Yam Bahadur Ghale. [12 starters in source]]
           [Referee: Behman Bahadur (Iran).]
           [Linesmen: Mohsen Abdul-Rahman (Oman), Sardar Ali Dara (Pakistan).]

14- 2-82 Oman           0-0 Shandong
           [Oman: Mohammed Salem Muflah, Abdul-Rahman Awadh, Juma Habib, Abdullah Hamoud,
                  Ghulam Khamis, Khalil Mourad, Hadib Khamis, Saeed Fayil, Salim Awadh,
                  Salim Ali Mansour (Abdul-Wahid Qasim), Mohammed Juma (Mohammed Saeed Musayeda).]
           [Shandong: Song Zhongsheng, Dai Renqing, Zhang Chonglai, Yang Peiheng,
                      Sun Chongjun, Zhang Luodi (Guo Kuowei), Yin Tiesheng, Wang Dezhang,
                      Xu Yonglai [c], Zou Xinguang (Liu Luoyang), Wang Baocheng.]
           [Referee: Sultan Jindrani (Pakistan).]

15- 2-82 Pakistan Youth 2-1 Bangladesh       [HT 0-0]
           [Muhammad Zulfiqar 59', Mahmood Anwar 73' / Abdus Salam Murshedi 46']
           [Pakistan Youth: Tahir Jamshed, Muhammad Talib, Muhammad Siddiq, Mahmood Ahmed [c],
                            Muhammad Bashir, Abdul Latif, Muhammad Zulfiqar, Abid Hussain,
                            Mahmood Anwar (Nafees Ahmed), Shahid Ahmad, Najeebullah.]
           [Bangladesh: Shahidur Rahman Shantoo, Abul Hossain, Azmat Ali, Swapan Kumar Das,
                        Shafiul Arefin Tutul, Mohammad Hasanuzzaman Khan Bablu, Ashish Bhadra,
                        Khandokar Wasim Iqbal, Abdus Salam Murshedi, Sheikh Mohammad Aslam,
                        Ashrafuddin Ahmed Chunnu [c].]
           [Referee: Shrestha (Nepal).]
           [Linesmen: Mohsen Abdul-Rahman (Oman), Behman Bahadur (Iran).]

15- 2-82 Iran           0-0 Shandong
           [Iran: Nader Faryad-Shiran, Ruhollah Ebadzadeh, Amir Marzoughi, Mohammad Panjali,
                  Mehdi Dinvarzadeh, Mahmoud Haghighian [c], Mohammad Mayeli-Kohan
                  (Saeed Maraghechian), Manouchehr Taherkhani, Abdol-Ali Changiz, Kamil Anjini,
                  Nasser Mohammad-Khani (Ali-Reza Heydari).]
           [Shandong: Song Zhongsheng, Wang Dezhang, Qu Gang, Sun Chongjun, Yang Peiheng,
                      Zhang Luodi, Zou Xinguang (Guo Kuowei), Dai Renqing (Liu Luoyang),
                      Yin Tiesheng, Xu Yonglai [c], Zhang Chonglai.]
           [Referee: Sardar Ali Dara (Pakistan).]
           [Linesmen: Syed Karimuddin Nawab (Pakistan), Mohammad Aslam (Pakistan).]

16- 2-82 Iran           1-0 Pakistan         [HT 1-0]
           [Kamil Anjini 7']
           [Iran: Vazgen Safarian, Ruhollah Ebadzadeh, Mehdi Dinvarzadeh, Mohammad Mayeli-Kohan
                  (Abdol-Ali Changiz), Hamid Farzamnia, Mahmoud Haghighian [c], Abbas Kargar,
                  Manouchehr Taherkhani, Kamil Anjini, Mohammad Panjali, Ali-Reza Heydari
                  (Saeed Maraghechian).]
           [Pakistan: Parvez Ramzan, Naeem Gul, S.A.Alvi, Muhammad Jan, Muhammad Akbar [c],
                      Shaukat Mufti, Muhammad Naushad (Muhammad Ejaz Butt 75'), Muhammad Saleem,
                      Muhammad Ali Shah, Muhammad Shamim Khan, Muhammad Rashid Sr.]
           [Referee: Mohsen Abdul-Rahman (Oman).]
           [Linesmen: Mohammad Aslam (Pakistan), Shrestha (Nepal).]

