Depleted Malaysian side finish fourth behind South Korea

Tight marking: South Korea’s Jung Man-jae (left) is challenged by Zulpidaus Mizun (right) and Helmi Faiz Jali. — FIH/World Sports

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will return home empty-handed from the Nations Cup after losing to South Korea again.

The Speedy Tigers fought gallantly but battling without eight regulars turned out to be a tall order as they fell 0-4 in the bronze medal playoff in Potchefstroom, South Africa yesterday.

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