An all too familiar Japan in Malaysia’s way again

Razie Rahim scored two goals against Japan to help Malaysia win 4-2 at the Azlan Shah Cup on Nov 7.

PETALING JAYA: The Speedy Tigers are on familiar territory as they brace for Japan in the Nations Cup in a match that could potentially be dubbed the ‘’Shootout in South Africa’’.

Malaysia, after fighting back from a goal down in the last 10 minutes to outplay Canada 3-2 in Potchefstroom on Tuesday, must beat Japan to advance to the semi-finals from Group B today.

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