Amin’s boys corner Koreans in their best area to reach semis

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia succeeded in beating much feared South Korea in their own game to book a semi-final spot in the Junior Asia Cup in Salalah, Oman, yesterday.

Coach Amin Rahim’s Speedy Juniors prevailed 3-1 in the much anticipated Group B encounter – scoring all their three goals via penalty corners, an area where the Koreans appear to be the best at in the competition.

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