16- 2-82 Nepal          1-1 Bangladesh       [HT 0-1]
           [Bidur Bista 86' / Ashish Bhadra ??']
           [Nepal: Lok Bahadur Shahi, Dhirendra Pradhan, Bhakta Raj Karnikar,
                   Rupak Raj Sharma [c], Suresh Panthi, Man Bahadur Malla, Krishna Thapa,
                   Bidur Bista, Narendra Man Singh, Ganesh Thapa, Yam Bahadur Ghale
                   (Binaya Shrestha), Ashok K.C. [12 starters in source]]
           [Bangladesh: Shahidur Rahman Shantoo, Shafiul Arefin Tutul, Mazidul Islam Moni,
                        Azmat Ali, Swapan Kumar Das, Mohammad Hasanuzzaman Khan Bablu,
                        Ashish Bhadra, Khandokar Wasim Iqbal, Abdus Salam Murshedi,
                        Sheikh Mohammad Aslam, Ashrafuddin Ahmed Chunnu [c].]
           [Sent off: Khandokar Wasim Iqbal.]
           [Referee: Anwar Sultan Bhatti (Pakistan).]
           [Linesmen: Sardar Ali Dara (Pakistan), Behman Bahadur (Iran).]

17- 2-82 Oman           1-0 Nepal            [HT 1-0]
           [Mousa Hindawi 29']
           [Oman: Mohammed Salem Muflah, Abdul-Wahid Qasim (Saeed Fayil), Abdul-Rahim Awadh,
                  Juma Habib, Abdullah Hamoud, Ghulam Khamis, Hadib Khamis, Thani Nassib,
                  Khalil Mourad, Salim Ali Mansour (Karim Bakhsh), Mousa Hindawi.]
           [Nepal: Lok Bahadur Shahi, Dhirendra Pradhan, Suresh Panthi, Bhakta Raj Karnikar,
                   Narendra Bahadur Shrestha, Man Bahadur Malla, Rupak Raj Sharma [c],
                   Krishna Thapa, Ashok K.C., Yam Bahadur Ghale (Narendra Man Singh),
                   Shree Ram Ranjitkar, Ganesh Thapa. [12 starters in source]]
           [Referee: Syed Karimuddin Nawab (Pakistan).]
           [Linesmen: Sardar Ali Dara (Pakistan), Anwar Sultan Bhatti (Pakistan).]

17- 2-82 Pakistan Youth 2-1 Shandong         [HT 1-0]
           [Mahmood Anwar 5' ??' / Wang Dezhang 10']
           [Pakistan Youth: Tahir Jamshed, Muhammad Talib, Muhammad Siddiq, Muhammad Rashid Jr,
                            Mahmood Ahmed [c], Abdul Latif, Muhammad Zulfiqar, Abid Hussain,
                            Mahmood Anwar, Shahid Ahmad, Najeebullah.]
           [Shandong: Song Zhongsheng, Dai Renqing, Zhang Chonglai, Yang Peiheng, Qu Gang,
                      Zhang Luodi, Sun Chongjun (Yin Tiesheng), Wang Dezhang, Guo Kuowei,
                      Zou Xinguang, Xu Yonglai [c].]
           [Referee: Behman Bahadur (Iran).]
           [Linesmen: Mohsen Abdul-Rahman (Oman), Shrestha (Nepal).]

18- 2-82 Iran           4-1 Pakistan Youth   [HT 1-0]
           [Abbas Kargar 3', Kamil Anjini 59', Mohammad Mayeli-Kohan ??', Mahmoud Haghighian ??'
            / Muhammad Zulfiqar 65']
           [Iran: Nader Faryad-Shiran, Ruhollah Ebadzadeh, Mehdi Dinvarzadeh [c], Mohammad Panjali,
                  Amir Marzoughi, Saeed Maraghechian, Mohammad Mayeli-Kohan,
                  Manouchehr Taherkhani (Mahmoud Haghighian), Abdol-Ali Changiz, Kamil Anjini,
                  Mehdi Fardalinia, Abbas Kargar. [12 starters in source]]
           [Pakistan Youth: Tahir Jamshed, Muhammad Talib, Muhammad Siddiq, Muhammad Rashid Jr,
                            Mahmood Ahmed [c], Abdul Latif, Muhammad Zulfiqar, Abid Hussain,
                            Abdul Ghafoor (Muhammad Faqir), Shahid Ahmad, Mahmood Anwar.]
           [Referee: Shrestha (Nepal).]
           [Linesmen: Mohsen Abdul-Rahman (Oman), Anwar Sultan Bhatti (Pakistan).]

