Malaysia hope to avoid third straight loss to Pakistan in new start with Sarjit


PETALING JAYA: Pakistan have hurt Malaysia in the last two major tournaments but national head coach Sarjit Singh (pic) wants to stop his team from being stung for the third time during the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in May.

At the Asian Games, Malaysia played Pakistan in the fifth placing playoff and were hit 5-2 in Hangzhou in October last year.

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