Razie single-handedly keeps our chances alive

Toast of the team: Razie Rahim scored all the goals in the 3-3 draw with India.

PETALING JAYA: A Razie Rahim hattrick helped Malaysia stay alive in the Asia Cup as they survived a late fightback from India to snatch a 3-3 draw in Jakarta.

Razie was the hero again as the veteran hammered in two penalty corners in clinical fashion in the 12th and 20th minutes and the equaliser in the 55th minutes to leave the super four stage heading for a tight finish.

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Razie Rahim , Asia Cup , Jakarta


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