Zhi Shin won’t blame PDRM’s loss on refereeing decisions


PETALING JAYA: Experiencing a narrow defeat is already disheartening and it can be even more frustrating when coupled with questionable refereeing decisions but Chin Zhi Shin of Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) is accepting the outcome with a positive attitude.

Competing in Group B, PDRM put up a strong fight but could not prevent Penang 2 from securing a narrow 69-67 victory in the ongoing Agong Cup at the Maba Stadium in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday.

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