Owen G Glenn Champions Trophy Auckland 2011
Auckland, New Zealand - December 3 - 11, 2011


Champions Trophy: Pools A & B Stats Recap

December 7, 2011
Statistics provided by Infostrada Sports

Ahead of the C and D Pool phase, Infostrada Sports provide a statistical recap of Pools A and B of the Owen G Glenn FIH Champions Trophy, which is currently taking place in Auckland, New Zealand. 

> 64 goals have been scored in 12 matches so far: 48 FG – 15 PC – 1 PS.

> Australia’s Jamie Dwyer (AUS) scored most goals so far - 6 goals all from open play.

> Australia are the only team to have won all 3 of their pool matches.

> Spain have scored most goals – 14 goals (10FG - 4PC).

> Korea, Great Britain and Pakistan have scored fewest goals (4).

> Great Britain have conceded most goals (13).

> Australia have conceded fewest goals (4).

> Great Britain have conceded most field goals (10).

> Spain have been awarded most penalty corners (15).

> Pakistan have faced most penalty corners (17).

> Netherlands have not faced any penalty corners yet.

> Spain have scored most penalty corner goals (4).

> Pakistan have conceded most PC goals (5).

> Germany (9) and Korea (10) have not scored from penalty corners yet.

> Netherlands (0) and Germany (15) have not conceded any penalty corner goals yet.

> Pau Quemada (ESP), Luke Doerner (AUS) and Taeke Taekema (NED) have scored most PC goals so far (2). 

> Dean Couzins (NZL) has scored the only PS goal so far.





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