No letting up for Speedy Tigers against unknown Oman

TNB's Muhamad Aminudin Zain and KLHC's Lee Nam Yong vies for a ball during the semi final 2nd round of Malaysian Hockey Premier League 2018 at.. 7 Feb 2018 M. Azhar Arif/The Star

OMAN, who are ranked 29th in world hockey, look like they will be no match for our speedy Tigers, but defender Aminudin Zain remains wary as the Middle-Eastern side are an unknown factor.

“There has not been much input on our next opponent, so we have to focus on ourselves. We have to maintain our game and execute our penalty corners well,” said the 28-year-old, who is featuring in the Asian Games for the first time.

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