Asian Games 1954


Manila, 1-8 May 1954.

Matches were played over 80 minutes (2x40) and held at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex,
in two stadiums: the Rizal Memorial Track and Football Stadium and the Rizal Memorial
Baseball Stadium; however, following protest by the participating teams, the Baseball
Stadium was not used for football matches.

Note: The Asian Football Confederation was formed during a meeting of football delegates 
      at the Asian Games in Manila, on the 7th May 1954.

Group A
 1- 5 Taiwan        3-2 Vietnam            [HT 2-0]
        [Lee Tai-Fai 17', Chu Wing-Keung 37' pen, Yiu Cheuk-Yin /
         Nguyen Van Tu, Tran Van Ung]
        [Taiwan: Pau Kin Yin; Lau Yee, Yong Sang;, Tong Sheung, Kee Chung, Fai Hung;
                 Chun Wah, Cheuk Yin, Wing Kung, Tai Fai, Ying Fan;
         Vietnam: Kinh; Pierre, Quoi; Myo, Chac, Tho; Tu, Duc, My, Ung, Phai]
 3- 5 Vietnam       3-2 Philippines        [HT 2-0]
        [Khe On, My, Quoc 79' / Pacheco, Razon]
        [Vietnam: Kinh; Pierre, Quoi; Myo, Chac, Tho; Tu, Duc, My, Ung, Phai; 
         Philippines: Lamas; Rebullida, Nieto; Gonzales, Alvarez, Garcia; 
                      Razon, Estela, Pertierra, Pachecco, Heredia]
 6- 5 Taiwan        4-0 Philippines
        [Philippines: Lamas; Rebullida, Nieto; Gonzales, Deuden, Alvarez;
                      Razon, Esteva, Pachecco, Ortigas, Heredia;
         Taiwan: Pau Kin Yin; Yong Sang, Lau Yee; Tong Sheung, Chou Wan Chi, Fai Hung;
                 Sze To Man, Lee Tai Fai, Kin Lok Sung, Wing Kung, Ching To]

 1.TAIWAN          2  2  0  0  7- 2  4
 2.Vietnam (South) 2  1  0  1  5- 5  2
 3.Philippines     2  0  0  2  2- 7  0

Group B
 2- 5 Pakistan      6-2 Singapore          [HT 1-1]
        [Jamil 39', 41', Fakhri 42', 43', 47', Kutty 52' / 
         Pang Siang Hock 36', 45']
        [Pakistan: Siddisue; A. Hoque, Riasat Ali; Achmed Ali, Sam Bul Khan, Naiz Ali;
                   Faquri, Jamil, Kutty, Amin, Ibrahim;
         Singapore: Skinner; Kok Seng, Teow Keng; Foo Hee, I.J. Vass, Hing Weng;
                    Boon Seong, Sing Hock, Awang Bakar, Boon Leong, Rahim Omar]
 4- 5 Burma         1-1 Singapore          [HT 0-1]
        [Samuel Gordon 60' / Foo Hee Jong 31']
        [Singapore: Skinner; Teow Keng, Vass; Hing Weng, Kok Seng, Hee Jong;
                    I. Mansoor, Ben Leong, Awang Bakar, Siang Hock, Boon Seong;
         Burma: Ankim; Sain Mynt, Tun Aung; Tin Kyi, Ba Kyu, Robert Yin Gyiaw;
                Bahadur, Steward, Samuel, Sain Pe, Htwoo Dwe]
 5- 5 Burma         2-1 Pakistan           [HT 2-1]
        [Samuel Gordon 31', Sien Pe 35' / Fakhri 38']
        [Burma: Aukin; Sein Myat, Tun Aung; Perry Dwe, Ba Kyu, Robert Yin;
                Bahadur, Steward, Samurel, Sein Pe, Pe Khin;
         Pakistan: Shahmee; Haq, Riasat; Ahmed Ali, Sumbal, Niazali;
                   Fakhri, Jamil, Kutty, Sjarif, Ibrahim]

 1.BURMA           2  1  1  0  3- 2  3
 2.Pakistan        2  1  0  1  7- 4  2
 3.Singapore       2  0  1  1  3- 7  1

