1971 Men's Hockey World Cup
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The 1971 Men's Hockey World Cup was the inaugural tournament of the Hockey World Cup men's field hockey tournament. It was held from 15–24 October 1971. Pakistan defeated the host team with a 1–0 victory to lift the trophy.
|1971 Hockey World Cup|
|Hockey Copa del Mundo 1971
||Real Polo Grounds
|Top three teams
|| Pakistan (1st title)
||66 (2.2 per match)
|| Tanvir Dar (8 goals)
# West Germany and Kenya have to go for second place play-off
# Better in head to head record
Ninth and tenth place classification
Fifth to eighth place classification
First to fourth place classification
Mohammed Aslam, Akhtar-ul Islam, Munawwaruz Zaman, Jahangir Butt, Riaz Ahmed, Ur Fazal, Khalid Mahmood, Ashfaque Rashid, Abdul Rashid, Islahuddin Siddique, Mohammed Shanaz
Luis Twose, Antonio Nogués (sub Jamie Amat), Francisco Segura, Juan Amat, Francisco Fábregas Bosch, Jorge Fábregas, Vicente Llorach, Juan Quintana, Francisco Amat, José Sallés, Agustín Masaña
- 8 goals
- 4 goals
- 3 goals
- 2 goals
- 1 goal
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