18- 2-82 Pakistan       2-1 Bangladesh       [HT 1-0]
           [Muhammad Naushad x2 / Khandokar Wasim Iqbal]
           [Pakistan: Pervez Ramzan, Naeem Gul, S.A.Alvi (Muhammad Ejaz Butt), Muhammad Akbar [c],
                      Shaukat Mufti, Muhammad Saleem, Muhammad Shamim Khan, Muhammad Jan,
                      Muhammad Naushad, Muhammad Ali Shah, Muhammad Rashid Sr.]
           [Bangladesh: Shahidur Rahman Shantoo (Lal Mohammad), Shafiul Arefin Tutul, Azmat Ali,
                        Mazidul Islam Moni, Swapan Kumar Das, Mohammad Hasanuzzaman Khan Bablu,
                        Ashish Bhadra, Khandokar Wasim Iqbal, Abdus Salam Murshedi,
                        Sheikh Mohammad Aslam (Badal Roy), Ashrafuddin Ahmed Chunnu [c].]
           [Referee: Behman Bahadur (Iran).]
           [Linesmen: Mohammad Aslam (Pakistan), Sardar Ali Dara (Pakistan).]

19- 2-82 Shandong       0-1 Nepal            [HT 0-0]
           [Ganesh Thapa 79']
           [Shandong: Song Zhongsheng, Wang Dezhang, Sun Chongjun, Yang Peiheng, Zhang Luodi,
                      Liu Luoyang, Dai Renqing, Yin Tiesheng, Zou Xinguang, Wang Baocheng,
                      Xu Yonglai [c].]
           [Nepal: Lok Bahadur Shahi, Dhirendra Pradhan, Suresh Panthi, Bhakta Raj Karnikar,
                   Rupak Raj Sharma [c], Krishna Thapa, Ganesh Thapa, Narendra Man Singh,
                   Ashok K.C., Shree Ram Ranjitkar, Man Bahadur Malla (Binaya Shrestha).]
           [Yellow cards: Song Zhongsheng, Zou Xinguang]
           [Referee: Mohammad Aslam (Pakistan).]
           [Linesmen: Anwar Sultan Bhatti (Pakistan), Sardar Ali Dara (Pakistan).]

19- 2-82 Oman           3-1 Bangladesh       [HT 2-0]
           [Nasser Hamdan 40', Khalil Mourad 43', Mohammed Saeed Musayeda 67' / Ashrafuddin Ahmed Chunnu (3-1)]
           [Oman: Mohammed Salem Muflah, Abdul-Wahid Qasim, Juma Habib, Abdullah Hamoud,
                  Karim Bakhsh, Saeed Fayil, Ghulam Khamis, Nasser Hamdan, Salim Awadh, Khalil Mourad,
                  Salem Juma [c], Hadib Khamis, Mohammed Saeed Musayeda. [includes two subs]]
           [Bangladesh: Lal Mohammad (Shahidur Rahman Shantoo), Shafiul Arefin Tutul, Azmat Ali,
                        Mazidul Islam Moni, Swapan Kumar Das, Mohammad Hasanuzzaman Khan Bablu,
                        Ashish Bhadra, Khandokar Wasim Iqbal, Abdus Salam Murshedi,
                        Sheikh Mohammad Aslam, Ashrafuddin Ahmed Chunnu [c].]
           [Referee: Sultan Jindrani (Pakistan).]
           [Linesmen: Shrestha (Nepal), Behman Bahadur (Iran).]

