South Korea has scored an upset win over world No.1 Australia, while the Netherlands remains undefeated after the second day of the Champions Trophy men's field hockey tournament in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Koreans posted their first win of the tournament, 1-0, when Jang Jong-hyun scored in the 54th minute. South Korea has one win and one draw (1-1-0) while Australia has a win and a loss in this tournament (1-0-1).
Meanwhile, the Netherlands posted its second straight victory by beating host country Malaysia, 3-1. Taeke Taekema, Rob Reckers and Ronald Brouwer scored for the Dutch.
World champion Germany handed Britain its second straight loss, 4-0. Matthias Witthaus had two goals for the Germans, who lead the tournament standings with six points and nine goals.
Pakistan scored a 2-0 win over Spain when Waqas Sharif scored in the 56th minute and Akhtar Ali scored five minutes later.
Saturday is a rest day. Each of the eight teams will play every other squad in a round-robin format. A win is worth three points and a draw is worth one. The top two teams after preliminary round play advance to the finals. The third- and fourth-place teams play for the bronze medal.
Some information for this report provided by AP.