Lahore, 22 March: The 23rd international soccer encounter between Pakistan and India will be recorded in the fourth AFC Challenge Cup Qualifier (Group-B) on Wednesday, 23 March 2011 at MBJP Stadium, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. The last meeting between the two was seen in SAFF championship 2008.
HEAD TO HEAD
PAKISTAN VS INDIA IN INTERNATIONAL SOCCER ARENA
(Deadline : 22 March 2011)
Date Event Venue Scores Pak Ind
1952 Colombo Cup Colombo 0 0
1953 Colombo Cup Rangoon 0 1
1954 Colombo Cup Kolkata 1 3
1955 Colombo Cup Dhaka 1 2
1959 Asian Cup (Q) Ernakulam 1 3
1959 Asian Cup (Q) Ernakulam 1 0
1967 Asian Cup (Q) Rangoon 1 1
1984 Asian Cup (Q) Kolkata 0 2
1987 SAF Games Kolkata 0 0
1991 SAF Games Colombo 0 0
1992 Asian Cup (Q) Kolkata 0 2
1993 SAFF Champ Lahore 1 1
1993 SAF Games Dhaka 2 2
1997 SAFF Champ Kathmandu 0 2
1999 SAFF Champ Margao 0 2
1999 SAF Games Kathmandu 2 5
2003 SAFF Champ Dhaka 1 0
2003 SAFF Champ Dhaka 1 2
2005 Series Quetta 1 1
2005 Series Peshawar 0 1
2005 Series Lahore 3 0
2008 SAFF Champ Male 1 2
2011 AFC Challenge Petaling Jaya ? ?
Q stands for Qualifying Phase
TOTAL MATCHES : 22
PAKISTAN WON : 3
INDIA WON : 12
DRAWN GAMES : 7
GOALS FOR PAKISTAN : 17
GOALS FOR INDIA : 32
AFC Challenge Cup 2011-12 (Results, Coming Matches)
Group A (Youth Training Centre, Myanmar)
21 March: Myanmar 1 Philippines 1, Palestine 2 Bangladesh 0
23 March: Philippines v Palestine, Bangladesh-Myanmar
25 March : Bangladesh v Philippines, Myanmar-Palestine
Group B (MBPJ Stadium, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia)
21 March: Turkmenistan 3 Pakistan 0, India 3 Chinese Taipei 0
23 March: Chinese Taipei v Turkmenistan, Pakistan v India
25 March: Pakistan v Chinese Taipei, Turkmenistan v India
Group C (National Stadium, Male, Maldives)
21 March: Tajikistan 1 Kyrgyzstan 0, Maldives 4 Cambodia 0
23 March: Kyrgyzstan-Maldives, Cambodia-Tajikistan
25 March: Tajikistan-Maldives, Cambodia-Kyrgyzstan
Group D (Dashrath & Halchowk Stadium, Nepal)
07 April : N Korea-Sri Lanka, Nepal v Winner Play-Off 1
09 April : Nepal-N Korea, Sri Lanka-Winner Play-Off
11 April : Nepal-Sri Lanka, N.Korea-Winner Play-Off 1
(The group winners and runners-up will enter 8-team 2012 final Phase. Only the eight qualified teams for the tournament proper can bid to host the Finals)
The coaches of National football teams of Pakistan and India – Tariq Lutfi, Robert Douglas Houghton – have announced their squads for fourth AFC Challenge Cup Qualifiers (Group-B) match on Wednesday, 23 March 2011 at MBJP Stadium, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Pakistan faced Turkmenistan on Monday and their third match will be against Chinese Taipei (25 March).
Following are two teams:
Goalkeepers: Amir Gul (NBP), Muhammad Omar (KESC)
Defenders: Manzoor Ahmed (WAPDA), Alamgir Khan (Police), Atif Bashir Qureshi (Barry Town, Wales), Samar Ishaq (KRL) CAP, Zeeshan Rehman (Muangthong United FC, Thailand),
Midfielders: Faisal Iqbal (NBP), Syed Arif Hussain (WAPDA), Muhammad Adil (KRL), Mahmood Khan (KRL), Kashif Mumtaz Siddiqui (Fresno Fuego, USA), Abdul Aziz (NBP) VC, Nasr Ullah Khan (PIA), Adnan Farooq Ahmed (Aboomoslem FC, Iran),
Strikers : Jadeed Khan Pathan (WAPDA), Rizwan Asif (KRL), Kalim Ullah (KRL), Imran Niazi (WAPDA), Arif Mehmood (WAPDA), Muhammad Qasim (KRL).
Coach : Tariq Lutfi
Goalkeepers: Subrata Paul, Gurpreet Singh, Jagroop Singh.
Defenders: Denzil Franco, Gourmangi Singh , Anwar , Mohan Raj, Nirmal Chhetri , Syed Rahim Nabi, Govin Singh, N.S.Manju, Raju Gaikwad.
Midfielders: Steven Dias, Joaquim Abranches, Baldip Singh, Jagpreet Singh, Rakesh Masih, Jewel Raja, Shilton D’Silva.
Forwards: Sunil Chhetri (Captain), Sushil Singh, CS Sabeeth, Jeje Lalpekhulua.
Coach : Robert Douglas Houghton