20- 2-82 Iran           4-0 Nepal            [HT 2-0]
           [Ali-Reza Heydari 2', Mehdi Dinvarzadeh ??', Mehdi Fardalinia 50', Abdol-Ali Changiz 62' pen]
           [Iran: Vazgen Safarian, Ebrahim Tahmasebi, Mehdi Dinvarzadeh [c], Amir Marzoughi,
                  Mohammad Panjali, Mohammad Mayeli-Kohan, Abdol-Ali Changiz, Saeed Maraghechian,
                  Ali-Reza Heydari, Mehdi Fardalinia, Abbas Kargar.]
           [Nepal: Lok Bahadur Shahi, Rupak Raj Sharma [c], Dhirendra Pradhan, Suresh Panthi,
                   Ganesh Thapa, Krishna Thapa, Ashok K.C., Bidur Bista (Narendra Man Singh),
                   Deepak Bajracharya, Binaya Shrestha, Bhakta Raj Karnikar
                   (Narendra Bahadur Shrestha).]
           [Referee: Anwar Sultan Bhatti (Pakistan).]
           [Linesmen: Mohsen Abdul-Rahman (Oman), Sultan Jindrani (Pakistan).]

20- 2-82 Pakistan       1-4 Shandong         [HT 1-2]
           [Abdul Wahid 26' / Zou Xinguang 8', Zhang Luodi (1-2), Wang Dezhang 80', Qu Gang 84']
           [Sent off: Yin Tiesheng.]

21- 2-82 Iran           4-0 Oman             [HT 2-0]
           [Abdol-Ali Changiz 27', Mahmoud Haghighian (2-0), Ebrahim Tahmasebi (3-0), Kamil Anjini 76']
           [Iran: Vazgen Safarian (Nader Faryad-Shiran), Ebrahim Tahmasebi, Mehdi Dinvarzadeh,
                  Mohammad Panjali, Amir Marzoughi, Mohammad Mayeli-Kohan, Manouchehr Taherkhani,
                  Mahmoud Haghighian [c] (Mehdi Fardalinia), Abdol-Ali Changiz, Kamil Anjini,
                  Abbas Kargar.]
           [Oman: Suleiman Mohammed Khalef, Saeed Fayil, Abdul-Rahman Awadh, Karim Bakhsh,
                  Abdullah Hamoud, Juma Habib, Hadib Khamis, Ghulam Khamis, Salim Ali Mansour
                  (Salim Awadh), Khalil Mourad, Nasser Hamdan (Mohammed Saeed Musayeda).]
           [Referee: Syed Karimuddin Nawab (Pakistan).]
           [Linesmen: Mohammad Aslam (Pakistan), Sardar Ali Dara (Pakistan).]

22- 2-82 Shandong       0-0 Bangladesh
           [Shandong: Song Zhongsheng, Wang Dezhang (Yang Peiheng), Qu Gang, Sun Chongjun,
                      Zhang Luodi, Zou Xinguang, Liu Luoyang, Dai Renqing, Luo Xucheng,
                      Wang Baocheng, Xu Yonglai [c].]
           [Bangladesh: Shahidur Rahman Shantoo, Shafiul Arefin Tutul (Abdus Salam Murshedi),
                        Azmat Ali, Mazidul Islam Moni, Swapan Kumar Das, Ashish Bhadra,
                        Mohammad Hasanuzzaman Khan Bablu, Golam Rabbani Helal,
                        Khandokar Wasim Iqbal, Sheikh Mohammad Aslam (Abul Hossain),
                        Ashrafuddin Ahmed Chunnu [c].]
           [Referee: Sardar Ali Dara (Pakistan).]
           [Linesmen: Shrestha (Nepal), Behman Bahadur (Iran).]

23- 2-82 Pakistan Youth 0-0 Pakistan
           [Pakistan Youth: Ajmal, Muhammad Siddiq, Muhammad Rashid Jr, Mahmood Ahmed [c],
                            Abdul Latif, Muhammad Zulfiqar, Abid Hussain, Mahmood Anwar,
                            Shahid Ahmad, Muhammad Faqir, Lal Muhammad.]
           [Pakistan: Sajid Hussain, Naeem Gul [c], S.A.Alvi, Shaukat Mufti, Muhammad Saleem,
                      Muhammad Shamim Khan, Qazi Muhammad Asif, Muhammad Rashid Sr, Nasir Abbas,
                      Muhammad Fiaz, Abdul Wahid, Muhammad Eyaz Butt. [includes one sub]]
           [Referee: Behman Bahadur (Iran).]

