Fresh Online Videos-Videosinn
Login / Register


  • RSA Beat Pakistan in Hockey World Cup 2010 (Pak Out)

    Pakistan hockey team is the highest time world cup champion.But this time Pakistan is out of the world cup.RSA Beat Pakistan by 4-2.

    3 minutes: Pakistan made their first attack within three minutes.
    5 minutes: Pakistan made their first score against South Africa. Butt scored this goal
    8 minutes: South Africa was in attack but nothing has happened.
    11 minutes: Pakistan is in attack.
    14 minutes: South Africa is trying hard to level the score. Pakistan is playing in defensive style.
    17 minutes: Pakistan made a good attack but they could not increase their goal. Ball went just wide. South African player took a long short. But nothing has happened. Pakistan made two attacks in three minutes but Spain defender saved it successfully.
    20 minutes: Penalty-corner for Pakistan hockey team.
    22 minutes: Pakistan failed to make any score from their first penalty-corner.
    23 minutes: Pakistan got second panalty-corner but nothing has happened. Ball hit the player's leg and went up from the goalpost. Two penalty-corners in one minute. Pakistan scored the second goal. Abbas scored this goal.
    24 minutes: Bad news for Pakistan fans is that umpire cancel the second goal. So, Pakistan is leading the match by 1-0.
    26 minutes: Pakistan was in attack most of the time. However, South African defense look much strong. South Africa took another attempt to make score but they failed.
    28 minutes: Bad luck for South Africa. They made good attack but Pakistan goalkeeper saved it successfully. South Africa got two chances to make score but nothing has happened.
    30 minutes: First penalty-corner for South Africa. South Africa is still goalless. South Africa has got two penalty-corners in two minutes. They could not use the advantage.
    33 minutes: Green card to Pakistan player. Pakistan made another dangerous attack but no score came.
    35 minutes: Pakistan got free-hit in the last minute. However, South Africa got a good opportunity but Pakistan defender saved it. End of first-half.


    38 minutes: South Africa made their first attack after the start of second-half. However, Pakistan were in attack and close from goal but failed to make score. Penalty-corner for South Africa. Wow! South Africa has scored a goal at last. Now, the match is 1-1 level. Carr scored this goal for South Africa.
    42 minutes: South Africa has scored their second goal. Bad luck for Pakistan. Halye scored the second goal.

    45 minutes: Pakistan is trying hard to level the score as soon as possible. Change of South African player. Third goal for South Africa. South Africa lead the match by 3-1. Paton scored the third goal.

    47 minutes: South Africa got Penalty-corner. It was not useful.

    50 minutes: Pakistan is trying hard to score two more goals. Yellow card for Pakistani players.

    53 minutes: South Africa is playing well. They made two attacks in three minutes.

    54 minutes: South Africa got penalty-corner but they could not increase the goal.

    55 minutes: South Africa made their fourth scores against Pakistan. Harper scored this goal.

    58 minutes: Highest four time world cup champion team Pakistan lost their hope of playing in the semi-final round.

    60 minutes: 10 minutes is left to go on in the second-half.

    62 minutes: Pakistan disappointed their fans.

    65 minutes: Both Pakistan and South African went on attack once each. 

    67 minutes: Penalty-corner for Pakistan. Pakistan could not make any score.

    70 minutes: Pakistan could reduce the goal differences but they can not avoid the defeat. South Africa won the match by 4-2

    Read more »
  • India humiliate Pakistan 4-1(Hockey World Cup)

    Ace drag-flicker Sandeep Singh rose to the occasion and converted two penalty corners as hosts India outplayed Pakistan in a thrilling Pool B match of the Hero Honda FIH World Cup at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium.

    With this victory India had avenged their 3-6 Champions Challenge defeat at the hands of the sub-continental rivals in Salta, Argentina last December.

    The victory not only gave India a 3-2 head-to-head record against Pakistan in the quadrennial event but also one lakh purse each to the players and support staff of the team.