Group C
 1- 5 Indonesia     5-3 Japan              [HT 4-1]
        [Ramang 10', Djamiat Dalhar 25' (pen), 41' (pen), Tee San Liong 3-1, 4-1 / 
         Takashi Kanoh 15' pen, Masanori Tokita 70', Takashi Takabayashi 80']
        [Indonesia: Parengkuan; Anas, Chaeruddin Siregar; Sian Liong, Sidi, Tan Liong Houw;
                    Aang Witarsa, Djamiat Dalhar, Andi Ramang, Tee San Liong, Sugiono;
         Japan: Watanabe; Okada, Hiraki; Ono, Matsunaga, Miyata;
                Kano, Iwatani, Kawamoto, Kagawa, Tokata]
 3- 5 India         3-2 Japan              [HT 2-0]
        [S.K.Moinuddin 6', 28', Joe D'Sa 42' / Takashi Takabayashi 47',
         Tajio Kawamoto 78']
        [Note: The second Japanese scorer also reported as Takashi Kanoh]
        [Japan: Watanabe; Okada, Hiraki; Ono, Matsunaga, Miyata;
                Kano, Minomiya, Kawamoto, Naganuma, Kimura;
         India: Sanjiwa; Ajisz, Namua; Gokul, Cahndan Singh, Noor Mohamad:
                Dísha, Kitto, Moin, Achmed, Joyisama]
 5- 5 Indonesia     4-0 India              [HT 1-0]
        [Djamiat Dalhar 1-0 (pen), ??', Ramang 51', 69']
        [India: Sanjiwa; Merma, Azis; Noor, Chan da Singh, Gokur;
                Achmed, Moin, Braganza, Usna, Jayram;
        [Indonesia: Parengkuan; Anas, Chaeruddin Siregar; Sian Liong, Sidi, Tan Liong Houw;
                    Aang Witarsa, Tee San Liong, Andi Ramang, Djamiat Dalhar, Jusuf Siregar]

 1.INDONESIA       2  2  0  0  9- 3  4
 2.India           2  1  0  1  3- 6  2
 3.Japan           2  0  0  2  5- 8  0

Group D
 2- 5 Hongkong      3-3 South Korea        [HT 1-1]
        [Chu Wing-Wah 2', Lo Keng-Chuen 63', Lee Yuk-Tak 76' /
         Park Il-Gap 20', Chung Gook-Jin 64', Sung Nak-Woon 78']
        [last 2 Korean scorers also reported as Han Chang-Hwa 64',
         Chung Nam-Shik 78']
        [Hongkong: Wai Fat Kim; Sze to Yau, Lau Chee Ping; Santos, Ko Po Koung, Lok That Hay;
                   Tse Kam Ho, Ho Cheung You, Lau Kai Chiu, Lee Yuk Tak, Chu Wing Loh;
         South Korea: Duk Young Hong; Kyu Chung Pak, Yong Kap Lee; Chang Ki Kang, Byung Dai Min,
                      San Hi Lee; Jung Min Choi, Nam Sik Chung, Kwang Suk Choi, Rak Un Sung,
                      Il Kap Park]
 4- 5 South Korea   8-2 Afghanistan        [HT 3-0]
        [Choi Jung-Min 7', Choi Gwang-Seok 22',
         Sung Nak-Woon 23', 48', 55', ??', Chung Nam-Shik, 
         Chung Gook-Jin / ? 49', ?]
        [South Korea: Yung; Yung Kwang, Wong Kap; Chung Ki, Byung Dae, Chi Song;
                      Kwang Suk, Rak Un, Yung Min, Nam Sik, Kuk Chin;
         Afghanistan: A.A. Ghafoor; Y.A. Gafoor, Mohd.; Abd. Sami, Khalil Ullah, Tahir;
                      Rehiman, Servar, Anwar, Abidin, Hamid]
 6- 5 Hongkong      4-2 Afghanistan
        [Afghanistan: A.A. Ghafoor; Y.A. Ghafoor, Mohammad; A. Lami, Kalil Ullah, Rehiman;
                      Sarwar, Tahil, Anwar, Abedin, Hamid;
         Hongkong: Fat Kin; Hing Yuk, To Yiu; That Hay, Po Keung, Santos;
                   Yu Sam, Yuk Tak, Kai Chiu, Cheong You, Wing Wa ]