23- 2-82 Iran           9-0 Bangladesh       [HT 4-0]
           [Ali-Reza Heydari 7' 38', Mehdi Fardalinia 22' 44', Ebrahim Tahmasebi 58',
            Abdol-Ali Changiz 66' 70', Kamil Anjini 79' 88']
           [Iran: Nader Faryad-Shiran, Ruhollah Ebadzadeh, Mohammad Panjali
                  (Ebrahim Tahmasebi 46'), Amir Marzoughi, Mahmoud Haghighian [c],
                  Hamid Farzamnia, Abdol-Ali Changiz, Mehdi Fardalinia (Kamil Anjini 64'),
                  Ali-Reza Heydari, Mohammad Mayeli-Kohan, [1 missing].]
           [Bangladesh: Shahidur Rahman Shantoo (Lal Mohammad 46'), Abul Hossain
                        (Abdus Salam Murshedi 63'), Mazidul Islam Moni, Azmat Ali,
                        Swapan Kumar Das, Mohammad Hasanuzzaman Khan Bablu, Ashish Bhadra,
                        Sheikh Mohammad Aslam, Khandokar Wasim Iqbal, Golam Rabbani Helal,
                        Ashrafuddin Ahmed Chunnu [c].]
           [Referee: Mohsen Abdul-Rahman (Oman).]

24- 2-82 Pakistan       0-0 Oman
           [Pakistan: Pervez Ramzan, Naeem Gul, S.A.Alvi, Muhammad Akbar [c], Shaukat Mufti,
                      Muhammad Saleem, Muhammad Shamim Khan, Muhammad Naushad, Muhammad Rashid Sr,
                      Nasir Abbas, Muhammad Jan, Abdul Wahid. [includes one sub]]
           [Oman: Mohammed Salem Muflah, Abdul-Wahid Qasim, Karim Bakhsh, Abdul-Rahman Awadh,
                  Abdullah Hamoud, Juma Habib, Hadib Khamis, Ghulam Khamis, Salim Awadh,
                  Nasser Hamdan, Khalid Mourad, Saeed Fayil. [includes one sub]]
           [Referee: Behman Bahadur (Iran).]
           [Linesmen: Mohsen Abdul-Rahman (Oman), Mohammad Aslam (Pakistan).]

 1.IRAN            6  5  1  0 22- 1 11
 2.Pakistan Youth  6  3  2  1  8- 8  8  [played as Pakistan Blues]
 3.Pakistan        6  2  2  2  5- 6  6  [played as Pakistan Greens]
 4.Oman            6  2  2  2  5- 7  6
 5.Shandong        6  1  3  2  5- 4  5  [P.R. China]
 6.Nepal           6  1  2  3  3- 9  4
 7.Bangladesh      6  0  2  4  4-17  2


Top scorers:
  Kamil Anjini (Iran)              5
  Mahmood Anwar (Pakistan Youth)   5
  Abdol-Ali Changiz (Iran)         4

Official best player: Abdol-Ali Changiz (Iran)
 (awarded by the Pakistan Sports Writers Association)


Squads

Bangladesh
 Players: Shahidur Rahman Shantoo, Lal Mohammad, Abul Hossain, Azmat Ali, Swapan Kumar Das,
          Shafiul Arefin Tutul, Mazidul Islam Moni, Mohammad Hasanuzzaman Khan Bablu,
          Ashish Bhadra, Khandokar Wasim Iqbal, Abdus Salam Murshedi, Sheikh Mohammad Aslam,
          Ashrafuddin Ahmed Chunnu [c], Badal Roy, Golam Rabbani Helal, [perhaps incomplete]

Iran
 Players: Nader Faryad-Shiran, Vazgen Safarian, Ruhollah Ebadzadeh, Ebrahim Tahmasebi,
          Amir Marzoughi, Mohammad Panjali, Hamid Farzamnia, Mehdi Fardalinia,
          Mehdi Dinvarzadeh, Mahmoud Haghighian [c], Abbas Kargar, Mohammad Mayeli-Kohan,
          Saeed Maraghechian, Manouchehr Taherkhani, Abdol-Ali Changiz, Kamil Anjini,
          Nasser Mohammad-Khani, Ali-Reza Heydari.