    Match Stats
    Field Goals
    0 (0)
    Penalty Stroke Goals (Missed)
    0 (0)
    1 (5)
    Penalty Corner Goals (Missed)
    3 (2)
    4 (3)
    Shots On Goal (Wide)
    8 (1)
    Green Cards
    Yellow Cards
    Red Cards

    Sandeep (35th minute, 57th), Shivendra Singh (27th) and Prabhjot Singh (37th) were the scorers for India, while Sohail Abbas (59th) scored Pakistan's lone goal.

    Both India and Pakistan earned five penalty corners each, out of which the home team converted two while their opponent found the net once.

    The match was also of huge significance for India and Pakistan on diplomatic front as both the countries are meeting in the sporting arena in India for the first time after 26/11 Mumbai carnage.

    Sensing the pressure and stake associated with the high-profile encounter, India applied pressure on their next door neighbours from the onset and used both the flanks effectively.

    If not for Salman Akbar, Pakistan would have been down by a bigger margin in the half time. The Pakistani goalkeeper came to his side's rescue on more than one occasion.

    First Akbar denied Tushar Khandekar a chance to register his name in the scoreboard by stopping the Indian forwards' powerful strike as early as in the seventh minute of the match and then gloved away Diwakar Ram's flick from the hosts' first penalty corner in the 16th minute.

    India's domination can be gauged from the fact that they thoroughly outrolled the mid-field with Pakistan hardly making inroads into their rival's goal in the first half.

    India's constant pressure eventually resulted in the first goal of the match through hardworking Shivendra, who scored from a rebound after Sandeep's grounded flick was saved by Akbar off the hosts' second penalty corner in the 25th minute.

    If that was not enough for Pakistan, India doubled their lead just five second from the interval from a set-piece.

    India earned their third penalty corner after the home team appealed for a foot foul and the video umpire upheld their appeal. Sandeep made no mistake this time and sounded the board to the much delight of the capacity crowd to go into the breather with a 2-0 lead.

    Playing before their home crowd, the motivated Indians started from where they left in the first half and made it 3-0 two minutes into the second half when veteran forward Prabhjot Singh scored from a goal-mouth melee.

    Pakistan also has to consider themselves unlucky as the wood work denied them on two scoring chances, on both occasions Abbas was the misfortune player.

    Sandeep registered his second goal of the day, again converting a short corner with aplomb in the 57th minute.

    Pakistan pulled up a consolation two minutes later when Abbas became third time lucky, converting his side's fourth penalty corner.

    There were some more drama in the dying moments of the match as both India and Pakistan earned a penalty corner each but failed to find the net.

    With a win in their belly, India will now face Australia, who lost 2-3 at the hands of England earlier in the day, on Tuesday while Pakistan will take on Spain.
    Read more »
  • Patton Oswalt: 'Big Fan' Of Comics, Not Sports

    In Big Fan, comedian Patton Oswalt plays a huge New York Giants fan. The problem is, he doesn't exactly root for a team on Sunday in real life. So in his exclusive chat with PopEater, he summed up how he got into character: "Basically I had to draw on my geeky love for comics. It's the same spark, just different fuel."

    Big Fan has been riding a wave of buzz since its Sundance Film Festival debut - even drawing implications of a Golden Globe or Oscar nod. "I honestly don't know what to do when you're nominated. I'm assuming they send a car for you, and you go to some parties.

    "I'd be really happy if the movie got nominated... It would be good to see that happen knowing how hard Robert [Siegel] worked on this film."

    But playing a New York Giants fanatic isn't the only thing Patton is up to. "I just signed on as a regular to 'Caprica,' which is a prequel to 'Battlestar Galactica.' I'm also a regular on 'United States of Tara' and have a pretty good role in 'The Informant,' a movie Steven Soderbergh directed. In the meantime, I'll be finishing up my book, and hopefully it will come out next spring... I don't know what it is going to be about yet. It's all random essays, but I might tie it into a narrative. I haven't decided yet. We'll have to wait and see."

    For the entire interview, including Patton's preference between Big Fan and Ratatouille, head on over to PopEater!

    Official trailer

    Read more »