Arul: Big margin of loss not true reflection of Speedy Tigers’ game


PETALING JAYA: As far as national hockey coach A. Arulselvaraj is concerned, the 7-0 scoreline was not a true reflection of the way Malaysia performed against Olympic Games champions Belgium on Wednesday.

They were not expected to win against Belgium, who are ranked second in the world, but he said that the Speedy Tigers did give the top European side a fight.

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