Nepal
 Leader: K.B.Thapa (President of All-Nepal FA)
 Officials: S.B.Shrestha, Cui Zeng Shi (China).
 Players: Rupak Raj Sharma [c], Ashok K.C., Lok Bahadur Shahi, G.Shrestha, Suresh Panthi,
          Bhakta Raj Karnikar, Dhirendra Pradhan, Narendra Bahadur Shrestha, Shree Ram Ranjitkar,
          Bidur Bista, Man Bahadur Malla, Krishna Thapa, Narendra Man Singh, Raju Shakya,
          Ganesh Thapa, Yam Bahadur Ghale, Binaya Shrestha, Deepak Bajracharya.

Oman
 Manager: Ahmed Rashed Alawi
 Coach: Moncef Melliti (Tunisia)
 Assistant coach: Mohammed Taha Badiwi
 Players: Mohammed Salem Muflah, Suleiman Mohammed Khalef, Abdul-Rahman Awadh, Khalil Mourad,
          Hadib Khamis, Salem Juma [c], Mohammed Juma, Abdullah Hamoud, Juma Habib,
          Nasser Hamdan, Ghulam Khamis, Karim Bakhsh, Salim Awadh, Abdul-Wahid Qasim,
          Mohammed Saeed Musayeda, Thani Nassib, Saeed Fayil, Salim Ali Mansour, Mousa Hindawi.

Pakistan
 Manager: Ibni Ali
 Coach: Younus Rana
 Players: Pervez Ramzan, Sajid Hussain, Naeem Gul, S.A.Alvi, Muhammad Jan, Shaukat Mufti,
          Muhammad Akbar [c], Muhammad Naushad, Nasir Abbas, Muhammad Shamim Khan,
          Qazi Muhammad Asif, Abdul Wahid, Muhammad Saleem, Abdul Shakoor, Muhammad Ejaz Butt,
          Muhammad Fiaz, Muhammad Ali Shah, Muhammad Rashid Sr.

Pakistan Youth
 Manager: Sardar Khan
 Coach: Mourad Bux
 Players: Tahir Jamshed, Ajmal, Lal Muhammad, Muhammad Talib, Muhammad Siddiq, Mahmood Ahmed [c],
          Muhammad Rashid Jr, Nafees Ahmed (Abdul Latif), Muhammad Zulfiqar, Abid Hussain,
          Abdul Ghafoor, Khalid Mahmood Butt, Muhammad Sharif, Muhammad Faqir, Mahmood Anwar,
          Shahid Ahmad, Najeebullah, Muhammad Bashir.

Shandong (P.R. China)
 Players: Song Zhongsheng, Dai Renqing, Zhang Chonglai, Yang Peiheng, Sun Chongjun,
          Zhang Luodi, Guo Kuowei, Yin Tiesheng, Wang Dezhang, Qu Gang, Xu Yonglai [c],
          Zou Xinguang, Liu Luoyang, Wang Baocheng, Luo Xucheng, [perhaps incomplete].

1985

Held in Peshawar, Pakistan, April/May 1985

Group 1
28- 4-1985 North Korea XI 0-0 Pakistan Green
29- 4-1985 North Korea XI 8-0 Nepal          [other source: 8-1]
30- 4-1985 Pakistan Green 1-0 Nepal

 1.NORTH KOREA XI   2  1  1  0  8- 0  3
 2.PAKISTAN GREEN   2  1  1  0  1- 0  3
 3.Nepal            2  0  0  2  0- 9  0

NB: only both Nepal matches listed as FIFA international;
    Pakistan Green are the Pakistan national side;
    precise status of North Korea XI unclear.

