Five takeaways from Speedy Tigers’ adventure in India

MALAYSIA ended their World Cup campaign in 13th spot out of 16 teams, but it’s not a stretch to say that A. Arulselvaraj’s charges still gave a pretty decent show.

The Speedy Tigers won three of their six matches, drew once and lost twice. They also survived the group stage before a heart-breaking shootout loss to Spain in the crossover match which ended 2-2.

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