Razie: It’s not about self-glory

Prolific: Razie Rahim has scored five goals in the Asia Cup so far.

PETALING JAYA: Razie Rahim has been in imperious form since arriving in Jakarta but the current joint top scorer at the Asia Cup believes guiding the team to victory is more important than personal glory.

Razie has five goals to his name, four from penalty corners and one from a penalty stroke to share the top spot with Japan’s Koji Yamasaki.

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