Group 2
28- 4-1985 Bangladesh     1-1 Indonesia      
29- 4-1985 Indonesia      2-0 Pakistan White
30- 4-1985 Bangladesh     3-0 Pakistan White

 1.BANGLADESH       2  1  1  0  4- 1  3
 2.INDONESIA        2  1  1  0  3- 1  3
 3.Pakistan White   2  0  0  2  0- 5  0

NB: only Bangladesh vs Indonesia FIFA international;
    Pakistan White are the national B squad.

Semifinals
 2- 5-1985 Indonesia      0-7 North Korea XI 
 2- 5-1985 Pakistan Green 1-3 Bangladesh

Third Place Match
 4- 5-1985 Indonesia      3-1 Pakistan Green

Final
 4- 5-1985 Bangladesh     0-1 North Korea XI

NB: the two North Korea matches are listed as FIFA internationals;
    the two Pakistan matches were not?!

Winners: North Korea XI

1986

Held in Islamabad, April 25-May 2, 1986.

NB: Pakistan Green are the Pakistan national side;
    Pakistan White are the national B squad;
    China was the full national team (the same squad which played vs Italy on 11th May);
    precise status of South Korea representation unclear.

25- 4-1986 Pakistan Green 1-0 Sri Lanka
25- 4-1986 China          5-0 Nepal
             [Liu Haiguang 36' 41', Li Zhonghua, Chen Dong, Zhao Dayu]
26- 4-1986 Pakistan Green 1-0 South Korea
26- 4-1986 Pakistan White 0-7 China
27- 4-1986 Nepal          2-2 Sri Lanka
27- 4-1986 Pakistan White 0-4 South Korea
28- 4-1986 Pakistan White 2-3 Sri Lanka
28- 4-1986 Pakistan Green 0-3 China
             [Liu Haiguang x2, Li Hui 75']
29- 4-1986 South Korea    5-0 Nepal
30- 4-1986 South Korea    4-0 Sri Lanka,
30- 4-1986 Pakistan Green 7-0 Pakistan White
 1- 5-1986 China          3-0 Sri Lanka
             [Shen Xiangfu 27', Liu Haiguang 42', Chen Dong]
 1- 5-1986 Pakistan White 0-2 Nepal
 2- 5-1986 Pakistan Green 5-0 Nepal
 2- 5-1986 China          1-1 South Korea
             [Duan Ju 11' / 58']

 1.CHINA            5  4  1  0 19- 1  9
 2.Pakistan Green   5  4  0  1 14- 3  8
 3.South Korea XI   5  3  1  1 14- 2  7
 4.Sri Lanka        5  1  1  3  5-12  3
 5.Nepal            5  1  1  3  4-17  3
 6.Pakistan White   5  0  0  5  2-23  0

1987

Held in Lahore, September 15-24, 1987.

Notes: it has not been fully confirmed which of the four Pakistan teams (if any) was the
       full national team, but in the previous two tournaments it was Pakistan Green.

Group A
Known result:
15- 9 Pakistan White 1-0 Pakistan Blue

 1.PAKISTAN WHITE     3  2  1  0         5
 2.BANGLADESH         3                  4
  .Nepal XI
  .Pakistan Blue

Note: the Nepal team was not the full national team, which was playing Olympic qualifying
      matches during this period. The status of the Bangladesh team is not clear.

Group B
Known results:
  - 9 Guangzhou      4-0 Pakistan Yellow
  - 9 Guangzhou      2-1 Pakistan Green
  - 9 Guangzhou      4-0 Maldives

 1.GUANGZHOU (China)  3  3  0  0  10- 1  6
 2.PAKISTAN GREEN
  .Pakistan Yellow
  .Maldives

Semifinals
22- 9 Pakistan White 1-0 Pakistan Green
        [Sarwar 52']
23- 9 Guangzhou      2-0 Bangladesh

Third Place Match
24- 9 Pakistan Green n/p Bangladesh
        [Cancelled by request of the Bangladesh delegation - Pakistan Green won the third place by default]

Final
24- 9 Guangzhou      3-1 Pakistan White
        [Li Chaobo 12', Ma Jianqiang 26' 35' / Anees 16']



About this document

Sources: [MB 85], [MB 86], Team Melli pages, ytyz.8u8.com (Chinese website), Xinhua General News, zuqiuziliao.cn

Thanks to "Rooyintan"

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