 1.SOUTH KOREA     2  1  1  0 11- 5  3
 2.Hongkong        2  1  1  0  7- 5  3
 3.Afghanistan     2  0  0  2  4-12  0

Semifinals
 7- 5 Taiwan        4-2 Indonesia          [HT 3-1]
        [Lee Tai-Fai 1-1, 75', Yiu Cheuk-Yin 2-1, Chu Wing-Keung 32' /
         Aang Witarsa 5', Jusuf Siregar 71']
        [second Indonesia scorer also reported as Tan Liong Houw; 
         Djamiat missed penalty early in second half]
        [Taiwan: Pau Kin Yin; Yong Sang, Lau Lee; Fai Hung, Kee Chung, Tong Sheung;
                 Ho Ying Fan, Lee Tai Fai, Wing Kung, Cheuk Yin, Chun Wah;
         Indonesia: Parengkuan; Chaeruddin Siregar, Anas; Tan Liong Houw, Sidi, Sian Liong;
                    Jusuf Siregar, Djamiat Dalhar, Andi Ramang, Tee San Liong, Aang Witarsa]
 7- 5 South Korea   2-2 Burma              [AET, HT 1-0] 
        [South Korea won on the drawing of lots*]
        [Kang Chang-Ki 18', Choi Jung-Min 71' / ?, ?]
        [* several sources reported that South Korea advanced
           due to their superior overall goal-average]
        [Burma: Aukin; Sein Mynt, Tun Aung; Tin Kyi, Ba Kyu, ?;
                Bahadur, Samuel, Steward, Sein, Htwoo Dwe;
         South Korea: Yung; Wong Kap, Yung; Chi Song, Dae, Chung Ki:
                      Kuk Chin, Nam, Yung Min, Rak Un, Suk]

Third Place Match
 8- 5 Burma         5-4 Indonesia          [HT 3-3]
        [Indonesia scorers: Tee San Liong (2), Djamiat Dalhar, Andi Ramang]
        [Indonesia: Parengkuan (Mursanjoto); Chaeruddin Siregar, Anas; Tan Liong Houw,
                    Kiat Sek, Siang Liong (Ramlan); Djamiat Dalhar, Tee San Liong,
                    Andi Ramang, Sunarjo, Aang Witarsa;
         Burma: Aukim; Sein Mynt, Tun Aung; Perry Due, Ba Kyu, DíMello;
                Kaw Zaw, Steward, Kyaw Sein, Samuel, Htoo Wa]

Final
 8- 5 Taiwan        5-2 South Korea        [HT 2-1]
        [Yiu Cheuk-Yin, Chu Wing-Keung x2 (1 pen), Szeto Man,
         Ho Ying-Fun / Choi Jung-Min, Park Il-Gap]
        [Taiwan: Pau Kin; Yung Song, Lau; Fai Hung, Chung, Tong Sheung;
                 Ho Ying Fan, Lee Tai, Wing Kung, Cheuk Yin, Chun Wah;
         South Korea: Duk Yung; Lee Yong Kap, Kyu Chung Park; Kim Chai Dung, Byung Dae,
                      Yung Kwang; Chung Nak Sik, Yuk Chin, Tung Min, Rak Un, Kwong Sik]


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About this document

Sources: Straits Times, Singapore Free Press, China Mail, Indian Express, Sunday Standard, 'Yansfield', Japan FA, Nieuwsgier, Java-bode, Preangerbode, De vrije pers;
for line-ups: Olahraga Magazine (1954)

Thanks: 'Tanaka', Eric Villante, Yoon Hyung-Jin 'Yan', Karel Stokkermans

Prepared and maintained by Erik Garin, Novan Herfiyana and Neil Morrison for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Authors: Erik Garin, Novan Herfiyana and Neil Morrison
Last updated: 2 Oct 2014

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